Upcoming Auditions and Scriptwriting Submissions
Learn how to prepare.
Build your confidence.
Earn the role.
Redding has a large and active Theatre and Performing Arts Community. There are over a dozen school, community and non-profit theatre companies producing a diverse range of musicals and stage plays throughout the entire year.
Summer tends to be a slower production season, which means it is the perfect time to prepare for the next season's upcoming auditions.
Are you confident in your auditioning skills? Are you sure you're making a positive and lasting first impression with casting panels? Is it okay to start over if you freeze while delivering your monologue? Is it okay to practice your song with the accompanist before you sing for the panel? Does it matter what you wear? Should you move around the stage or stay stationary? There are so many questions that accompany the audition process. Are you confidently prepared for audition success?
An audition begins long before you walk into the room and greet the casting panel. It begins with thoroughly reading the script, researching the characters and story, and choosing a monologue or song that highlights your strengths. It's important to know the commonalities of each audition process: what an audition panel is looking for, knowing how to leave a positive and lasting first impression, being able to think on your feet and having the ability to harness nervous energy to work for you, rather than against you.
Fletcher works with actors and performance artists, of all ages and experience, through one-on-one coaching sessions and teaches her students the skills needed to prepare and deliver an audition with confidence, poise and professionalism.