1. You may be asked to read from a script. We provide 'sides' (pages from the script) that will sometimes be available by email to familiarize yourself with a character or be provided at audition for a 'cold read'

  2. You may be required to provide a monologue of your choice. We always recommend a monologue that is 60 seconds or less and something that showcases your personality.

  3. You may be asked to sing if auditioning for a musical. In this case, you should have 16 bars of a song prepared. You will need to bring your song already cued on your phone or device. Please do not try to impress us with a song that is out of your vocal range, a pop hit or something you are not 100% comfortable with. When in doubt always choose something simple and uncomplicated.

  4. There may be minor choreography involved. Please dress comfortably so that you are able to move freely. We suggest t-shirts, dance clothes, leggings, etc. Absolutely no crocs, sandals or flip flops allowed for choreography, wear shoes comfortable to dance in.

  5. It is a good idea to bring a headshot and resume if you have one. If not, a recent photo will help us remember your face.

  6. You will fill out an audition sheet upon arrival. We will need basic information about you such as experience or training, contact information, any scheduling conflicts, etc.

  7. You (or your parents/guardian if under 18), will be asked to sign a Consent and Waiver form giving OTC permission to use you in advertising, marketing, media, and acknowledge that you agree to OTCs terms and standards during rehearsals and production.

  8. You will be asked to provide medical information (insurance carrier, allergies), should you need medical treatment while practicing or performing.

  9. Character lists and synopsis/summaries of the shows can be found under auditions on this website.

  10. Most of our auditions are open to anyone regardless of experience. OTC does offer separate acting/musical theatre classes for anyone interested in exploring the art of theatre that will help the novice and beginner thespians better prepare for auditions.


  • Sat. Dec 10, 2:00 - 4:30

  • Fri. Dec 16, 6:00 - 8:00

  • Sat. Dec 17, 2:00 - 4:30

Be sure to wear comfortable clothes for the dancing portion of the audition. Choreography will be taught at the beginning of the audition process.

You should prepare a short monologue and a short (30 second) song clip. Your song can be with an accompaniment (like a YouTube karaoke video) or a capella.

You will be asked if you can do tricks like flips or other gymnastic stunts. If you can, we will ask to see one. Tricks or stunts are NOT required.