Video Auditions for Fall, 2021
It has been a challenging, unprecedented year, to say the least. But we are almost through it. And as plans for our upcoming 2021-2022 Season evolve, we are seeking to diversify our existing actor database so that when we reopen, we can do so with increased diversity, equity and inclusion. To that end, we are requesting audition submissions (by video) from both SLO County and out-of-area actors, particularly from actors of color. These submissions will be used to schedule individual meetings and/or callbacks during the casting process.
All video auditions should include:
• 1 contemporary monologue (2 minutes maximum)
• 32 bars of a song (if you would like to be considered for musical productions)
Please upload a current headshot and resume as well (pdf preferred).
Please submit all materials by clicking the link below:Submit Audition Video
If you have any questions about audition policies or our casting process, please email Kevin Harris.
All actors will be considered regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, political persuasion or belief, marital status, familial status, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or status as a whistleblower. SLO REP is an equal opportunity employer.
About SLO REP
San Luis Obispo Repertory Theatre is the only year-round, non-profit, professional live theatre in San Luis Obispo County, California. In a normal season, SLO REP produces 10 full productions and 6 staged readings, and offers a year-round education program for young artists. All shows and programs take place at 888 Morro Street in the heart of downtown San Luis Obispo.
San Luis Obispo is a beautiful city on California’s scenic Central Coast, a wonderful place to live, work and play. Housing accommodations are available for out-of-area actors in addition to contracted compensation. For more information about visiting the City of San Luis Obispo, please click HERE.
Racial Equity Statement
Theatre plays a critical role in shaping our culture and our community, and has a responsibility to enact positive change through its work, practices, educational programs and policies. We at SLO REP acknowledge that our organization is predominantly white, existing within a predominantly white community, and that we operate within a society of long-standing racist and oppressive systems.
Recognizing that silence and neutrality are actions of complicity, we commit ourselves to being an actively anti-racist organization that is welcoming to all. We make these commitments to you and to ourselves. We invite our artists, audiences and colleagues to hold us accountable.
For more information about SLO REP’s anti-racism work and commitments, please click HERE.