Theater Emory attends the Unified Auditions sponsored by the Atlanta Coalition for the Performing Arts (ACPA) every spring. See the ACPA website www.atlantaperforms.biz. Actors who attended these auditions are welcome to audition for Theater Emory in response to specific casting notices for 2018-2019 productions. Auditions for Theater Emory are held only in Atlanta; we don't audition in other cities. In addition to Atlanta "hotlines" TE audition notices are generally posted online at ACPA and (for Equity notices) online in "Casting Call" at www.actorsequity.org.
Theater Emory is the producing affiliate of Theater Studies within the Department of Theater and Dance, and a professional theater operating under a Small Professional Theater contract with Actors' Equity Association, the union for professional stage actors and stage managers. Our productions typically feature both student and professional actors (both Equity and non-Equity). Please note that roles in the age range of 30 or under are usually awarded to students. Professionals in the over-30 age range are most likely to find employment here. It is unusual for Theater Emory to hire actors that are not based in the Atlanta or North Georgia region. No housing is available to out of area performers. Theater Emory seeks a company that reflects the cultural diversity of the community we serve.
Professional actors may submit headshots and résumés for general consideration at any time to Robert Schultz, Casting Coordinator. We wiil effort to steer actors into our specific auditions. We do not cast solely on the basis of headshots and résumés.
Via Email: Robert.Schultz@emory.edu
Rich 230, Emory University
Atlanta, GA 30322
2018-2019 Professional Audition Information
We have yet to formally announce our season for 2018-2019. For this reason, the “Current Season” link at the top of this page still provides info on the past season.
Professional Auditions Fall 2018 productions:
- The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity has been cast. Our thanks to all who auditioned.
- Auditions for *We are Proud to Present… will take place on Aug. 4-5. Look for more information to be posted here by mid-July.
* The full title of this play is We Are Proud to Present a Presentation About the Herero of Namibia, Formerly Known as South West Africa, From the German Südwestafrika, Between the Years 1884 – 1915. Written by Jackie Sibblies Drury, this play will be directed by Eric J. Little.
Both plays will be presented as part of a rotating repertory of productions (with separate casts) to run from Oct. 23 through Nov. 11. Rehearsals begin on Sept. 18.