Tibbits Summer Theatre Auditions for Joseph's Children's Choir
Auditions for Tibbits Summer Theatre's production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat will take place at the theatre on May 16 at 5pm. These auditions are open to students in grades 4-10. Boys' voices cannot have changed. Students will be called to the stage in groups of five and will be asked to sing Row Your Boat in a group, individually, and in a round. Students must be available for rehearsals and the production from June 23 to July 13.
Professional Auditions Available
The hiring process for Tibbits Professional Summer Theatre begins in February for the June through August summer season.
Tibbits Summer Theatre attends the United Professional Theatre Auditions in Memphis, TN and the Midwest Theatre Auditions in St Louis, MO. In 2018 Tibbits will also be represented at Straw Hats in New York. If you have not attended either of these unified calls, you may arrange an audition at the Opera House. Ideally prepare a comic monologue from the modern repertory. Two contrasting vocal selections (in the style of what is being presented that summer) are also required. Please have accompaniment on tape or disc as no pianist is on staff until the summer.
If you live outside Michigan, a YouTube link may be sent to the email address above or a tape or DVD may be sent to:
Charles Burr, Artistic Director
Tibbits Summer Theatre
14 S Hanchett St
Coldwater, MI 49036
Design and Technical Positions
Tibbits Summer Theatre hires technical and design positions for the summer. The hiring process begins in February for the following summer. Complete listings are available on: offstagejobs.com Search Tibbits.
All positions are paid and no-cost housing is provided. June 5 to August 13.
Resumes may be sent to Charles Burr at: charles@Tibbits.org
Tibbits Young Audiences/TYA (grades 4-8)
Tibbits produces two shows yearly shows with a full cast of about 50 students. A play in the fall and a musical in the spring provide students an enjoyable introduction to the world of theatre. By putting on a show they learn teamwork, discipline, theatre skills, self-confidence and an appreciation for the arts. Shows are open to youth in fourth through eighth grade.