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Auditions

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4th at 7:00 PM 

BCTC Theatre will be holding auditions for TWO productions to take place in the Fall. 
Production and rehearsals will be different this semester, in accordance with COVID safety measures, so please read each heading carefully.

First Production 

The COVID MONOLOGUES (*tentative title) - September 25th and 26th.


This will be a devised piece set around a group of student/faculty created monologues about personal experiences during the past 5 months of quarantine. Most of the ensemble is assembled, but we are casting for a few extra actors to include in the production. These auditions are open to all students, faculty, staff, and community members. This production will be done in conjunction with the BCTC Film program, and will be filmed and streamed. Thus it will NOT be performed in front of a live audience, and all manner of safety precautions and social distance protocols will take place when cast and crew are present. ALL REHEARSALS WILL BE REMOTE!! 

Second Production

ANTIGONE- A modern retelling of the Greek Classic. Tentative dates are set for late October/ Early November. 


All roles are open for this production, but THE PLATFORM / DELIVERY OF PERFORMANCE IS STILL TBA. We know that it will NOT be a traditional "audience in theatre/ actors on stage" style, but we are discussing a number of creative ways to produce this work. Details will be made available ASAP, but likely NOT before the audition dates.  We are searching for a variety of actors, of all ages, genders, and ethnicities. 

IF YOU WISH TO AUDITION FOR EITHER / BOTH SHOWS - Contact Tim Davis at the email below, and please request an audition form. You will then need to fill out the form, send it back, and then you will be sent audition sides for cold reading. NO PREPARED PIECES NECESSARY- NO HEADSHOTS / RESUMES NECESSARY (but those will be accepted)

To access the auditions, go to the following TEAMS link

Additional Information

Auditions are open to ALL BCTC students, faculty and staff, and the general population.

For more information, contact Tim Davis at tim.davis@kctcs.edu