Audition for the Show
Crown Players receive professional theatrical training in various stage arts. Your role and need determines the type of training you receive. Here are some of those disciplines that will strengthen your acting resume: Stage Combat • Voice • Period Dialect • Interacting With The Public • Improvisation
ABOUT OUR PERFORMANCES
Robin Hood’s Faire is looking for unique variety acts such as jugglers, magicians, musicians, stilt walkers, bubble makers, etc., to breathe life into the streets of our village. Variety artists will demonstrate their skills as they would be at the show for up to two minutes.
Variety performers that are part of a troupe or established act may choose to audition by submitting a video. Performers may be bands, fight troupes, comedy acts, or others that fit the show’s theme.
HOW TO AUDITION VARIETY ACTS
Submit your promotional material to Robin Hood’s Faire at firstname.lastname@example.org along with your day rate. You must carry liability insurance.
The deadline to apply for the show is February 1, 2021.
For Robin Hood Actors
Our audition process is low-stress. If you’ve got a lot of acting experience it will be a breeze. If you’re new or you’ve never done anything like this before, we’ll guide you through the process. You’ll walk away from our panel with more experience and a new level of confidence.
- WHO: Performers ages 16 and up.
- WHAT: Auditions for the Crown Players @ Robin Hood’s Faire
- WHERE: Virtual via Zoom
- WHEN: March 24 & 25, 2021 from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm.
- WHY: Because you love acting and want to work with others who share your passion for the performing arts.
- SHOW DATES: Saturdays & Sundays from from May 22 to June 20, 2021.
- Questions: If you have any questions before you schedule an audition slot, email us at email@example.com. We’ll get back to you promptly.
- Costumes: Costume fittings will take place Friday, May 7 at the Harwinton Fairgrounds.
- Rehearsals: Rehearsals at the fairgrounds on May 8, 9, 15, & 16. Hours to be determined.
Three Things You Need For Your Audition
Our audition process is low-stress. If you’ve got a lot of acting experience it will be a breeze. If you’re new or you’ve never done anything like this before, we’ll guide you through the process. Here are some of the things you’ll need for your audition:
If you’ve got a professional acting résumé, please send it via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to bring a copy to your audition. It is okay if you don’t have one. We train the right candidates.
If you’ve got a professional headshot, please send it via email to email@example.com. If possible, please bring a copy to your audition. It is okay if you don’t have one.
The story for the show is to be determined.
Robin Hood’s Merry Men
- Robin Hood, Hero of the People
- Maid Marion, Hero of the People
- Friar Tuck
- Little John
- Will (or Willamina) Scarlet
The Sheriff’s Men
- The Sheriff of Nottingham
- The Tax Collector
Good People of Nottingam
Our actors play a variety of characters that breathe life into the kingdom for guests. We could be anything ranging from a visiting king or queen to the butcher, baker, or candlestick maker. Whatever the role, we have a blast bringing history to life in a fun, creative way.