How to Audition with a Pre-Recorded Video

If you are thinking of submitting a pre-recorded video audition, please follow the instructions below. For more information about the live Zoom audition option, please check out our main: Audition Info Page.

Q: How do I choose whether to submit a pre-recorded audition or do it live with Zoom video-chat?

A: If you are able to audition live with Zoom, please do so -- it will allow the directors a chance to meet you and interact with you. If you are unable to audition live with Zoom, you can submit a pre-recorded audition video.

Q: If I'm switching from a scheduled audition slot to a pre-recorded video audition, do I need to tell anyone?

A: Yes -- please email iscstagemanagement@gmail.com as soon as possible so we can cancel your live audition slot.

Q: I need to submit a pre-recorded audition instead of a Zoom video-chat. How do I do that?

A: To submit a pre-recorded audition: record yourself reading the sides, post the video on YouTube or elsewhere, and e-mail a link (along with your audition form, and theatrical resume and headshot if including them) to iscstagemanagement@gmail.com no later March 29th. Please let us know if you decide to do this so that we can cancel your Zoom audition slot.

Q: What is the due date for pre-recorded auditions?

A: March 29.

Q: Which sides should I read for a pre-recorded audition?

For each show you are auditioning for, please choose three contrasting sides. So, for instance, if you are auditioning for both Romeo & Juliet and Comedy of Errors, please do six total sides (three each). If one of your pieces is a dialogue, have someone else read the other role off-camera.