Auditions

Fall 2020 Auditions
  • Tuesday, September 1
  • Wednesday, September 2
  • Thursday, September 3
Spring 2021 Auditions
  • Monday, January 25
  • Tuesday, January 26
  • Wednesday, January 27
  • Thursday, January 28

Fall Audition Procedures

Option #1: Submit A Video of A Monologue Performance

Monologue: one-two minutes long, medium shot, contemporary.

  1. Submit no later than 5:00 PM on Tuesday, September 1.
  2. Complete audition form.

Option #2: Perform A Monologue on Zoom

Monologue: one-two minutes long, medium shot, contemporary.

  1. Plan on Zoom time 7:00 PM on either Tuesday September 1 or Wednesday, September 2.
  2. Arrive at 7:00 PM either day for further instructions.
  3. Submit audition form by 5:00 PM on day of audition.

Callbacks will be posted on WVC Theater Facebook.

Click below to go directly to the Zoom audition at 7:00 PM.


Rehearsals for both shows will be via Zoom with a tentative schedule of Monday-Thursday or Friday evenings, TBD more exactly with the director after casting.

If cast, you must sign up for the 3 unit class.

Virtual tech people are needed as well for stage management, creating posters and programs, assisting the sound designer and other virtual needs.

If you need technical help with turning in your audition, please email either amy.yaleFREEWEST_VALLEY or robin.aronson@wvm.edu

  • The West Valley College Theater Department welcomes all students, employees and community members to audition for our shows.
  • All cast members are required to enroll in THEA 20 (A, B, C, or D or THEA 70 (A, B, C, or D) to participate in the production. Registration must take place by the Friday of the first week of school.
  • The West Valley College Theater is committed to a policy of diversity and inclusivity in casting. Roles will be cast on the basis of merit, without regard to race or ethnicity.
  • All auditioning actors have the option to do a monologue but this is not required.
  • The audition process requires that prospective actors completely fill out the audition form.
  • The director of each production makes the final decision regarding casting with input from the department.
  • If, in the opinion of the director, a suitable cast cannot be selected from those who have auditioned, auditions may be extended beyond the original schedule, or else specific individuals may be invited to fill the need.

West Valley College Theater Department strives to cast a mix of skilled and unskilled actors that are representative of our entire student body.

Last Updated 8/27/20