Page updated January 24, 2018
All our 2017-18 season productions have been fully cast.
The general audition for 2018-19 have taken place, and no further generals are planned.
Our 2018/19 season will be announced on February 26, 2018.
Artists who are members of the Canadian Actors Equity Association will be given audition priority. Non-Equity artists will be seen when and if spaces are available. Theatre Calgary is a member of the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres, and operates within the jurisdiction of the Canadian Theatre Agreement. Artists cast in any production, regardless of CAEA standing, will be engaged under a CTA contract.
Mary & Max
Theatre Calgary will be holding auditions for the musical, Mary & Max, as part of our 2018-19 season.
Audition dates are as follows:
TORONTO: Sun Feb 18, Mon Feb 19, with callbacks on Tue Feb 20, 2018
CALGARY: Thu Feb 22, Fri Feb 23, Sat Feb 24 (Young Mary's Only), with callbacks on Sun Feb 25, 2018
The full audition notice can be downloaded here.
Please submit headshots and resumes to Susan McNair Reid, Theatre Calgary, via email by the end of day Sunday, February 4, 2018. Please use “M&M audition submission” in the subject line. Please indicate in which city you would like to audition, for what role you would like to be seen, and if you have any restrictions on your availability during the audition dates. Successful applicants will be contacted and provided with music and further details by February 7.
Shakespeare by the Bow 2018
Theatre Calgary will be holding auditions in Calgary on Sunday February 11 in Edmonton and Monday February 12 in Calgary for the company of Shakespeare by the Bow (SBTB) which will perform The Two Gentlemen of Verona, directed by DEAN PAUL GIBSON, at Prince’s Island Park.
There are a limited number of slots for Skype auditions if you are currently studying out of province.
Shakespeare by the Bow is a program designed to help emerging actors make the transition from their training into the professional theatre. The first week is comprised of masterclasses based on The Two Gentlemen of Verona and rehearsals with Dean Paul Gibson begin the following week. The show is performed outside on a temporary stage in Prince’s Island Park where the audience is not required to purchase tickets but instead simply shows up and donates as they want/can at the end of the show. Over the course of the summer, participants will have further workshops and need to be prepared to rehearse a showcase piece to be performed for family, friends, and the theatre community. It is an intense program that requires daytime availability periodically all summer. Participants will be paid on a weekly basis.
First day of program Tuesday, June 5, 2018
First day of rehearsal Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Opening Friday, June 29, 2018
Closing/end of program Sunday, August 19, 2018
* Monday is the day off for the entire program.
- Must be a graduate of a post-secondary institution within Alberta OR be an Albertan who has graduated from a post-secondary institution elsewhere. No housing or transportation will be provided.
- Must have graduated between 2012 and spring of 2018.
- Cannot be a member of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association.
- One monologue/soliloquy of your choice from The Two Gentlemen of Verona (doesn’t have to be age or gender specific) – 2 min max
- One contrasting monologue/soliloquy from any other Shakespeare play – 2 min max
- One 30 second song of your choice in any style and if you can play a portable instrument well, please bring it to either accompany yourself or to play separately.
Please submit headshots and resumes to Susan McNair Reid by the end of day Wednesday, January 31, 2018. Please use “SBTB audition submission” in the subject line. Please indicate in which city you would like to audition and if you have any restrictions on your availability that day. Successful applicants will be contacted and provided with further details by February 7.