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MDT Cabaret Fall 2018

Once each semester, MDT students have the opportunity to perform solo and small group performances in a cabaret setting at “The Wall” in the Wilkinson Student Center. “The Wall” is a popular night spot with food and beverage service in a relaxed atmosphere. Students are responsible for selecting and rehearsing their own material presented in this informal setting. Join us on Friday, November 16 at 8pm to enjoy their work!

MDT Cabaret at the Wall

Workshop 2019: Pacific Conservatory Theatre

PCPAPCPA is entering it’s 55th year of training actors and technicians while producing a wide range of classic and contemporary musical, and non-musical works.

Our 2019 summer season includes productions of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Million Dollar Quartet, The Addams Family, and the Importance of Being Earnest.

Take a look at some of the opportunities offered through PCPA this upcoming year!

2019 Summer Company: “The Central Coast’s Resident Professional Theatre Company” 

This program is for actors, singers, dancers, technicians, and designers. PCPA brings in several non-union actors and technicians to work during the summer season.

2019-2020 Internship Program: “A Link to the Professional World”

This 9 month program (September 2019 – May 2020) is for actors, technicians, designers, musical directors, directors, and dramaturgs. PCPA offers internships via its Outreach Actors Ensemble and Technical Theatre/Design programs. *All acting, musical directing, and most technical theatre/design interns receive scholarship support from PCPA.

2019-2021 Conservatory Program: “Train as a Member of a Professional Company”

This 2 year training program is for actors and technicians. You can find more details at the following website: http://www.pcpa.org. Students can earn approximately 75 units of lower-division drama credits during their two years at PCPA. Scholarships and financial aid are available for those that qualify through Allan Hancock College. Students will also benefit from the college’s relationship with many BFA programs that will accept PCPA students as juniors.



Apprenticeship Opportunity 2019: Theatre Aspen

On the Theatre Aspen team, we offer approximately 20 apprenticeships every season. Students have the opportunity to work alongside industry professionals across the theatrical spectrum – in areas of Arts Administration; Costuming & Wardrobe; Theatre Education; Lighting Design; Marketing & Social Media; Music Direction; Performance; Sound Design; Stage Management; and Stagecraft & Production – all in picturesque Aspen, CO.

We’re still finalizing the 2019 Season, but I am happy to share that Hunter Foster will be returning to direct Guys and Dolls and Mark Martino will direct Little Shop of Horrors.  Soon, we will be announcing a play to join the lineup. Additionally, the Apprentice Class will create & produce a showcase at the end of their summer.

Final 2019 TAAP Flyer

For additional information, please click here.

Applications go live beginning this Thursday, November 1 and we would love to see some of your students out in Aspen this summer.


Event 2018: The Hive – The Bookbinder’s Tale

Once upon a time, at a Prominent University, a young woman wanted to help people see their lives as stories they tell themselves and each other. Once upon a time, at the same Prominent University, the chair of its English department, who was also the young woman’s fiancé, wanted to indulge her. Once upon a time, at (yes) a Prominent University, a cheerful and charming Italian bookbinder thought the young woman’s story and his own might become a single saga.

The Bookbinder’s Tale is a love triangle that travels in and out of its three characters’ fables, seen through one another’s eyes. Circumstances that seemed set become fluid, and futures shift with startling speed. By turns funny, breathtaking, and touching, it invites us to return to Story – our oldest and best home. Suitable for all audiences, but is recommended for ages 16+. The lead is BYU Acting graduate Mariah Bowles. Go ahead and support her in the show’s final weekend at the Hive. For more information about showtimes and tickets, click here.

Audition 2018: The Ziegfeld Theater – Mamma Mia!

The Ziegfeld Theater announces open auditions for ABBA hit musical, “Mamma Mia!,” directed by Morgan Parry, choreographed by Bryan Andrews and music directed by Heidi Potter Hunt.

***Show pays a flat rate of $400. All actors must be available for performances in Ogden and Park City to receive stipend.***

AUDITIONS: Tuesday, December 4, 6-10 PM by appointment only. To schedule your audition, go to ZigArts.com and click “Audition,” under the “Join Us” tab. Invitation only callbacks will be held Wednesday, December 5 in the evening and Sat. December 8 in the morning.

***If you are absolutely unavailable to audition on these dates, let us know as soon as possible so that we may arrange an alternate audition time for you, if possible.***

LOCATION: Ziegfeld Arts Academy – 2440 E 6600 S, in Uintah (at the intersection of US-84 and US-89, behind Pitcher Sports and Best Western)

PREPARE: For the audition, bring a printed copy of your resume and a headshot or recent picture. Prepare a 30-60 second selection from a Broadway musical or pop song in the style of the show. Sheet music is required; accompanist provided.

***Please no CD’s, mp3’s, or a cappella auditions. You are welcome to sing a selection from the show, but please bring a second, contrasting audition selection from a different musical (which we may or may not ask you to sing).***

PERFORMANCES: Ogden performances at The Ziegfeld Theater are February 22, 23, March 1, 2, 8, 9, 15 and 16 at 7:30 PM with Saturday matinees on March 2 and 9 at 2:00 PM. Park City performances at The Egyptian Theatre are March 22, 23, 24, 28,. 29,. 30. 31 at 7:30 PM with the exception of the Sunday performances, which are at 6:00 PM.

REHEARSALS: There will be a few rehearsals in December, but they will chiefly begin in mid January and will usually be held at the Ziegfeld Arts Academy, Monday-Thursday evenings and Saturday afternoon. There will be longer spacing and tech rehearsals in Ogden the week before opening as well as in Park City the week before opening.

If you have any questions, please email bonnieromney@zigarts.com.

ROLES: Seeking strong actor-singers who move well and dancers. All roles are available. Colorblind casting – actors of ALL races and skin color are HIGHLY encouraged to audition. Roles detailed below.

  • Sophie Sheridan: Born and raised on the island, Gender: Female, Age: 20 to 25, Vocal range top: E5, Vocal range bottom: F#3
  • Donna Sheridan: Sophie’s mother, Gender: Female, Age: 40 to 50, Vocal range top: A5, Vocal range bottom: E3
  • Sam Carmichael: Might be Sophie’s father, Gender: Male, Age: 40 to 50, Vocal range top: Ab4, Vocal range bottom: D3
  • Bill Austin: Might be Sophie’s father, Gender: Male, Age: 40 to 50, Vocal range top: F#4, Vocal range bottom: Bb2
  • Harry Bright: Might be Sophie’s father, Gender: Male, Age: 40 to 50, Vocal range top: F#4, Vocal range bottom: C#3
  • Sky: Sophie’s fiancé, Gender: Male, Age: 20 to 30, Vocal range top: D5, Vocal range bottom: Eb3
  • Tanya: Former Dynamo, Gender: Female, Age: 40 to 50, Vocal range top: E5, Vocal range bottom: E3
  • Rosie: Former Dynamo., Gender: Female, Age: 40 to 50, Vocal range top: D5, Vocal range bottom: E3
  • Lisa: Sophie’s friend, Gender: Female, Age: 20 to 25, Vocal range top: Db5, Vocal range bottom: G3
  • Ali: Sophie’s friend, Gender: Female, Age: 20 to 25, Vocal range top: D5, Vocal range bottom: G3
  • Pepper: Barman at Taverna, Gender: Male, Age: 20 to 25, Vocal range top: F5, Vocal range bottom: A4
  • Eddie: Helps Sky with Water-Sports, Gender: Male, Age: 20 to 25
  • Chorus: Consists of the Islanders, who work at Donna’s, Wedding-Guests, Gender: Both

Audition 2018: Highland Community Center – The Importance of Being Earnest

Auditions for The Importance of Being Earnest begin November 6th! ONLY online video submissions will be accepted November 6th to November 28th at midnight. In-person auditions will happen November 28th at the Highland Community Center from 6 PM until 9 PM.

You may choose to use one of the below monologues or prepare a one-minute Classical monologue.


  • Algernon Moncrieff: A charming, idle, and vain bachelor
  • John (Jack) / “Ernest” Worthing, J.P.: A respectable and serious gentleman with a bit of mystery in his past
  • Gwendolen Fairfax: A fashionable, intellectual, slightly pretensious cousin to Algernon
  • Cecily Cardew: Jack’s sweet and precocious ward
  • Lady Augusta Bracknell: Gwendolen’s domineering, judgmental mother
  • Miss Prism: Cecily’s pedantic, puritanical governess
  • Reverend Canon Chasuble, D.D.: The obliging, cheerful rector
  • Lane: Algernon’s dry, all-knowing manservant
  • Merriman: Jack’s obedient servant in the countryside

Algernon Monologue:

Jack Monologue:

Gwendolen Monologue:

Cecily Monologue:

Lady Bracknell Monologue:

Miss Prism Monologue:

Dr. Chasuble Monologue:

To apply for this audition, click here.