Advanced Acting Class Auditions 2023-24
& Spring Play Audition
Thank you for your interest in auditioning for the LCHS Theatre Department. On this page, you will find instructions for your audition as well as monologue options.
Audition Date and Times:
Tuesday, March 14th (3:15- 5 pm)
Who should audition?
Anyone interested in being in next year’s Advanced Acting class and anyone interested in being in this year's spring production of Trap by Stephen Gregg.
Please note that LCHS offers two Acting classes. Acting class does not require an audition, however, Advanced Acting does. Both acting classes are primarily focused on acting skills and you will be required to read and perform regularly in class.
Advanced Acting requires mandatory out-of-class performances.
Remember that energy and commitment are just as important as skill.
Current eighth-graders must be recommended by their Drama teacher to audition for Advanced Acting.
This year's spring play is open to all current high school students and does not require participation in acting classes.
About the audition schedule:
You must sign up for a time slot. Use the "Audition" link below to access the form. You must be signed in to your La Center account.
Auditions will be held on the date listed above only.
It is imperative you are present and ready for your chosen time. It is recommended that students arrive at least five minutes before they are scheduled to audition. Only certain absences will be excused (emergencies, extreme illness, etc. If you are involved in sports you will only be excused from auditions if you have a game or meet.) If you cannot attend the scheduled audition you must contact Ms. Rideout by email to set up an alternate audition time.
About the audition content:
All auditionees must perform a monologue and students are strongly advised to pick one of the provided monologues linked below. You may choose to perform a self-selected monologue as long as it is less than 2 minutes in length. It MUST be from a published stage production. Not a movie. If you choose your own monologue you must provide Ms. Rideout with a paper copy at the time of the audition. Monologues must be memorized and should not be ad-libbed or edited. However, you may substitute specific words if you feel the original text is inappropriate for you. Tables and chairs will be provided and the auditionees should not use any other props or costumes. All monologues may be performed by any gender.
**Showing the judges a well-thought-out, believable, and interesting character is the most important thing you can do.
Please be aware that Advanced Acting requires participation in the fall play and winter lip sync competition. Both of those performances will require some after-school and evening commitments.