Auditions

Join us for our next company audition:

Sunday, May 15, 2022

Contemporary Ballet Dallas, studio 2/3

2:30 p.m. sign in

2:40 announcements (in the hallway if the studio is still occupied)

2:45 ballet barre 

3:15 combo/company rep 

3:45 end

No RSVP is required in advance. Just come ready to dance!

Frequently asked questions:

  • Can I attend the audition virtually? We are not offering a virtual audition at this time, however, if you are unavailable to attend the audition in person you still have options. Email us in advance (by May 14) to let us know you want to be considered for the audition but are unable to attend (feel free to include your reel in that email). Then, after the audition concludes, we will email you the video of the combo for you to send back to us within 24 hours.What should I wear? Please wear clothing that you are comfortable moving in that also allows the directors to see your lines. For example, a leotard and tights, a tank top and leggings, or unitard all are great options.

  • Is there a fee to audition? We want to make auditions accessible to everyone. So we are accepting optional donations for our  audition. Feel free to make a donation on our website to help keep our nonprofit going, or simply enjoy class for free.

  • Should I bring my dance resume? If you have one, yes please do. We are always curious to hear about your training and performance history. But casting is based on your ability to hit the step (rather than who you know, your body type/look, etc).

  • Should I bring a headshot or dance shot? Yes, if you have a picture of yourself you can attach it to the sign in form we give you. It helps us remember who's who!

  • Is a face mask required at the audition? It depends where we are auditioning. If the audition is at Contemporary Ballet Dallas, then no, a face mask is not presently required by the studio.

  • If I am offered a position, how quickly will I hear back from you? We typically will contact you within 2-5 business days if you are offered a position.

  • I auditioned once before but was not offered a position in the company. Is it worth auditioning again? YES! We have at least two current company members that had to audition multiple times. Keep growing your art and auditioning when you have the opportunity if 6 o'Clock Dance Theatre is a company you think would be a good fit for you. We're happy to provide feedback on your audition if you'd like it.

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