Town Hall Arts Center Operating Statement

By acknowledging this statement, you confirm your understanding that Town Hall Arts Center operates as a Semi-Professional Theater and not a Regional, Equity, LORT, or Professional Theater. While THAC is proud of the high-quality productions we have come to be known for, and the fact that we pay our artists comparable to or better than other local non-professional theaters, we are not currently able to operate as a living wage theater. We are also financially unable to offer amenities often available at Equity or LORT level houses. We are entirely transparent about our pay scale from the moment auditions are announced; in our offer letters; and as disclosed in our contracts. By receiving this statement, auditioning, signing a contract, and acknowledging this statement, you are stating that you are ready and willing to performing duties as specified in your contract, and have been made aware of THACs:

  • Audition stipends – THAC pays a rehearsal stipend. While professional theaters have the resources to pay actors per day or per week from first rehearsal to closing performance, we are not able to do so at this time. Our stipends are offered in good faith to assist contractors offset costs accrued during the process.
  • Performance pay – THAC will compensate every performer for every performance, as well as additional rehearsals after opening (such as put-in/Swing rehearsals) at the contracted per-show rate.
  • Rehearsal schedules – THAC is entirely transparent about the rehearsal schedule from the time auditions are announced; in our offer letter; and as disclosed in our contracts. Performers who are cast in our productions will be expected to attend every rehearsal to which they are called unless conflicts were approved prior to casting. The Directing Teams will do their best to not call actors who are not in the scenes/songs being worked and will release actors at a point when they are no longer being utilized in rehearsal. While we work hard to respect everyone’s time, there will be instances when an actor will have down time at rehearsal. We encourage you to use down time to work independently on your materials.

the PROM

Book & Lyrics by Chad Beguelin Book by Bob Martin Music by Matthew Sklar

Directed by Nathan Halvorson
Music Director – Donna Debreceni Choreographer – Carrie Colton Assistant Director – Erin Banta Assistant Choreographer – Madeline Shaffer Stage Manager – Sierra Corbin Assistant Stage manager – Natalie Lohring

Rehearsals
April 14 – May 17, 2024
Generally Sunday through Thursday evening

Tech
May 18 – 23, 2024

Performances May 24 – June 22, 2024

Casting strong singer-dancer-actors aged 16+.
People of all races, ethnicities, abilities/disabilities, and sexual/gender identities welcome and encouraged to audition. There are also Swing and Understudy tracks available.

All roles are paid a $500 rehearsal stipend and a per show rate between $50 and $70. Understudies will receive an additional rehearsal stipend. Swings are paid a $500 rehearsal stipend and $100 per week on-call stipend for the run, plus a per- show rate for any shows they cover.

No AEA/Equity contracts are available for this production.

AUDITIONS

Saturday January 13 from 10:00 am to 5:00pm
Location: Town Hall Arts Center
2450 W. Main St, Littleton, CO 80120

Requirements

  • 32 bars of a song that matches the style of the show
  • 1-minute comedic monologue
  • Headshot and Resume (upload virtually prior to audition as well as bring hard copy to audition)

CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO SIGN UP FOR AN AUDITION SLOT AND TO SUBMIT A HEADSHOT AND RESUME VIRTUALLY (Please also bring a hard copy to the audition)

Invited callbacks will be held Sunday January 14 4:00pm to 10:00pm

Need Help?