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We do not require auditions to be a Theatre Major or Minor. We hold general open auditions for our MainStage and Studio Shows. All registered Binghamton University students are welcome to audition. Always arrive a few minutes early to fill out paperwork ahead of time. See below for our casting policy.

Upcoming Auditions:

AUDITIONS for a Studio Show.....

"ORLANDO", by Sarah Ruhl, directed by Martin Murray

Cold Readings!

4:30-7:30 pm FRIDAY, March 21, FA 331 & 333

▶ Cold readings, no monologues required

▶ CALLBACKS the following day, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. March 22

▶ Rehearsals begin Monday, February 17

▶ Show dates: May 8, 9, 10

▶ Questions? Email

Script available to read at FA-127 Theatre Department Office



Casting Policy for Binghamton University Students:
Attending callback must be understood to mean that the auditionee must accept the role "as cast" in the production for which he or she has been called back. All directors are charged to consider the best interests of the student(s) as well as the overall production needs for each casting decision. If a student declines to accept a role "as cast" after attending callbacks, the student will be denied casting in any departmental MainStage, Studio Showcase, In-The-Works or Dance productions for the semester for which the casting is being done and through the next semester. In the case of musical productions, any student who declines "as cast" in a musical after having attended callbacks will be ineligible for casting in the next season's musical, even though he or she may be eligible for casting in straight plays or dance productions.

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Last Updated: 3/21/14