What is it like to audition for Pittsburgh Performance Project?
Auditions are an opportunity for the staff to evaluate your talent, technique, personality and potential. You will be exposed to Pittsburgh Performance Project equipment and movement foundations in addition to learning equipment and movement choreography. You will meet some of the staff and designers, as well as enjoy the company of other performers and have FUN!
What can I do to prepare?
-Stretch and spin every day.
-Take a dance class.
Who is Pittsburgh Performance Project looking for?
The Pittsburgh Performance Project staff looks for the potential, self-confidence, work ethic, talent, desire and personality of each performer. Possess a commanding stage presence, be strong, engaging, look the part, act confident, perform to the best of your ability and bring life and energy to what you are doing. These are key factors desired by the staff.
When are auditions? EVENT CANCELLED
Auditions for the Pittsburgh Performance Project '21 will be held on Saturday, November 7, 2020 from 8:30AM - 2PM.
Location: Oliver Citywide Academy, 2323 Brighton Rd. Pgh. PA 15212.
***If you are attending auditions, please take a moment and fill out the audition application.
What if I cannot attend auditions? Can I still audition for Pittsburgh Performance Project ?
If you are unable to attend, you can still audition for Pittsburgh Performance Project. You may simply attend the Call Backs on Sunday, November 14, 2020 and audition.
Pease note: Audition fee applies for those auditioning
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How much does it cost to audition?
A onetime, non-refundable $20 registration/audition fee must be paid before you will be allowed to participate in the audition process. (CASH ONLY)
What should I bring?
- Black fitted clothing
- $20 non-refundable/non-transferable registration/audition fee (CASH ONLY)
- Water, snacks and/or lunch
- You will need to bring a rifle and/or sabre if you plan to spin or audition for a weapon spot. Flags will be provided.
What should I wear?
Wear BLACK comfortable, form fitting clothing, something that allows you to have flexibility. Shorts, boxers, tights, dance wear, etc. Dance shoes or bare feet, whichever you prefer. We do need to be able to see your ankles and feet. Hair should up or back and out of your face. Weapon performers will want to bring gloves. Also, please bring tennis shoes for the conditioning.
What are the audition technical elements?
Every potential cast member will spin flag and dance during the audition process. Sabre and rifle are not required. However, those interested in rifle or sabre should have solid body control and breathe support, as well as the ability to display solid tosses from triples through sixes.
Prepare for body layering with all equipment exercises and choreography
If you are interested in becoming a part of Pittsburgh Performance Project, please take a moment and fill out the audition application.
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