If you are interested in scheduling an audition for Equalogy's Fall Tour, please review and fill out the form below. Send the form with your headshot and resume to email@example.com.
Submissions will not be accepted without a completed audition form.
Please answer the following questions and email to firstname.lastname@example.org:
1.) Are you interested in being on the road, away from NYC, approximately 5 days a week. Do you have housing in NYC for your days off (usually weekends)?
2.) Do you have a valid driver's license?
a. If no, are you willing to read maps, directions and navigate for the driver?
b. If yes, are you willing and able to drive the rental car while touring and park the car on days off?
3.) Are you willing and able to carry boxes with props or programs?
4.) Are you willing and able to set up and break down the set, consisting of 6 chairs, posters, easel and hand props?
5.) Do you enjoy meeting people and are you willing and able to interact with college staff and students when on campus (before and after performing as well as during meals)?
6.) Are you able to adhere to a schedule and be on time?
7.) Do you have previous engagements in August, September or October that might conflict with the tour schedule? (List them please.)
Please submit with headshot & resume to email@example.com.
Answers to audition FAQs
1.) Equalogy has two tours in the fall.
The short tour runs from August 20 - October 1.
The long tour runs from August 23 - October 29.
You can see the tour schedule at http://equalogyinc.org/tour.html. It is a work in progress and will continue to grow.
2.) Each cast will have approximately 40 hours of rehearsals. We will plan the rehearsals around the actor's schedules starting the first week of August. The rehearsal period is paid, $250 all-inclusive.
3.) When actors are touring/performing, Equalogy provides a rental car for travel, Equalogy pays for gas and tolls. Equalogy also provides a hotel/motel room or guest house for lodging while touring and Equalogy provides meals or per diem for food while on the road.
4.) When actors have a day off, they are responsible for their own travel, lodging and meals.
(A dark day while on the road is not considered a day off.)