Auditions and Registrations

UPCOMING AUDITIONS AND REGISTRATIONS

Auditions are held Theatre Bristol, 512 State Street, Bristol. Additional details will be added to this page by each director for the auditions, such as the audition music selected, so please check back prior to auditions. Auditions are open to anyone. Please wear closed-toe shoes and clothes to move in. Be sure to bring your calendar to list all of your conflicts. No conflicts are permitted for tech week or performances.


To Kill a Mockingbird – July 9-11, 2022

The classic “To Kill A Mockingbird,” directed by Camille Gray, takes the ARTspace stage August 26-September 4, 2022.¬†Auditions are July 9-11, 2022 for men, women, and children. More information will be available soon.

elf The Musical – September 3-6, 2022

The holiday movie favorite “elf The Musical” comes to the Paramount Bristol stage under the direction of Kenn Naegele November 11-20, 2022, and the ARTspace stage December 2-18, 2022. Auditions for men, women, and children for this production are September 3-6, 2022. Rehearsals begin September 12, 2022.


Theatre Bristol COVID-19 Policy

Your safety is our priority. We are taking a cautious leap with our 2022 productions, keeping in mind how it affects our community and local hospitals. As a non-profit organization that receives a state project grant each year, we are unable to require vaccinations and masks. However, Theatre Bristol encourages vaccination, especially while Tennessee has high transmission risk and the fourth highest case count per capita.

In order to audition and participate in the production, you will need to present a negative COVID-19 test taken the same day as the audition/rehearsal. Alternatively, you may voluntarily provide proof of vaccination or proof of a current positive antibody test.

***Please wear a mask during your audition unless asked to remove it.***

Performers speak and sing in close proximity for extended periods of time. In order to keep the cast and crew healthy and make sure our production gets to the stage, vaccination is encouraged. Although the cast being exposed to COVID-19 is inevitable, vaccination is proven to reduce the risk, severity, and length of being infected. Unvaccinated cast members can seriously jeopardize the production.

The creative team, by their own volition, is vaccinated. Theatre Bristol devotes a great deal of time, energy, and money to each production and requests that our volunteers support that effort by being vaccinated.

Theatre Bristol cannot be held responsible for exposure to COVID-19.

These requirements are updated as more information becomes available.

If, at any point, the Theatre Bristol Board of Directors determines that it is not prudent to proceed with the production, the show will be cancelled.