Artistic Introductions and General Auditions

Artistic Introductions

Globe Theatre is holding Artistic Introductions to get to know Saskatchewan artists. These will take place in person in Regina.

Audition Date: Tuesday, April 16 and Wednesday, April 17 Submission Deadline: Tuesday, April 9 by 4pm

Artistic Introduction Information: We invite designers, directors, writers, choreographers, dramaturgs, and other creatives to meet with us to discuss their work. Globe’s Artistic Director Jennifer Brewin will be in attendance.

Submission Requirements: Please submit a resume and a small sample of your work (PDF format only) to auditions@globetheatrelive.com with the subject line: Artistic Introduction. If you have specific scheduling requests please include them in the email.

If there is a potential barrier that might prevent you from being able to meet, we encourage you to let us know so we can work with you to dissolve it. We thank all who apply but only those selected for a time slot will be contacted.

The Globe Theatre is committed to the principles of Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. We acknowledge there are systemic practices that perpetuate harm. We consciously work to identify and correct these practices as we honor our commitment to create and present theatre to the people of Regina and surrounding communities.

At Globe Theatre, we believe that our capacity to fulfill our mission and mandate is built on our ability to provide a safe, inclusive, and welcoming working and learning environment. By advancing principles of anti-oppression, decolonization, and anti-racism, all members of our community, our audience, volunteers, staff, Board of Directors, and freelance theatre makers, will thrive in the pursuit of entertaining and engaging theatre.

We embrace the challenge to adopt and model ethical and equitable interactions in all aspects of the organization. All of us at The Globe Theatre are committed to intervening in actions or behaviors that are racist, oppressive, aggressive, micro-aggressive or that incite hatred, prejudice, discrimination, bullying, or harassment. We welcome every opportunity to learn and adapt by providing space for feedback and time for knowledge gathering.


General Auditions

Globe Theatre is holding general auditions to get to know Saskatchewan artists. These will take place in person in Regina.

Audition Date: Tuesday, April 16 and Wednesday, April 17 Submission Deadline: Tuesday, April 9 by 4pm

Audition Requirements: Please prepare a monologue (maximum 2 minutes) for your audition as well as a second piece of your choice. Your second piece can be a song, playing an instrument, a special skill, a second monologue or added conversation time.

Submission Requirements: Please submit a headshot and resume (PDF format only) to auditions@globetheatrelive.com with the subject line: General Auditions. If you have specific scheduling requests please include them in the email.

Globe Theatre’s Artistic Director Jennifer Brewin will be in attendance. She may accept video submissions or Zoom Auditions from Saskatchewan artists, but preference will be given to those available to audition in person.

If there is a potential barrier that might prevent you from being able to audition, we encourage you to let us know so we can work with you to dissolve it.

We thank all who apply but only those selected for an audition will be contacted.

The Globe Theatre is committed to principles of Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. We acknowledge there are systemic practices that perpetuate harm. We consciously work to identify and correct these practices as we honor our commitment to create and present theatre to the people of Regina and surrounding communities. At Globe Theatre, we believe that our capacity to fulfill our mission and mandate is built on our ability to provide a safe, inclusive, and welcoming working and learning environment. By advancing principles of anti-oppression, decolonization, and anti-racism, all members of our community, our audience, volunteers, staff, Board of Directors, and freelance theatre makers, will thrive in the pursuit of entertaining and engaging theatre.

We embrace the challenge to adopt and model ethical and equitable interactions in all aspects of the organization. All of us at The Globe Theatre are committed to intervening in actions or behaviors that are racist, oppressive, aggressive, micro-aggressive or that incite hatred, prejudice, discrimination, bullying, or harassment. We welcome every opportunity to learn and adapt by providing space for feedback and time for knowledge gathering.

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