South Eastern Theatre Conference or SETC -every year that has auditions, tech job interviews, workshops, Grad school auditions for theatres and universities in the (you guessed it) the south east U.S. It is also a chance for college students to get job in professional summer stock theatre.
right now it is about to give me a stroke. i have to get registered by Oct 8th. registration has to be done online and must include performance resume, training info, tech work resume, professor reference, a recent head shot, and more stuff i cant even remember right now. all that is just to audition at the STATE LEVEL. auditioning at the state level requires either 60 seconds of a monologue of 90 seconds of a monologue and a song.
i figure it always better to do a song because the most summer theatres (excluding Shakespeare FESTs) aren't performing Heda Gabbler and SubUrbia. i all wonderfully cheesy musicals.
the last two years i audition i didn't qualify to go past the state audition. i blame it on my lack of auditioning experience. but this year in auditioning in a new state and i feel like i have my A game on. plus bagging before i audition for the school in applying to will hopefully give me some good bragging material when i do my school audition/interviews
so i am saying this now I WILL QUALIFY FOR SETC AND GET AN ACTING JOB FOR THE SUMMER
*note* the title of this update is a song from Show Boat, not a reference to Wicked the musical-which I'm not abig fan of (look it up)