Want To Perform With Us?  Wonderful!

You're thinking about performing with us? Wonderful—come and audition for a show! We need people who are singers, dancers and actors, and we accommodate a variety of abilities. Whether you are an enthusiastic amateur looking at your first performance or a seasoned opera vocalist, we may have just the part for you. If you are a musician, check out our orchestra information.

In practical terms, rehearsals are on weeknights in the two months leading to a show. We expect that you have day jobs and don't sing or perform for a living. In fact, at the beginning of the schedule we will run though a teaching process with the music before placing staging. The schedule will vary from show to show, and it can get quite intense before opening night.

But... this is fun! Not only do we get to dress up, jump around and speak like a pirate (occasionally), it’s also a bonding experience with the added benefit of improving our voice and acting skills. It's one thing to sing in a choir or waltz around a ballroom, but quite a different experience to engage an audience with song and dance.

And our plays are fun! Gilbert and Sullivan’s works are nuanced musical orchestrations with librettos that trip off the tongue with the full force of an opera behind them. Our other shows usually combine music, comedy and drama.
Upcoming Auditions:

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Additional auditions for The Sorcerer!
Lyric Theatre announces additional auditions for male leads & chorus for its production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Sorcerer.

Audition date: Sunday, November 10th 1:30 - 2:30pm
Location: Lyric Theatre Warehouse
   
            1609 Regatta Lane, Suite D
San José

If you are unable to make this time please send an email to to boxoffice@lyrcitheatre.org to make other arrangements.
Performance dates: February 22nd – March 1. All performances will be at San José City College. Rehearsals begin in early January.
To sign up and for more information please visit https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080d49a4ad2ca3fd0-lyric3