After sending in your sign-up form, you will be added to our mailing list so we are able to send you all the important informations regarding our theatre group, e.g. production announcements and auditions, audition packages, workshops information and much more. Note: Keep an eye on your spam/promotions folder as our messages might end up in these folders instead of your primary inbox.
If you have any questions, please contact our producer at firstname.lastname@example.org
How to apply
Everyone is welcome to come to auditions if you want to join LET. Backstagers are also asked to come to the auditions just so we can sign you up and you can get to know us. At the moment we are looking at what to do next semester but auditions will be held at the beginning of February. More information about the auditions such as what plays we’ll be doing, what roles are available, and what to prepare, will be posted towards the end of January. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to email email@example.com. Hopefully we’ll see you at auditions!
What’s a play without actors? Information about auditions will be posted on our channels when the new semester begins. Everyone from complete beginners to Alan Rickman is welcome to audition. Can’t wait to apply? Please peruse the following file to know more: Information for actors
Less fond of the lime-light? New backstage crew is always welcome, and no production can do without. Being a backstager, you will be responsible for one (or more!) of the following: set, props, costumes, hair and make-up, or lights and sound. Experience in stage production is welcome, but most of our backstagers are beginners when they first join – so no worries if you haven’t been a backstager before. Curious to know more? Take a look at one of these handy documents:
Information for backstagers: costumes
Information for backstagers: hair and make-up
Information for backstagers: lights and sound
Information for backstagers: props
Information for backstagers: set design
The stage manager is a very important part of the team. He or she basically manages everything that goes on behind the scenes, both during rehearsals as well as during the actual performances. The role of stage manager is a lot of fun, but it requires quite some time and dedication on your part, too. Interested? Look at the following file for more information:
Information for stage manager
Additional crew members
We are also looking for some members who won’t be involved with the plays themselves that much, but who are still key in the entire process. Specifically, we’d like to have a dedicated designer for posters, flyers, etc., a photographer to document our rehearsals, performances, and other gatherings, and a videographer, to make short trailers and to film the performances. Check the documents below for more in-depth information:
Information for photographer
Information for posters and design
Information for videographer and video editor
Please do not hesitate to e-mail us with any questions and we hope that you will be interested in joining our team!