Stonehenge XIV (or 14, if you prefer) will be on Monday, September 28th at the Source Theater in Washington, DC.
Dozens of producers will attend: will you be one of them?
Mass auditions are a common event in the theater world: it’s a way to see a lot of actors in a short time and learn if you’d like to call them in for your own auditions. Instead of “speed-dating,” you can think of it as “speed-casting.”
This year, Team J is partnering with Women in Film and Video (WIFV) to bring this in-person event back. They’ll be handling the producer registration, while actors will be able to register via Stonehenge Casting next week. Both producers and actors must pre-register to attend as there are no walk-ins.
If you’ve attended a Stonehenge Audition before, please spread the word even if you won’t be able to join us this year. Much like The Matrix, we find that many film and TV producers are unfamiliar with the mass audition format, but every single attendee we’ve talked to after a Henge has found actors they’ll use.
Producers get two free months’ worth of access to Stonehenge Casting as part of the registration fee, which means they can also view the headshots and resumes –and even take notes– electronically during the event.