Video due October 5, 2020

A Fairly Potter Christmas Carol 2020 Auditions

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Fairly Potter Puppet Carol Audition Notice

The Ziegfeld Theater announces open auditions for “Fairly Potter Puppet Carol” directed by Becky Knowles and music directed by Morgan Parry.

PERFORMANCES: Will be held at The Ziegfeld Theater on December 4, 5, 11, 12 matinee, 12, 14, 18, 19 matinee, 19, 21. Seating will be limited at performances and the audience will be required to wear masks. For this reason we may have added performances to accommodate the audience. 


ROLES: Seeking strong actors who move and sing well, ALL ACTORS WILL BE PUPPETEERS. Actors must be 16+.  We are very interested in people with puppeteering and improv experience.  Actors of ALL races and skin color are HIGHLY encouraged to audition. Roles will not be assigned based on gender or race.  


AUDITIONS (VIDEO SUBMISSION): all videos will be due no later than October 5th at 12:00 AM. Please provide a 2 min max video with:

  • 16-32 bars of music 

  • A 30 sec joke or story

  • Character voices (if you have them)

  • Puppet skills (if you have them)  


CALLBACK: Call backs will be in person at the Ziegfeld Arts Academy on October 10 at 2pm. **Masks required to attend callbacks


LOCATION: Ziegfeld Arts Academy - 2440 East 6600 South Uintah, Utah 

***Please note location.***



REHEARSALS will begin October 17th and will usually be held at the Ziegfeld Arts Academy, Monday-Thursday evenings and Saturday afternoon. 


SAFETY: We will be taking every safety measure possible throughout this process. Masks will be required for all rehearsals. With Enhanced sanitization of rehearsal and performance spaces. 

For performances, actors will be masked on and off stage, (with few exceptions on stage). We will be pre-recording the chorus parts for this show in efforts to help sound carry without actors having to project too hard through a mask. All actors will wear a body microphone for this show. **Please also note that several of our puppets will require multiple puppeteers, and may result in some people to be very close to each other, hence why masks are so important. 

If you have any questions, please email: 


Stage Manager: