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Non-Union Auditions for Rock of Ages at Take Two Productions

at Take Two Productions in St. Louis, MO

Take Two Productions is happy to announce auditions for its summer 2018 show, Rock of Ages.

Auditions are by appointment only. Please visit to sign up and view character descriptions.

Saturday, March 3, 2018: Group 1 – 1:30-3:15 PM / Group 2 – 3:30-5:15 PM
Monday, March 5, 2018: Group 3 – 6:30-8:15 PM

Fri. June 29 / Sat. June 30 / Sun. July 1 (matinee) / Thurs. July 5 / Fri. July 6 / Sat. July 7

Auditions will be held at Oak Hill Presbyterian Church, 4111 Connecticut Street, St. Louis 63116. Street parking is available on Oak Hill Avenue or Connecticut, or in the church lot on Connecticut. Enter through red doors on Oak Hill Avenue (follow the signs).

The casting for Take Two shows is very competitive, but we do everything we can to make auditions fun and stress-free. We’ve been there! Just relax and show us what you’ve got. We want you to do your best.

Since Rock of Ages is all popular ’80s rock music, the music director will be providing specific selections for the music audition. (Sheet music will be available on the Take Two site shortly.)

Come dressed for a dance audition.

Bring your calendar so you can provide us with all of your conflicts. Having conflicts will not necessarily rule anyone out – however, it’s imperative to know those conflicts from day one.

Resumes and headshots are helpful, but not required.

Come to auditions at least 15-30 minutes before your scheduled time so you can complete the necessary paperwork. Typically our auditions run very quickly, and sometimes ahead of schedule. You are welcome to come early, and if there are cancellations or no-shows we will work you in early.

Don’t be late. If you’re late, you may have to wait until there is time in the schedule to audition. If we’re completely booked, you may not get to audition at all. We can’t make any exceptions.

Auditionees under the age of 18 are required to bring a parent with them to auditions. If cast, you will need a parent’s permission to participate in the production. Parents may be required to attend some meetings/rehearsals.

All performers being called back will receive an email if an email address is provided (if not, they will receive a phone call). Not being called back does not necessarily mean you are not being considered for a role, it just means those casting the show don’t need to see anything further.

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