Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to demystify the casting process and ask all the things you don’t have the time to ask when you meet the casting director for an audition.
Topics could include…how to prepare, accents to use, self- testing, major audition dos and don’ts or any other burning questions you may have.
Casting Directors to be announced! Stay tuned!
This event is only for Equity members who have purchased a two-day ticket to the conference.
How it will work:
Roundtable discussions are opportunities for performers to meet casting directors in a relaxed and informal environment and ask questions and have an exchange of opinion.
Each roundtable will run for 45 minutes and will include 10 people per table plus a Casting Director.
There will be morning and afternoon sessions on Sunday October 26 and Monday October 27 at the Sydney Theatre, Hickson Road, Walsh Bay.
Please note this is not an audition or an opportunity to pitch yourself. It is a discussion based information session and not project related.
Once you have purchased a conference ticket you can register your interest in the roundtables on this web page.
To be eligible you must be a financial Equity member and have bought a two-day pass to Equity 75: A Summit of Creativity and Diversity.
In the lead up to the conference the Equity Foundation will run a ballot and contact successful applicants about how they lock in their Roundtable time.
The Equity Foundation will do its best to place everyone who registers their interest however we cannot guarantee all applicants a spot on the round tables.
There will be approximately 60 places available over the two-days.
Buying a two-day conference pass DOES NOT guarantee access to a Roundtable.
Successful applicants will only be able to attend one Roundtable. Equity cannot guarantee your first preferred Roundtable will be available.
Two ballots will be drawn – the first ballot will be drawn from those who purchased an Early Bird Ticket.
Equity strives for diversity to be celebrated
The Equity Foundation recognises the diversity of the Australian performer community and seeks to encourage a more realistic representation of Australian society on our stages and screens. To this end the Equity Foundation strongly encourages applications from performers of varied experiences, perspectives and circumstances including performers from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and performers with disabilities.