Top Billing Entertainment Performance Academy Aladdin Jr. Fall 2020 Audition Form
We are excited you are joining us! Please help us save time at auditions by completing this form before arriving. You will not be considered for a role until this form is complete. We will not share this information. Please contact Kristina Keener Ivy with any questions at kkivy@topbillingent.org or 626-963-1300.
Performer's Name *
Performer's Email *
Performer's Phone Number *
Performer's Age *
Performer's Height
Performer's T-shirt Size *
Performer's Pant Size
Sex
Siblings/Family Members I need to be in same cast with:
Parent/Guardian's Name *
Parent/Guardian's Phone *
Parent/Guardian's Email
Address *
List any physical limitations that might affect performer's movement or vocal capability:
List any medical conditions or special accommodations the perform may need during rehearsals and performances:
Vocal Range?
Sing Harmony?
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Conflict Dates - please list any rehearsal or performance conflicts here. If you do not list them now and miss more than three required rehearsals, you may lose your role or lose a performance. We do our best to change the rehearsal schedule to accommodate conflicts, but need to know now at the start of the rehearsal process. (We only rehearse Thursdays or Friday nights, Saturday afternoons-evening, Sunday afternoons-evening.)
Are you willing to provide costumes pieces for yourself either from your own wardrobe or purchased?
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Musical Theatre/Dramatic Training and Experience:
Musical Instrument or Vocal Training and Experience:
Dance and Other Relevant Training and Experience:
How did you hear about auditions?
Optional Affirmative Action Survey
We will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, parental status, or any other legally protected status in any of our policies, programs and practices, including our admission policies, selection of board members, scholarship programs, and hiring and retention of faculty and staff. In an effort to help us comply with legal record keeping requirements regarding Affirmative Action, we ask that you complete the information requested below. Please be advised that your completion of this form is NOT part of your official application. It is considered confidential information. Refusal to provide this information will have no bearing on your application and will not subject you to any adverse treatment. If you choose to participate by completing the following questions, we thank you for your cooperation.
Race/National Origin – Check the box below that corresponds to the category that best identifies your race/ethnicity. IMPORTANT: If you check the “Two or more races” box, please also check ALL boxes that identify your race/ethnicity.
Veteran Status - Please check all boxes below that apply. Identification of veteran status is essential for effective affirmative action data collection and analysis. If you choose to identify your veteran status, the information you provide will be used for statistical purposes only.
Disability Status – Please check the below box if applicable. The ADA's first definition of disability states that a disabled person is someone who has a mental or physical impairment that prevents participation in major life activities. If an individual has a record or history of such an impairment, he is considered disabled. Finally, if the individual is regarded as having a mental or physical impairment, the individual is considered disabled under the ADA's first definition of disability. The ADA defines a physical impairment as a physiological disorder or condition, anatomical loss, or cosmetic disfigurement that impacts one or more body systems. The ADA defines a mental impairment as any psychological or mental disorder, such as emotional or mental illness, mental retardation, organic brain syndrome, and learning disabilities. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and ADA regulations do not offer a list of all the specific conditions that are considered impairments because it is difficult to be comprehensive. Also, it will be difficult to include the new disorders that may develop in the future.
What was your total household income before taxes during the past 12 months?
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Total Household Members
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