Tips On Auditioning For Voice Students – Where to Audition Locally


Tips On Auditioning For Voice Students – Where to Audition Locally

Once you have reached a place in your study of voice you may decide to take your craft to the next level.  You may want to perform for fun or try to make a career of it. I love teaching singers and I especially love it when my students want to perform professionally. Knowing where and how to begin can save you a lot of trouble down the road.  Here are a few local places to start auditioning and take the first steps in your career.

At the beginning of each season I go through each theater company within driving distance and map out what I want to audition for that year.  These are the companies I look through all are within distance of my home in Santa Clarita and have open auditions which you can attend even if you are not union.

Cedar Street Theater, Lancaster

Its only Tuesday Productions, Lancaster

Canyon Theater Guild, Santa Clarita

Repertory East Playhouse, Santa Clarita

Actors’ Repertory Theatre of Simi

Cabrillo Music Theatre, Thousand Oaks (Can join audition email list)

Conejo Players, Thousand Oaks (Can Join audition email list)

Gilbert & Sullivan Rep. Co., Thousand Oaks

Comedy Tonight Productions, Ventura

Camarillo Community Theatre, Camarillo

Morgan Wixon Theatre, Santa Monica (Can join audition email list)

music West Inc.

Musical Theater West

Glendale Center Theatre

The Chance Theatre, Ahaheim

Performance Riverside

There are lots of other website which can be very useful in finding auditions.  The following are often used by professional and amateur musicians and have proven very helpful to me.


Several other local places that have open auditions include theme parks, choirs, caroling groups, church jobs and more. This is just a small grouping to give you an idea of what else is out there I recommend you search more for what particularly fits your interests.



Magic Mountain 

Knots Berry Farm

Universal Studios

Los Angeles Master Chorale

Pacific Chorale

San Fernando Master Chorale

Candle Light Carolers 

Charles Dickens Carolers


Hope this helps

Stephanie Klimek


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