Midsummer Youth Auditions

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Please read before registering:

The audition process can be a wonderful experience and life lesson when approached with the proper expectations and parental support.

•  Students are not auditioning to perform a certain role, but rather to be part of the overall production. We value each role’s contribution to the performance. Students are expected to accept the role(s) in which they are cast. Not all students may be cast. Please consider this before auditioning.

•  Review conflicts with the attendance policy before auditioning.  Students commit to attend all rehearsals, costume fittings, and performances. Absences may result in recasting of role(s). Production Weeks include evening rehearsals between approximately 4:00-9:00 pm and require that students will need to be excused from school for daytime Final Dress Rehearsals or School Shows (at least 2 and up to 4 times over the 2 production weeks). If you feel your child is too young or is otherwise unable to handle this schedule, please do not have them audition.

•  Casting decisions are at the sole discretion of Ballet Nebraska. Casting for a large production is very complex and no special requests are permitted. Students disputing casting decisions or quitting, by choice or absence, will not participate in this performance and must sit out one production before being able to audition again for a community role.

•  By auditioning for a role in Ballet Nebraska’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, you are agreeing to the information contained in the MIDSUMMER INFORMATION PACKET 2018.  These rules allow the production to run smoothly and provide a positive experience for all.

Read the following documents before registering:


*Dancers under age 18 must be registered by a parent or legal guardian.
Registration deadline: Jan. 29