San Jose Playhouse holds one General Audition each year and auditions for productions and events throughout the year as needed.
Join our e-list and check the “casting and auditions” group to receive job and casting notices.
If we have active auditions taking place now, information will be listed below.
12/01/22: Submissions for our 2023 General Auditions are no longer being accepted as the deadline for submission was 10/30/22. However, you are welcome to submit your materials in consideration for individual projects by using the form on this page. In the event that roles becoming available, the producers may reach out to have you audition. To be sure you receive notification of our next general audition, please join our e-list and select the “casting/auditions” group.
Rehearsals are typically 10am-5pm, 6 days a week for three or four weeks prior to opening depending on production. Tech week is typically 1pm-10pm.
Performances are typically Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 7:30pm and Saturdays and Sundays at 2:30pm
Rehearsals are typically scheduled based on actor availability either during the day or in the evenings plus weekends for a short and fast process of 1-2 weeks for these 45-minute musicals.
Performances are typically Saturdays and Sundays at 11:00am, 1:30pm, and sales meriting, 4:00pm. Special evening performances are sometimes scheduled (e.g. for Halloween.)
The deadline to submit in consideration for our 2023 General Auditions has now passed but submissions for individual projects are welcome year-round.
Video auditions will be accepted through October 30, 2022. AEA and non-AEA artists should follow the submission guidelines below to apply:
For those electing to submit using your own song, you do not need to reference the following. For those electing to submit using songs provided, here are links to download sheet music and accompaniment:
“No One Else” from Natasha Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812
“Far From the Home I Love” from Fiddler on the Roof
“Sunrise Sunset” from Fiddler on the Roof
“Miracle of Miracles” from Fiddler on the Roof