Audition FAQs

What shows are currently being cast?
Auditions for upcoming shows

Where do I audition?
South Carolina Children’s Theatre
153 Augusta Street
Greenville, SC 29601

How do I prepare for an audition?
Each audition will differ based on the type of show, the cast needed, and the director’s requirements. Therefore, you must check the specific Audition Call for each specific production you are interested in. Audition requirements will be posted on the audition page of our website. If auditioning for a musical for the first time, you may want to review this document for tips on choosing your audition song. If you have further questions regarding auditions, email SCCT Production Stage Manager Meghan Kegeris at

Do I have to take classes at SCCT to audition?
Not at all! You are not required to take SCCT classes to audition or be cast in a production. We do, however, encourage participating in theatre training. It’s like any other form of training. It takes practice to hone the craft – the more you do it, the better you get.

What do I wear to my audition?
When preparing for your audition appointment, please always dress neatly and comfortably.

What do I wear to a dance call?
Most musical auditions will include learning and performing a short dance. In this case, you would want to wear comfortable clothing and appropriate shoes that will allow you to move. Skirts/dresses and open-toed shoes are not recommended.

How do I know if I am cast?
Every auditionee will be notified by email as to whether they have been cast or not.

How does my child get involved in SCCT?
Auditioning is a great introduction to South Carolina Children’s Theatre, but the best ways to get involved at SCCT are by participating in classes or volunteering. Both ways provide the opportunity to learn the essentials of bringing a production to life.

If I can’t attend the auditions, can I still be considered?
Absolutely! If you can’t attend in person, you can submit a video audition by emailing SCCT Production Stage Manager Meghan Kegeris at Here are some guidelines for creating your video.

What kind of time commitment is required if cast?
Rehearsal times vary based on the type of production, directors, and individual roles. Most rehearsals are scheduled on Sunday, from 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm, and Monday through Thursday, from 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm the two months leading up to opening night. Rehearsal schedules are subject to change.