As a follow up to our post on how we handle registration, here are some questions we’ve received from people over the past year and/or heard through the grapevine.
This is the age-old question, right up there with what is the meaning of life, and where do we go when we die?
Believe me when I say there is no easy answer to this question. And we get it all the time (or some variation of it).
Now that we’ve had our “new registration” process in place for a little over a year, we wanted to take a minute to answer some questions you may have about the process and shed some light on what happens “behind the curtain” after you’ve filled out the registration interest list.
It’s unusual that adults have to pay to be in a show. Sure, there are community theaters that have nominal dues for their members. But actual tuition to be in a show? It’s not very common.
I don’t actually get a lot of questions about AWT casting before people sign up for a show. What I do hear about are a lot of reactions after cast lists come out. And when I say “hear about” I mean, people rarely come to me with their thoughts, questions, feelings or concerns, but the AWT grapevine is strong and has many branches. It’s totally ok, casting is a touchy subject.