Previous All City Auditors

Previous All City Auditors List

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shawn Grenier

Mystery Café Theater

Jacole Kitchen

San Diego REP

Carol Shamon

Shamon Freitas Agency

Jaysen Waller

Legoland California

Teresa Sapien

La Jolla Playhouse

Justin Jorgensen

New Village Arts

Ryan Kidd

Legoland California

D. Candis Paule

Candis Casting

Colleen Kollar-Smith

New Village Arts

Patrick Kelly

Circle Circle Dot Dot

Daren Scott

Candis Casting

Joshua Carr

Welk Resort Theatre

Jeff Wilson

SeaWorld San Diego

Jim Caputo

Scripps Ranch Theater

Ray Limon

Welk Resort Theatre

Danielle Prince

SeaWorld San Diego

Robert Meffe

San Diego State University

Justin Waldman

The Old Globe

Christine Callaway

SeaWorld San Diego

Maria Saradpon

Black Kat Theatre

Sherrie Colbourn

PowPAC

Ernie Scott

SeaWorld San Diego

Francis Thumm

Sledgehammer Theater

Lynn Wosley

PowPAC

Stephen Gelpi

SeaWorld San Diego

Dana Hooley

Sledgehammer Theater

Jerry Phalen

Freelance Director

Kira Lange

SeaWorld San Diego

Jill Townsend

San Diego Musical Theatre

Jason Heil

Freelance Director

Michael Wuffhart

Arimaw Productions

Douglas Friedman

KUSI

AJ Knox

Ocean Beach Ensemble Experiment

Staci Eakes

San Diego Zoo

Lorena Young

Fox5 San Diego

Jordan Peterson

Creative Element Group

Nat Faith

San Diego Zoo

Lana Hartwell

UCSD School of Medicine

Gregg Birkhimer

Creative Element Group

Kristina Clanton

San Diego Zoo Safari Park

Jill Gorrie

Freelance Director

Lydia Ford

Mo’olelo Performing Arts Company

Dimiter Marinov

NYC Fringe Festival Production

Amanda Schaar

New Fortune Theater Co.

Jacob Caltrider

Cygnet Theatre Company

Tudor Petrut

NYC Fringe Festival Production

John Tessmer

New Fortune Theater Co.

David Ellenstein

North Coast Repertory

Caitie Grady

Lamb’s Players Theatre

Justin Lang

New Fortune Theater Co.

Tisha Tumangan

Black Kat Theatre

Cynthia Gerber

Lamb's Players Theatre

Matt Thompson

New Fortune Theater Co.

Mary Anderson

PowPAC

Jessica Bird

Freelance Director

Matt Morrow

Diversionary Theatre

Dori Salois

Vantage Theatre

Robert Salerno

Vantage Theatre

Alana Blaylock

Peacock Productions

Allison Gardenswartz

Impact On Stage

Benjamin Cole

North Coast Repertory

Siobhan Sullivan-Crews

North Coast Repertory

Christy Yael-Cox

Intrepid Theatre

Sean Yael-Cox

Intrepid Theatre

Anthony Methvin

Diversionary Theatre

Kürt Norby

San Diego Lip Service

Ana Nieto

Freelance Director

Kristen Fogel

Poolhouse Project

George Bailey

Lamplighter Theatre

Mark Loveless

Lamplighter Theatre

Moriah Angeline

San Diego Lip Service

Udall Austin

Hully Gully Productions

All City Video Order

The 2015 All City Audition was held on March 30, 2015. Please come back in December 2015 for information on the 2016 All City Audition.

 

Purchase Video Clips

If you are interested in purchasing a video of yourself from the audition we have two options.
a. Unedited Cut- This is just your portion of the audition. $24
b. Edited Cut- This will be your cut with your name, the name of your pieces, and the AASD logo added to the   video.
All videos are reviewed via private YouTube link meaning only you and I have access to it. A downloadable file will also be emailed of your video. No videos will be publicized without the actor’s (or actor’s parent’s) permission.
All City Audition Video
Name of Actor
Name of Pieces

Teaching Artists

Directographer (Director/Choreographer)

Jill Gorrie

Jill Gorrie is an international choreographer, director and teaching  artist. She recently choreographed The 25th Annual Putnam County  Spelling Bee for Intrepid Shakespeare Company in San Marcos and  is currently choreographing Singin' in the Rain for San Diego Musical Theatre, which will be performed in May downtown at the Spreckels Theatre. Other choreography credits include: Gary Goldfarb: Master Escapist, which was performed off-Broadway as part of the prestigious New York Musical Theatre Festival; Romance Romance, Humbug Holiday Spectacular, and Man With A Load of Mischief (North Coast Repertory Theatre), Aida, Hairspray and Singin' in the Rain (Arts Center of Coastal Carolina), Gotta Get A Gimmick-Burlesque to Broadway (BB King's, NYC), The People Vs. Mona (Off- Broadway), Oklahoma and Hello Dolly (Westchester Broadway Theatre), A Little Night Music, Pal Joey and I Love A Piano (SDSU).

As a performer, Jill has danced at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, The St. James Theatre on Broadway, numerous regional theaters throughout the US, on Broadway national tours, and across Europe as the dance captain of the musical Grease. As resident director/choreographer, Jill works with the international tour of Grease, an ongoing production with which she has been affiliated for over 15 years. She has had the honor of restaging Grease productions in cities such as Berlin, Munich, Vienna, Zurich, Istanbul, and Byblos, Lebanon.

Jill is a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts (B.F.A. in Dance), and recently received her Master of Fine Arts Degree in Musical Theatre from San Diego State University. Her diverse teaching career spans The American Musical and Dramatic Academy (NYC), CAP21, New York University, San Diego State University, The American Academy of Ballet, Academie Danza (Modena, Italy), Abraxas Musical Akademie (Munich, Germany) and The South African Society for the Advancement of Dancing. Jill has served as an adjudicator, and guest teacher for dance organizations, competitions, conventions, theatre schools and private dance studios worldwide, having students go on to succeed in all aspects of the performance industry.

 


 

Music Director

Bradley Behrmann

Bradley J. Behrmann hails from Belleville, IL.  He graduated from Lawrence University in Appleton, WI, in 2004 with a B.Mus. in Music Education and a B.A. in English with a minor in Theatre Arts.  He now attends San Diego State University where he is pursuing his MFA in Musical Theatre.  An activist for fine arts education at all levels, Brad has taught at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Southwest Illinois College, and Missouri Baptist University, and he has served as Director of Music at Notre Dame High School in St. Louis since 2005.  Brad's diverse theatre credits include acting, directing, and music directing.  Favorite roles include Don Pedro in Much Ado About Nothing, Frank in Restoration, and Sebastian in The Tempest (St. Louis Shakespeare), as well as Man Bird in A Year with Frog & Toad, Dr. Craven in The Secret Garden, and Baron in Grand Hotel (Overdue Theatre Company).  Regionally, he premiered the roles of snowman-building Israel Swan in Cannibal! The Musical (Morning Star Productions) and reputation-smearing Britt Craig in Parade (R-S Theatrics).  Brad currently serves as Artistic Director for Youth Sing Praise, a week-long program for high school students combining musical theatre within a faith-based retreat; his first original musical—Just Pretend—will premiere there in June 2015.

 


 

Production Manager

Julia Cuppy

Brand new to San Diego, Julia Cuppy originally hails from Southern Oregon where she was a certified Theatre and English teacher and Producing Artistic Director for Grants Pass High Theatre Department. Over the last ten years, she has worked with 1000s of college and high school students, directed and produced over 40 theatrical productions and has been a member of many committees and state boards that strive to improve educational practices for all teachers.  Currently, she teaches acting to the undergraduates in San Diego State University Theatre Department. She is also a current graduate student in the SDSU's MFA Musical Theatre program.  In her free time, she works regionally as a musical theatre performer. Her most favorite roles include Kathy Seldon in Singin' in the Rain and Adelaide in Guys and Dolls.  Julia earned her Masters of Arts in Teaching with endorsements in Theatre and English Education and a BA in Theatre Performance from Southern Oregon University. She has also attended CAP 21, a musical theatre conservatory in NYC. Julia, her husband Adam and her two dogs, Walle (a golden retriever) and Penny (a dalmatian), are looking forward to becoming a part of the community in San Diego.

 

Cabaret Workshop

Actors Alliance of San Diego


presents

 

Flying Solo Cabaret Workshop


with

Over the course of this six (6) week program you work directly with Eileen on song choices, banter and script, and being yourself onstage. Prepare to play the most intricate, interesting, and difficult character, YOURSELF! Working with local Music Director, Korrie Palliotto, and Eileen Bowman participants will learn how to work with a Music Director, create engaging Banter, and piece music together to tell your story.

Workshop Location:

Culture Shock Dance Center
Studio 2

2110 Hancock Street #200
San Diego, CA 92110

Dates and Times:

Sundays from 7:00 to 10:00pm

September 20th and 27th

October 4th, 11th, and 18th

Performance:

Martinis Above Fourth

Tuesday, October 20, 2015 8:00pm

 

Minimum enrollment: 8 participants

Maximum enrollment: 12 participants

Costs:

AASD/SDACC Members: $200

Non-AASD/SDACC Members: $250

*Cost includes accompaniment for all the classes, space rental, and payment to instructors.

Register NOW! Spots Limited!


 

EILEEN BOWMAN was last seen as Gwendolyn Pigeon in The Odd Couple (Welk Resort Theatre).  Prior to that she was Velma Von Tussle in Hairspray (Welk Resort Theatre) and, before that, as Amy in Company (Cygnet Theatre Company).  Her other roles include Keely Stevens in Pete 'n' Keely, Miss Adelaide in Guys and Dolls, for which she won the San Diego Theatre Critics Circle Craig Noel Award, and the three leading ladies in Joe vs The Volcano, for which she also garnered a Craig Noel Award nomination (Lamb's Players Theatre).  She also appeared in the National Tour of The Art of Broadway as well as Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady, Marian in The Music Man and Lina Lamont in Singin' in the Rain (Starlight Musical Theatre).  She has done numerous national commercials as well as many television features. She has performed alongside Leigh Scarritt, Melinda Gilb, Danielle Forsgen, and Rayme Sciaroni in cabaret acts at Martinis Above Fourth. Eileen Bowman and Phil Johnson will be doing a wild night of theatrical entertainment at Martinis Above Fourth. Bowman and Johnson will perform songs from shows they’ve done in San Diego, outrageous comedy, as well as the sketch material they’ve performed at Casa del Haha, the San Diego sketch comedy show. With these two, you never know what will happen, so be ready for anything.
"Eileen Bowman...excellent voice, displaying impressive comic chops and wide vocal range."    Pat Launer - www.jazz88.org
"Eileen Bowman will nail every number and entertain....Bowman shines... croons, belts, and delivers. Her renditions of "Black Coffee" and especially "Wasn't It Fine" dive beneath the showbiz veneer and resonate."    Jeff Smith - San Diego Reader
"course we already know what Bowman can do whether singing low-down blues or soaring operatically. Both are extraordinary farceurs and I cannot imagine anyone better than they in this show."     Charlene Baldridge - Downtown News
"With her songbird vibrato and comic chops, Bowman has been a revelation in recent Lamb's musicals, and here she unleashes an even broader vocal range and gift for laughs. She belts with particular authority on one bluesy second-act tune that's introduced as a selection from the enthusiastic tippler Keely's solo album "On the Rocks"."   James Hebert - UT San Diego
Cabaret Workshop
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