Local Auditions for Bay Street Theater's 2023 Mainstage Season will be held on Saturday, February 4, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Bay Street Theater.
Equity Principal Audition
Date of Audition
Saturday, February 4, 2023—AEA 10 a.m.–3 p.m.
Bay Street Theater
1 Long Wharf
Corner of Bay Street and Main Street
Sag Harbor, NY 11963
Scott Schwartz—Artistic Director
John Sullivan—Associate Producer
LORT $926.00 per week
M/F Actors. Refer to Breakdown HERE.
1 Contemporary Monologue, no longer than 2 minutes. 16 bars of a song in the legit, contemporary musical theater or classical style for those who wish to demonstrate singing skill—no pop or rock songs please.
Stage Manager Submissions
Stage Managers, who wish to be considered for the season, may submit materials to https://forms.gle/HXe5ePCuXHF2m6yv8
Click on the provided link on the webpage to submit your resume and cover letter.
Equity contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to submit.
Bay Street Theater welcomes performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, abilities/exceptionalities, and body types. Actors of diverse cultural and racial backgrounds are encouraged to apply. In addition to genders listed in character breakdowns, we are actively seeking transgender and non-binary performers for all roles.
Actors with local housing strongly encouraged to attend.
Commitment to Anti-Racism
We are resolved to explicitly and publicly affirm our identity as an anti-racist theater and cultural arts center.
We are resolved that our anti-racism commitment be reflected in the life and culture of the arts, our actions, programs, and educational outreach as we continue to learn about racism.
We acknowledge that racism can be unconscious or unintentional, and that growing awareness of our personal biases is a life-long process. As an organization committed to anti-racism, we vow to purposefully identify, discuss, and challenge issues of race and color, and the impacts they have on our theater, its governance, and its people. We commit to challenging ourselves to understand and correct any inequities that may occur, and thereby gain a better understanding of ourselves during this purposeful process.
We resolve to develop and implement strategies that dismantle racism within all aspects of our organization, the performing arts, education, and our community. We firmly believe in the fruits of that commitment: A Bay Street Theatre where all people and perspectives are safe, valued, and heard.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Policy
Bay Street Theater (BST) is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. We embrace these pillars of excellence as crucial to building communities where everyone feels a healthy sense of belonging. Bay Street is committed to honoring, nurturing, and advancing such a community through the performing arts. Bay Street will promote diversity, equity and inclusion, and equal opportunity in all aspects of its programming, services, and organization. Inclusion means a commitment to making all members of the community feel welcome and comfortable at Bay Street Theater, as well as creating an environment where everyone’s ideas and viewpoints are heard and valued.
Bay Street believes that its core values are strengthened when all members have a voice and are encouraged to contribute. Diversity, equity and inclusion are an active process that requires continuous commitment to promote healthy people, healthy communities and the overall success of present and future generations.
Our values are realized through or by:
- Fostering a culture of open-mindedness, compassion, and inclusiveness among individuals and groups.
- Actively building a community whose members have diverse cultures, backgrounds, and life experiences.
- Providing effective leadership in the development, coordination, implementation and assessment of a comprehensive array of programs and services to promote diversity and understanding of differences.
- Creating and maintaining opportunities for engagement, education, and discourse related to issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- Identifying competencies that are essential to creating environments enriched with diverse views and people.
- Providing educational opportunities toward the development of socially responsible leaders who are willing to engage in the discourse and decision-making that can lead to transformational change toward learning, achievement, healthy people and healthy communities.
- Honoring freedom of expression, ideals of citizenry, and civility of discourse as fundamental to personal, professional, and organizational growth.
- Challenging and dismantling systemic oppression.
- Promoting social justice and diversity in all BST activities addressing issues related, but not limited to, race, ethnicity, culture, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, ability, national origin, veteran status, social economic class, religion, and professional status; and coordinate educational resources and opportunities for its’ members.
- Respecting and valuing all dimensions of diversity in hiring, promotion, job assignment, development opportunity, and compensation decisions and actions.
The following organizations have partnered in many ways with Bay Street Theater. For some without brick and mortar, Bay Street has provided a home for their creative work. For others, Bay Street’s partnership created joint programming opportunities for our diverse audiences. Together, Bay Street and these organizations have worked together to create a more diverse and inclusive community. This remains as one of the key pillars of Bay Street’s mission and is reviewed continuously in order to do better each year.
American Music Festival
Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival
Bridgehampton Childcare Center
East End Special Players
East Hampton Historical Society
Eastville Community Historical Society
Goat on a Boat
Hamptons Arts Network
Hamptons Doc Fest
HamptonsFilm: Home of the Hamptons International Film Festival
NYC Children's theater
Organización Latino-Americana of Eastern Long Island
Over 60 Schools across Long Island
Parrish Art Museum
Perlman Music Program
Pollock-Krasner House & Study Center
Sag Harbor Ambulance Corps
Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center
Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum
Shinnecock Nation Cultural Center & Museum
South Fork Bakery
Southampton African American Museum
Southampton Arts Center
Southampton Cultural Center
Southampton History Museum
The Dan Flavin Art Institute, Dia Art Foundation, Bridgehampton
The Watermill Center
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center