You may attend these auditions if you have a permanent residence in Alabama or if you're currently enrolled at a school in Alabama. If not, go back and find your assigned state of audition.
SETC Screening Auditions in Alabama:
October 28-29, 2016
University of Alabama Birmingham
Applications Open: September 15, 2016
Applications Close: October 12, 2016, Noon Eastern Time
Download and print the SETC Online Application Instructions. These instructions will walk you through the online application process.
Following the instructions you downloaded from above, compete and submit the SETC Online Application by noon Eastern Time of your state's deadline: October 12, 2016.
You will receive your audition number approximately one week after the deadline. As you wait for your audition number from SETC, download these important tips and helpful hints to help you prepare for your SETC screening audition:
Wait to hear back from SETC regarding your screening audition. If you are passed on to audition at SETC in the spring, you must register for the 68th Annual SETC Convention and pay your spring audition fee by Nov. 14, 2016, at noon Eastern Time.
The 68th Annual SETC Convention will be held March 1-5, 2017, in Lexington, KY. Audition dates are March 2-4 (Thursday, Friday and Saturday). You will be assigned to one of those dates based on the block of availability for which you are eligible.
The total cost of convention registration, SETC membership, and the spring audition fee will be: $160 for students and $253 for adults.
Please direct questions regarding SETC Professional Screening Auditions in Alabama to:
Alabama Screenings Coordinator
Email ND Seibel
Please direct questions regarding the SETC Application Process to:
April J'Callahan Marshall
SETC Professional Services
Email April at SETC
2016 SETC Screening Application Deadlines
Alabama: Oct. 28-29
Florida: Nov. 4-5
Georgia: Oct. 14-15
Kentucky: Nov. 12-13
Mississippi: Nov. 19-20
North Carolina: Oct 13-14
South Carolina: Nov. 12
Tennessee: Oct. 22-23
Virginia: Oct. 28-29
West Virginia: Nov. 5