2019-2020 Open Call Auditions!
Auditions for Mary Poppins will be announced soon!
Auditions are held in Studio A, Nashville Rep’s rehearsal hall at Nashville Public Television, 161 Rains Ave, 37203, one block from the Tennessee State Fairgrounds.
Apply here to be an actor in the Ingram New Works Festival or Labs!
Creating a Safe and Productive Work Environment
Nashville Repertory strives to provide and maintain a work place environment free from discrimination based on sex, race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, age, disability, sexual orientation, and any other class protected by law. Harassment based on these characteristics is a form of unlawful discrimination when submission to or rejection of this conduct affects an individual’s employment, unreasonably interferes with an individual’s work performance or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment.
Nashville Rep considers discriminatory harassment to be a form of employee misconduct and considers this type of misconduct to be a serious offense which will not be tolerated. Allegations of discriminatory harassment will be investigated thoroughly and if substantiated, will be met with appropriate corrective and/or disciplinary action commensurate with the seriousness of the offense(s), and in accordance with state and federal law.
This policy applies to all employees of the theater, which includes staff and actors hired on a per-show basis; volunteers, and the Board of Trustees, and prohibits harassment, discrimination, and retaliation whether engaged in by fellow employees, by a supervisor or manager, or by someone not directly connected to the theater (e.g., a patron).
All staff, actors, technicians, and volunteers will be asked to review and sign a disclosure of our full policy which will become a part of the employment contract.
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
“Nashville Repertory Theatre is committed to creating an equitable, diverse, and inclusive organization and community. We can only maintain excellence by recruiting and retaining a diverse group of artists, audiences, supporters, staff, and board, and by sharing our resources in a way that supports the success of all stakeholders.”