Narrative Directors Roundtable: Stonehenge Auditions

The Narrative Directors’ Roundtables are open to the general public. They provide an opportunity for directors and those who are interested in working with directors to network and learn about strengthening their skills. Narrative Directors Roundtables frequently feature special guest speakers from all aspects of the creative world.

Stonehenge Auditions 2019 - Session One - March 4, 2019

For this month's Narrative Directors’ Roundtable, WIFV is co-hosting one of two sessions for this year's Stonehenge Auditions (the second session will be during this month's Talent Roundtable on March 28th).

Stonehenge is a mass audition where actors get videotaped delivering 90-second film and TV monologues in rapid succession in front of dozens of filmmakers and casting directors who need talent for upcoming projects. Producers and actors have reported over 1,500 roles in over 600 projects being cast starting with auditions at Stonehenge since it started in 2005.

Actors must pre-register for the event and timeslots are chosen by lottery.  You must register via this page by Friday, February 22, 2019 at 1:00 pm to be included in the lottery for Session One. Lottery results for Session One will be emailed no later than Monday, February 25, 2019.

Additionally, they should bear the following details in mind:

  • Actors must be 18 years or older to audition

  • All actors will be videotaped and need to sign a release. If you don't want to be taped, please don't register.

  • Unlike previous years, physical headshots and resumes will not be required, but you will need to upload your headshot and resume to a Drop Box folder (the link will be provided in registration confirmation email)

For additional details, please visit Team Jabberwocky's Actor FAQ on the event.

Filmmakers, casting directors, talent agents, etc. (who we're collectively calling "producers" for the sake of brevity), do not need to pre-register. However space is limited so registering ahead of time is encouraged.

Visit www.wifv.org for further information.