audition

 Phil Wong in A Bag of Dickens. Photo by James Jordan Pictures.

Phil Wong in A Bag of Dickens. Photo by James Jordan Pictures.

KML General Auditions are coming up Sunday, September 9th, 2018! 

DETAILS:

When: Sunday, September 9th with slots available from 10am-4:50pm.

Callbacks: Monday, September 10th from 6pm-9pm.

What To Prepare: 1-2 minutes of something funny. It can be a monologue, some jokes, a series of original characters, impressions, etc. Whatever it is, please be memorized and do not exceed two minutes.

We have a limited number of spots available, and they will fill up. When they do, we'll start a waitlist. 

Non-AEA only.

To schedule an audition, send your headshot and resume to auditions@killingmylobster.com

MORE ABOUT KML:
Killing My Lobster has been creating fast, smart, fearless sketch comedy that makes people laugh for 21 years. We believe in paying everyone who works on each show -- writers, actors, choreographers, vocal coaches, stage managers, directors, etc.

Each production is a collaborative effort between the members of each specific team, and material is written to the strengths of the actors. We believe in fostering growth in our collaborators, and you'll find that most KML head writers and directors have also been KML actors and writers. We are a company of thoughtful risk-takers, we laugh all day, and we're ferociously organized. 


write

 A writers' meeting for "KML: Under Pressure" Photo by James Jordan Pictures

A writers' meeting for "KML: Under Pressure" Photo by James Jordan Pictures

All of KML's writers come through KML Sketch Comedy Writing 1 & 2 classes. Even if you're an experienced writer, taking these writing classes is required to be a writer at KML. We work very quickly and within particular guidelines outlined in our curriculums, and skipping them would mean starting at a great disadvantage. 

Note that taking those classes does not, however, guarantee you a spot in the KML writing pool.

Over the course of a year many, many writers come through our doors and only a select few will enter our writing pool, but rest assured we are paying attention and observe the final class reads of most Sketch Writing 1 and all Sketch Writing 2 classes to look for prospective writers and do consider each student.

You can find more information on our writing classes here.

Questions? Email us at admin@killingmylobster.com