ImpACT on Stage announces auditions for 2017-2018 company

Seeking: Actors of all races, genders, and abilities (ages 14 – 26) to join ImpACT on Stage’s company of ‘ImpACTors,’ a traveling troupe that performs social impact theater throughout San Diego County. We will be beginning our pilot program for colleges/universities this summer, so we are especially seeking college-aged actors!

Requirements: Experience in live performance (theater or improv); commitment to ImpACT’s mission of promoting compassion and kindness; minimum availability of one rehearsal plus one performance per month (middle and high-school students can receive excused absences per California Education code); comfort with difficult subject material (abuse, self-harm, sexual violence, etc.); improv experience a plus.

Benefits: This is a paid position! Student ImpACTors can also receive community service hours for their work. ImpACTors are frequently invited to attend, perform, and/or speak at conferences throughout the region—see for some examples of our media coverage. ImpACT also often brings in professionals from various industries to host master classes, and company members receive opportunities to attend exclusive performances and workshops.

Details: Auditions will take place in 15-minute increments on Sunday, May 30th, and Saturday, April 6th from 11am – 2pm near Downtown San Diego. Auditions are by appointment only; this is not an open call.

To Schedule an Appointment: Send a headshot and resume to Executive Director Jacob Gardenswartz (, who will help you book an audition slot and send you information about what to prepare. Audition slots will be scheduled on a first-come first-serve basis.

ImpACT on Stage is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to promote and enact social change through the use of live theater, by students for students. Through a variety of interactive, in-your-face performances in schools and universities, ‘ImpACTors’ share stories of inclusion and social justice, as well as providing strategies to foster safe and accepting communities. For more information, visit or email