Auditions & Artist Calls

AUDITIONS - Dark Sense

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Audition Date: September 8, 2019 at 2:30 pm

Auditions Location:  Apollon Art Space, 1801 Vinton Street, Omaha

Performance Dates: October 12, 25 & 26

Dark Sense, led by Fred Kracke, is an excursion into the potential manifestations of psychic phenomena.

One additional role is needed as the assistant during the show. The character is an Eastern European female. Auditions will consist of cold readings. Dates needed for performance are 10/12, 10/25 & 10/26.

Director: Fred Kracke

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October Art Show - Dark & Mysterious

The Apollon is seeking artists to show their art in a themed art show. The upcoming theme of the show is “Dark and Mysterious”. We are looking for art that fits with this theme.

Artwork selected for the show will be displayed at the Apollon from October 4th through November 1st. Please contact Heather at for more information.

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November/December Art Show - Holiday at Hogwarts

More information announced soon.


The Apollon is currently seeking Creative Leads, Directors and 3-5 individuals to participate on collaborative creative teams for our 2020 main productions.

If you are interested in participating on the team, please submit a letter of interest with a brief summary of your artistic and production experience or a resume to


Are you in the music scene? The Apollon is seeking performers or groups to perform in our space.  This could include small orchestral groups, individual performers or even bands of a variety of genres.  Performances would be acoustic or semi acoustic with limited amplification.  In addition, we are also seeking a coordinator/producer of the Unplugged program.



The Apollon is currently is seeking one to two teaching artists to help develop an art and theatre program and to teach the program. These may involve theatre, visual arts, music, dance or some combination.  The teaching artist would be responsible for developing the program and curriculum, helping to prepare grant applications, and some community outreach in order to promote the program. It is anticipated that the program would take place part time two to three days a week.

A stipend would be provided.

If you are interested in learning more or being a teaching artist at the Apollon, please send an email or resume to