Southern Rep Theatre’s mission is to bring people together through celebrating the history, stories, struggles and aspirations of the diverse cultures and communities that make New Orleans strong and vibrant. We will be a theatre for all people, creating shared experiences that prompt conversation, spark creativity, nurture empathy and ignite the imagination. By bringing people together through our inclusive theatre, we will help strengthen our community and foster a just society.
Southern Rep Theatre actively seeks opportunities to engage with ideas, cultures, traditions and people that reflect the diversity of our world in order to create relevant, visceral and authentic theatre experiences for our community. Our commitment to Equity, Diversity and Inclusion is reflected in ALL of our artistic and administrative practices.
Founded in 1986, Southern Rep Theatre is an award-winning, critically-acclaimed regional theatre company that produces bold world premieres, the best of Broadway and off-Broadway and classic plays. Through our Mainstage Season, Lagniappe Series/new play development and Arts Education and Professional Development Programs, Southern Rep entertains, educates and engages audiences with accessible, high-quality productions.
A mainstay of New Orleans’ arts industry for more than 28 years, Southern Rep Theatre is working to promote a stronger, more vibrant, creative community, to encourage a higher quality of life for city residents, and to enhance the city’s longstanding legacy as a hub for culturally important, innovative theatre and art.
Employment and Auditions
Audition notices for individual productions and for city-wide auditions are posted here, on our social media pages, through the New Orleans Theater Network and with AEA. Check back regularly for updates. Click below to be added to our mailing list to receive press releases about open calls and get info about auditions. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Southern Rep encourages collaboration by partnering with business groups, environmental advocates, social clubs, academic departments, government organizations, museums, non-profits, media conglomerates, and community coalitions to better engage populations who may be unaccustomed to supporting the arts.