Audition online and find out on the spot if you’ve been accepted in one of VFS's acting programs.


In partnership with Casting Workbook, Vancouver Film School is travelling the world online to offer you the chance to audition with VFS faculty, alumni, and industry professionals.

Gain valuable feedback and insight into your skills, then discover immediately if you’ve been accepted for the twelve-month Acting for Film & Television or four-month Acting Essentials programs at VFS.

If you’re ready to take the next step towards a career in acting, this is your moment!


**Please note this event is for ages 17+.

**Registrations must be COMPLETED 3 DAYS PRIOR to your audition date


To prepare for your audition, you must select and learn:

  • One monologue of your choice
  • One scene from the options found HERE

**Please note: Each selected piece can be no longer than ONE minute each.


About Casting Workbook & Virtual Casting Room

Casting Workbook is an industry-leading application suite that relays actor portfolio materials to talent agencies, casting directors, and production teams across cities and continents. The platform has helped cast more than 346,000 roles in film, television, commercial, and voice-over work, with clients including Netflix, ABC, Universal, and Disney.

Casting Workbook’s Virtual Casting Room (VCR) is tied seamlessly to a robust casting platform for production, casting, agents, and actors. Actors can be scheduled into secure virtual video waiting rooms to be directed, recorded, and shared. VCR is completely free for casting directors, agents, and actors.


Tour Dates:

**Please note: All times are local to city/country listed.


Friday, October 28, 2022 | **Sorry, the registration is now closed.**
10 a.m. – 2 p.m. PDT (Vancouver, BC)
(Registration closes 3 days prior to this date)


Tuesday, November 29, 2022 | Online
10 a.m. – 2 p.m. PDT (Vancouver, BC)
(Registration closes 3 days prior to this date)



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Don’t like waiting? No problem. You can submit a self-taped audition for us to review at any time. Call our Admissions office at 1-800-661-4101 to find out how.


What to prepare for your audition:

  • You must select and learn one monologue of your choice AND one scene from the options found HERE.
  • You need to submit a copy of the scene and monologue in advance for the audition reader to use.
  • Submit an actor resume, if you have one.
  • We will share more information with you on how to do this, once you have registered.

What to expect on audition day:

  • It is an on-camera audition, in front of a panel.
  • You will be in the virtual room for a maximum of 15 minutes.
  • You will be asked to present your two contrasting pieces (one monologue and one scene; not more than one minute each).
  • We will have a reader off-camera to be your scene partner.
  • Be ready to share and talk about your experiences as an actor or bring your creative resume.

Tips for the audition material:

  • Find contrasting material/scripts.
  • Look for a strong range in emotion/characters. For example, one comedy and one drama.
  • Find characters who are age appropriate (within casting range).
  • Memorize and rehearse the monologue and scene (two-person scenes are best).
  • Make the characters your own. Don’t recreate other actors’ performances.
  • Remember: the monologue and scene should be no more than one minute each.

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