Boston Cannons Dancers

South Shore YMCA Quincy, MA
79 Coddington St.
Organization or Choreographer
Major League Lacrosse's "Boston Cannons"
Suggested Attire
Please wear neat workout attire in the form of shorts/skirt and a sports bra, flesh-colored nylons or tights, sneakers or jazz shoes. Hair and makeup should be 'game-day ready' (think glam). Hair must be down (no pony tails, buns, braids, or undoes).
Fee for Audition
Yes,  $30
Audition Dates
April 5, 2020, 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm

The Boston Cannons Dancers are a professional dance team that performs at all Boston Cannons Home Games at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Quincy, MA. Dancers are paid a flat rate for game days & an hourly rate for community appearances.

-high school graduate or GED. 18+ years old.
-possess dance/cheer experience
-be able to attend practice once a week in Quincy, Mondays 7-10pm from April-Aug 2020.
-be available for community appearances from April 2020-Feb 2021.
-be able to attend 5 weekend home games from June-Aug 2020 in Quincy, MA.
-if selected for the team, dancers must additionally be able to attend a mandatory orientation that will take place at the Boston Cannons Main Office in Quincy on Wednesday April 15, 2020 from 6-8pm.

-current 5×7 headshot (will not be returned)
-professional resume
-dance resume
-pen & planner
-neat warm up suit
-plenty to drink
-snacks and/or a lunch
-$30 registration fee



King Richard’s Faire

BCA Calderwood Pavillion
527 Tremont Street
Organization or Choreographer
King Richard’s Faire
Fee for Audition
Audition Dates
April 25, 2020, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
April 26, 2020, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Seeking cast and crew for the 2020 season of King Richard’s Faire, THE New England Renaissance Festival. The Faire seeks cast and crew for the entire season, running weekends and Monday holidays from September 5th through October 25th in the enchanted woods of Carver, Mass.

Please audition for:

  • Village Cast Members, including a free four-weekend theatre training program
  • Musicians: all types, including but not limited to trumpeters, violinists, bagpipers, drummers, Celtic bands, and keyboardists
  • Acrobats, jugglers and stilt walkers
  • Street performers
  • Singers and dancers
  • Specialty acts
  • Actors and actresses
  • Musical comedy performers
  • Entertainment staff


Actors and singers must prepare one monologue and two contrasting songs to be performed acappella. Please bring a current photo and resume if available.

To schedule an audition time or for more details, email or call 952-238-9915. Walk-ins welcome on a space-available basis; appointments preferred. Visit for Faire information.