Back from the audition.
The manager and his assistants were very impressed. (even though I was a little nervous and messed up a little bit here and there...but hey, I'm human, and I covered quite well)
Before I showed a few effects, the manager flat out told me that he is unsure if magic is right for a theater environment...what he means, and he explained himself is that there is a fairly short window as to when patrons arrive at the theater, then move to their seats, and he does not know if having a mass of people crowding in the lobby is such a great idea. I agree with him in those regards. I basically told him that what I do involves moving from small groups of people to another group doing a couple effects for each group, lasting a few minutes each.
I then showed them Liquid Metal, then ACR, then some spongeballs, then some slight coin work. Everybody was very impressed and the manager took my business card and link to my website and he said is going to be in contacts with some people to get me some gigs!
Sounds promising, anyways, overall things went fairly well, I am definitely going to get back to practicing some more and honing my skills as much as I can and wait to hear back from the theater manager!