Students interested in learning more about the audition process should begin by filling out the Fine Arts Questionnaire. Juniors, this gives you a chance to introduce yourself, share some of your performance experience, and learn more about workshops and events. Seniors, in addition to these aforementioned reasons, you'll also be able to choose a date for your audition.
We encourage students to schedule an audition as soon as they feel ready at any point during their senior year. While there is a March 1 deadline, scheduling your audition in the fall or early in the spring semester will allow our department, the Admissions Office, and the Financial Aid Office to complete your full award package promptly. Financial Aid Offers will be held until after students audition.
- Actors perform 2 memorized contrasting MONOLOGUES OR a MONOLOGUE and a SHOW-TUNE. Performance should last 3-4 minutes and is followed by a short interview.
- Technicians meet with faculty and discuss experiences in technical theatre.
- An accompanist is not required for theatre auditions. You can use a pre-recorded accompaniment or a karaoke backing track.