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How to Audition
The Department of Theatre and Dance holds separate auditions for each production in our season. Audition paperwork will be made available on this page prior to all auditions and must be filled out before audition day. Students will receive an audition time after they submit their audition paperwork.
On audition day, performers will enter the space one at a time and each performer will have about 90 seconds to present their audition materials. An accompanist will be available at auditions for musicals, and there will also be a speaker and an aux cord for those using instrumental tracks.
What to Prepare
This may change depending on the production, but the below is typically true:
- For a play, actors should prepare two short monologues.
- For a musical, actors should prepare one short monologue and a 16-32 bar cutting of a song in the musical theatre style.
Monologues may be comedic or dramatic. Those auditioning are encouraged to present contrasting pieces. If you are using an instrumental karaoke track, please remember to bring your phone and any adapter that you may need. If you are using sheet music, please bring it in the proper key and clearly marked.
If callbacks are held for a production, they are typically scheduled for the day after the final day of auditions for that production. Performers will be notified directly via email if they are needed for callbacks. A callback does not guarantee a role in the production. Similarly, if a student is not called back, it does not mean they will not be cast.
Cast lists for productions are posted as soon as possible following auditions and callbacks and will be made available via email and on our Facebook page.
For a full list of our audition and casting policies, please click here.