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Theatre Arts Academic Requirements
All declared BA/BS students on the 2018-19 DCP are required to complete a production interview, with the option of an audition.
All declared concentrated BA students on the 2017-18 or earlier DCP who have not passed Sophomore Hearing are required to complete a Production Interview, with the option of an audition. All declared concentrated BA students on the 2017-18 or earlier DCP who have passed Sophomore Hearing are required to complete a Production interview or an Audition based on their accepted track.
All declared BFA majors are required to complete a production interview and an audition.
All accepted BFA majors are required to complete an audition, with the option to Interview.
Theatre minors and INDS in Fine Arts - Theatre cognate students are not required to complete an audition or production interview beyond the requirements of their DCP but are welcome to do so.
Auditions & Production Interviews
All Students (THEA Majors & Non-Majors)
Jan. 12, 2019
Auditions - Black Box Theater
9 a.m. | Last names Q-Z
10 a.m. | Last names I-P
11 a.m. | Last names A-H
Production Interviews - Tower Theater Green Room
9 a.m.-12 p.m. | All Students (Drop-In Times)
1-3 p.m. | All Students (Drop-In Times)
The following will be required for Academic Auditions:
16 bars of music from any ANNIE GET YOUR GUN song
Sheet music must be properly marked with start and stop points
Sheet music must be presented in a 3-ring binder
30-second Contemporary Dramatic Monologue
Declared and Accepted BA/BS/BFA Majors are also required to provide the following:
Updated headshot and resume (this will be returned to the student upon completion of casting)
All callbacks will begin at 1 p.m on Jan. 12, 2019.
The Encounter: Radio Drama Interviews
Jan. 15, 2019, 2-5 p.m.
Green Hall 1878, Conference Room
Looking for writers to explore new storylines! If interested in writing and world building, please email Mr. Nelson, firstname.lastname@example.org, to schedule a 10-minute interview. At the time of the interview please bring a sample of your writing (i.e. short story or pages from a play). This semester The Encounter is looking at developing new storylines for future production. Looking to bring 1-3 writers on board.
Fall auditions are usually held on the two nights before classes start in August.
All fall academic shows are usually auditioned at the same time.
Spring auditions are usually held in January.
All spring academic shows are usually auditioned at the same time.
Monologues/songs may not contain profane language or any type of sexual innuendo.
An accompanist is provided for musical auditions.
Callbacks, if necessary, are usually posted the night of auditions.
Cast lists are usually posted by the end of the audition week.
If cast, you must initial beside your name on the cast sheet to indicate an acceptance of a role.
Students who are cast must enroll in THEA 300.
Fall interviews are usually held on the two nights before classes start in August.
All fall production jobs are usually interviewed at the same time.
Spring interviews are usually held in January.
All spring production jobs are interviewed at the same time.
Crew jobs are usually posted by the end of the audition week.
If selected, you must initial beside your name on the crew sheet to indicate an acceptance of a crew position.
Students who are selected must enroll in THEA 300.