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BFA Performance Application is ready!

BFA Performance Application is ready!

Audition Date 4/20/2013
Feb 21, 2013
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Audition Guidelines for BFA Performance Program

All Freshman coursework is taken into consideration for admission into the BFA Performance Program. Your audition is only a part of it. We would like to see you represent yourself in the best possible light during the auditions and hope these guidelines will be helpful.

  • If you wish to audition for the BFA performance program please download the application from The School of Theater website, by March 29, 2013.
  • Auditions will take place Saturday, April 20. Names and times will be posted on the call board a few days before.
  • The time allotted for your audition is three minutes, not including the introduction, and must consist of two monologues.
  • Your introduction will consist of a greeting, your name and the name of the plays the monologues are from.
  • One monologue will be contemporary and represent a role very close to yourself, a part that you could be reasonably cast in right now.
  • The second monologue can be anything of your choice. For example: it can be a character piece, or a verse piece, if you are comfortable with verse. It should be a contrast to your "close to the vest" piece.

Please avoid pieces that are sexually explicit or have excessive foul language. The audition is about exhibiting your talent as a performer.

We are rooting for you to do your best.

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