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  UArts : Undergraduate Admission : Audition Requirements   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
As a performing arts applicant, you must also submit a resum� that indicates your performance experience and training, including length of study, dates, teachers or studios.
Your performance of the two monologues will be evaluated on the basis of honesty, expressiveness, vocal strength and conviction, as well as on the professionalism and preparation of your presentation.
Students who audition on videotape, in addition to the two monologues and two songs, must present a prepared dance solo that demonstrates their level of proficiency in dance and movement.
www.uarts.edu /admission/ugrad/theateraudreq.cfm   (1586 words)

 Southwestern Michigan College - Fine and Performing Arts Department: Scholarship Information
Performance scholarships are available for students wishing to enroll in a band, choir dance class or theatre class at Southwestern.
Performing Arts Scholarships are awarded to both majors and non-majors.
Auditions will include a prepared song (to be selected by the student), a short vocal assessment and a sight-reading excerpt.
www.swmich.edu /fapa/scholarship_info.html   (438 words)

 SUNY Cortland - Performing Arts Department
Auditions for plays and musical theatre productions are held at the beginning and the middle of each semester, approximately six to eight weeks before each theatre production.
An audition workshop is usually held the day before the auditions to help students prepare for the tryout process.
Auditions for College Singers are by appointment during posted hours, the first week of classes, or by appointment if you require specific times, with Dr. Stephen Wilson, Dowd Fine Arts, Room 105, X4615.
www.cortland.edu /performingarts/auditions.asp   (537 words)

 Dance - George Mason University
The audition consists of an hour and a half technique class beginning with a ballet barre, followed by modern center work and traveling phrases.
Your audition is recorded, observed and evaluated by the dance faculty.
Students who wish to be considered for a talent scholarship must submit a two minute video tape, at their audition, of a solo performance which shows evidence of the candidate's strong performance quality, musicality and technique.
www.gmu.edu /departments/dance/apply_audition.html   (389 words)

 Performing Arts
Performing Arts is designed as a rigorous introduction to both theater arts and performing arts.
Theater Arts I: is designed for beginning students who are serious enough about developing their acting skills that they wish to pursue a course of study in acting at the high school.
Theater Arts II is an advanced level theater course, designed for students who have had previous training or experience in either theater, film or television, and plan on continuing this training at the high school and college level.
www.sbceo.k12.ca.us /~junior/performi.htm   (799 words)

 Performing Arts Academy > Home
The Performing Arts Academy was established in 1998 to address the needs of the whole child: dance, vocal and dramatic instruction, discipline, self-confidence, self-awareness, physical fitness, etiquette, broadened cultural opportunities and performance experience.
Performing Arts Academy provides a positive and encouraging atmosphere for both the serious student wanting a career in the arts and the student taking just one or two classes for pleasure.
Performing Arts Academy has four performing dance groups that are in demand at local attractions and special events and a newly created vocal performing group, Harmony.
www.performingartsacademy.com   (159 words)

 Agnes Scott College | Student Life | Performing Arts Organizations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Blackfriars, the student theater troupe, was founded in 1915 under the direction of Frances S. Gooch, and claims the distinction of being the oldest producing theater in Atlanta, as well as the oldest organization on campus.
Studio Dance Theater is a performing dance company which acquires a broad understanding of the art of dance through the study of ballet, modern, jazz and tap.
Performances are also given in the Atlanta community throughout the year.
www.agnesscott.edu /studentlife/p_performingarts.asp   (478 words)

 Performing Arts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The department seeks to place the creation and celebration of art in historical and cultural context whenever possible as the integration of the arts into other curricular areas is essential for comprehensive learning to take place.
Ours is a studio arts program, where hands-on creative activity, aesthetic development, appreciation and the display/publication/showing of the results of that activity to the larger community are emphasized.
Advanced Music Performance is offered to advanced students who wish to develop their repertoire for public performances.
www.vvsaz.org /PerformingArts_cc.asp   (923 words)

 SCVTHS--Performing Arts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Students wishing to continue their education in the Performing Arts are offered the opportunity to visit local colleges, attend productions, as well as meet with speakers, alumni and guest artists.
Audition consists of an introductory acting class les by the Performing Arts faculty.
All performances are open to the public with tickets being able to be purchased through the box office at 908-526-8900 ext.
www.scti.org /HighSchool/performing_arts_at_scvths.htm   (1207 words)

 Theatre Arts Interview and Audition for Admissions - Marymount Manhattan College
Based on your audition or interview and your academic record and family need, Competitive Scholarships may be awarded in both the BA in Theatre Arts and the BFA in Acting.
Acting Auditions for the BFA in Acting and BA in Theatre Arts with a concentration in Theatre Performance are held on the Saturday interview/audition dates.
Acting Auditions are conducted as a sample class and consist of three parts: a vocal and physical warm-up, presentations of prepared monologues, and an informal interview with the Theatre Arts faculty and other auditionees.
marymount.mmm.edu /study/programs/dfpa/theatrearts/interv.html   (1020 words)

 Musical Theatre Audition
The audition plays an important part in the admission decision and is required for applicants to the BFA program in Musical Theatre.
The monologue and resume portion of the musical theatre audition is the same as that described for the Acting Audition.
For the dance portion of your audition, please come prepared to dance in a class situation and bring practical clothes, including one of the following types of footwear: jazz shoes, jazz sneakers, character shoes, or any lightweight sneakers suitable for dancing.
www.emerson.edu /performing_arts/undergraduate/auditions/Musical-Theatre-Audition.cfm   (228 words)

 Performing Arts
Due to the diversity of our student body, our performing arts courses are designed to cater to the needs of individuals with a great variety of talent, training, interest and attitude.
Audition techniques and acting for film and television will also be explored.
Enrollment in band is a prerequisite for performing in any other ensembles such as marching band, jazz band, orchestra, or percussion ensemble.
www.hs.ebruns.k12.nj.us /hs/curguide/perarts.html   (1316 words)

 Rockford College Performing Arts Auditions
Prospective first-year and transfer students who wish to pursue the B.A. in Theatre Arts are encouraged to schedule an audition/interview with the department either before or during their first semester at the college.
An audition is also required for any student who wishes to be considered for a Performing Arts Scholarship (Musical Theatre, Music, or Theatre).
Prospective students must apply to the college and audition on or before March 1st to be considered for a Performing Arts Scholarship.
www.rockford.edu /academics/departments/pa/Auditions.asp   (471 words)

 Elon University - Department of Performing Arts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Auditions and interviews are conducted in the Elon University Center for the Arts on the dates listed below.
International applicants must make arrangements for submitting a videotape of their audition by contacting the Auditions Coordinator at (336) 278-5600 or via email – krippy@elon.edu.
The audition is used to assess dance class placement as well as potential.
www.elon.edu /e-web/academics/elon_college/performing_arts/audition.xhtml   (791 words)

 Audition Guide - Admissions - Theatre Arts - Division of Performing Arts - The University of Iowa   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Although special time is set aside for theatre majors to audition, theatre majors are not given preferential treatment or consideration in auditioning or casting.
To sign up for an audition time, go to the main bulletin board, which is located in the center of the north hallway of the Theatre Building.
The auditions will be viewed by performance faculty, season directors, and members of directing classes and Playwrights' workshop.
www.uiowa.edu /~theatre/admissions/auditions.htm   (533 words)

 Auditions, School of Theatre, College of Fine Arts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
During the general acting auditions, students are asked to prepare a short monologue.
To audition, a student must be in good academic standing as stipulated in the University catalog.
Short audition pieces are not only acceptable, but often allow you to concentrate your efforts better.
www.cfa.ilstu.edu /theatre/productions/auditions/index.shtml   (837 words)

 University of Kentucky School of Music
In general, ensemble auditions are very brief and consist of playing a few scales, performing a short selection of your choice, and sight reading.
Auditions may be heard by a single instrumental faculty member, or by several faculty in a division, such as voice or keyboard.
Auditions are not open to the public -- parents and family will have to wait outside the audition room.
www.uky.edu /FineArts/Music/admission/auditions/auditionfaq.php   (825 words)

 Dance - George Mason University
The audition consists of an hour and a half technique class beginning with a ballet barre, followed by modern center work and traveling phrases.
Your audition is recorded, observed and evaluated by the dance faculty.
Students who wish to be considered for a talent scholarship must submit a two minute video tape, at their audition, of a solo performance which shows evidence of the candidate's strong performance quality, musicality and technique.
dance.gmu.edu /apply_audition.html   (389 words)

 Performing Arts Curriculum Resources
Performers representing Alutiiq, Inupiat, Yup'ik and Southeast Indian traditions took their turns, and then a surprise: 87-year-old Mary Ann Sundown planned to dance.
Her performance included two comic numbers associated with Sundown: the "Mosquito Song," which includes hilarious swatting and itching pantomimes; and the "Cigarette Song," in which the performers try to imitate the elegant puffing of movie stars and wind up coughing.
Kennedy Center of Preforming Arts New Visions/New Voices is a week-long residency in May for playwrights and theatres to stimulate and support the creation of new plays and musicals for young audiences and families, culminating in a weekend festival of staged readings and discussions with professionals in the field from around the country.
www.edu-cyberpg.com /Arts/resources2.html   (1120 words)

 Jefferson High School Performing & Visual Arts Magnet
Auditions for The Jefferson Dancers are held at the end of each school year.
This is in addition to performances by The Jefferson Dancers and the Repertory Class.
For more information or for an audition application please call 503 916-5180 ext 1316 or e-mail Steve Gonzales at gonzalesdance@yahoo.com.
www.pps.k12.or.us /depts/arts/dance   (245 words)

 Drexel University Performing Arts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The Department of Performing Arts offers a limited number of Performance Scholarships to freshmen and transfer students who demonstrate a high level of artistic achievement and dedication.
Dance scholarship auditions are held during the spring in a class format.
Music scholarship audition requirements vary between ensembles, but students can expect to perform at least one prepared piece and will also be asked to sightread.
www.drexel.edu /admin/em/undergrad/performing_arts/scholarships.html   (198 words)

 Audition Requirements - College of Visual & Performing Arts - University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
All applicants must audition in person in their applied area (instrument or voice: jazz or classical) and also take a music theory placement exam.
For the audition, please be prepared to perform two contrasting pieces that demonstrate the range of your background, training, and preparation.
In addition, students may also be asked by the auditioning faculty member to perform scales, arpeggios, or other exercises that demonstrate technical ability.
www.umassd.edu /cvpa/admissions/audition.cfm   (298 words)

 The Los Angeles Music Center - Spotlight Awards - Frequently Asked Questions
The audition facilitator will ask you to introduce yourself to the judges and may ask you a few questions about the piece you are performing.
There are important skills to be learned in the process of auditioning, such as: how to perform under pressure; what to do about nerves; how to present yourself to a panel of judges; and how to prepare for an audition mentally and artistically.
If you are performing two pieces, it is possible that the judges may stop you during your second solo.
www.musiccenter.org /education/spot/spot_faq.html   (1584 words)

 Performing Arts @ SSU :: Music :: Auditions
Recorded auditions (cassette, CD or video) will also be accepted.
This year we are especially encouraging auditions from double reed players, jazz horn (saxophone, trumpet and trombone) players and string players.
Please contact Performing Arts Receptionist Julie Blankenship blankenj@sonoma.edu, 707-664-2235 to set up your audition time.
www.sonoma.edu /performingarts/music/auditions.shtml   (384 words)

 McNeese State University   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The Department of Performing Arts provides the opportunity for students to develop their talent and potential as creative artists in music and theatre arts.
To music and theatre as an art and profession, the Department of Performing Arts increases artistry, leadership, understanding, dignity, and respect through education, collaboration, and contribution.
Following the audition, the board will recommend an appropriate level of keyboard performance study and that advanced placement to this level be awarded.
www.mcneese.edu /colleges/lib/deptperformarts/index.asp   (848 words)

 REVHS: Performing Arts Department
The Performing Arts building (C) houses REV's Performing Arts department, with an electronic piano room, a choir room, a band room, the Blackstone Theatre, a behind-the-scenes props workshop, and "the fl box" for drama classes.
Participation is required in concerts, competitions, festivals, and performances for entertainment of school and community groups outside the school day.
Weekly performance tests are administered to evaluate each student’s progress in the class.
www.rev.redlands.k12.ca.us /departments/performingarts   (1062 words)

 Welcome to Iowa Central Community College
Students auditioning for a scholarship for vocal music should bring two solo pieces of music that best showcase their talent.
The student may also be asked to perform tonal memory at the audition.
Auditions for the 2007-2008 school year will be held Saturday Macy 19th, 2007.
www.iccc.cc.ia.us /performing_arts/auditions_scholarships.htm   (546 words)

 Millsaps College :: Department of Performing Arts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Call the Department of Performing Arts at (601) 974-1422 or contact the Millsaps Office of Admissions to schedule an appointment (601-974-1050).
While priority goes to students who major in performing arts, all students are eligible for these scholarships which recognize outstanding achievement in the performing arts and potential for continued development.
The purpose is to create more practice time for upper class performance majors by releasing them from college job, work study, or part time work in the community.
www.millsaps.edu /pfrmarts/scholar.shtml   (315 words)

 Performing Arts Series
This year's Performing Arts Series is listed below.  For a full calendar of events, including departmental events and offerings from other areas, click here.
The enchantment appears as if by magic via the imagination of people who have nothing to share but their hopes and dreams, reminding us that the world we inhabit is far richer, multifaceted, and mysterious than the repetitions of our day-to-day lives would lead us to assume.
The local residency is made possible by the Middlebury College’s Performing Arts Series, the Committee on the Arts, and the Dance Program.
www.middlebury.edu /arts/performing   (1612 words)

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