Saturday, 9 March 2013

2013 On Campus Auditions Guidence

First of all, thank you for choosing to audition for one source talent. We recognize the tremendous effort involved in putting together auditions for Acting and Musical Theatre programs. Our intention with these guidelines is to help you have a good experience with us and with other schools. Please read them carefully. If you have questions, ask.

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In fairness to all students attending the audition, we must limit you to three minutes total. Time your selections before you come to the audition. Bring a typed one-page resume with your theatre/music/dance experience only. It will be copied for the faculty at the audition. We cannot make copies of multiple pages. If you have a more traditional academic resume that you wish to submit, bring one copy and we will put it in your file for later consideration.

Bring a photo. An 8x10 headshot is recommended but not required. If you do not have a headshot, please bring a recent, accurate photo focusing on your face. It should be at least 4x6 in size. Please DO NOT STAPLE the photo and resume together. Although this is standard professional practice, we need to make copies of all the resumes for the faculty and staples make it difficult and time-consuming.

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For the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting

• Prepare two contrasting monologues, approximately 1½ minutes each. At least one monologue must be from a play; you may use one monologue from a film script. Do not use a monologue written specifically for auditions. Total audition time is 3 minutes. For the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre and Musical Theatre/Dance

• Prepare one up-tempo song, one ballad, and one short monologue, approximately one minute each. The songs should be from musical theatre repertoire, and the monologue from a play. Since we only have time to hear one monologue from MT majors, you may not use one from a film script. Total audition time is 3 minutes.

• Bring dance clothes and jazz shoes and be prepared to learn a dance combination. Tap shoes and toe shoes are not needed.

• You will be asked to complete a music theory and aptitude test. Don’t be frightened of this test: it is for diagnostic and placement purposes. We just need to see what your musicreading skills are, and to make sure that you can match pitch.

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