What to prepare for your placement Audition.

 
 

Dance.

To be considered for Dance Technique or Dance Company you must prepare:

  • ONE 1 minute solo. We ask that students choreograph a 1 minute solo to the music of their choice which showcases their strengths as a dancer and highlights their creativity. Students should be dressed for movement and are asked to bring their music (track or YouTube) on a phone or iPod. Sound equipment will be provided. 

  • Be prepared to learn & perform a short combination. 

Vocal Performance.

To be considered for Vocal Performance you must prepare:

  • ONE song that you are comfortable with and feel showcases your voice. Students should bring sheet music, a backing track (on phone or iPod- sound equipment provided) or should be prepared to sing a cappella. Please be aware that students may be asked to sight-read or answer questions about music theory. 

Jazz & Contemporary Ensemble.

To be considered for Jazz Ensemble or Contemporary Ensemble you must prepare:

  • ONE prepared piece that demonstrates your ability to play or improvise. Students are welcome to play along with recordings or they may perform a solo piece. Vocalist are also welcome to audition. Please be aware that students may be asked to sight-read or answer questions about music theory. 

Musical Theatre.

To be considered for Musical Theatre you must prepare:

  • 32 bars of ONE Musical Theatre piece or 16 bars of TWO contrasting Musical Theatre pieces. We request that all audition material be sourced from a published musical or film. No contemporary hits please! Those auditioning may bring a backing track (on phone or iPod- sound equipment provided) or should be prepared to sing a cappella. 

  • ONE Contemporary Monologue. We request that all audition material be sourced from a published play, musical or film. 

Your audition should not exceed 5 minutes in total. Please be aware that you may be asked to learn & perform a short dance combination. 

 

Advanced Acting.

To be considered for Advanced Acting you must prepare:

  • TWO Contrasting Monologues. For example: 1 Dramatic & 1 Comedic or 1 Contemporary & 1 Classic. We request that all audition material be sourced from a published play, musical or film. Both monologues should not exceed 3 minutes in total.

No Audition Necessary.

The following classes do not require an audition: 

  • Dance Development

  • Beginning/Intermediate Acting

  • Vocal Development

  • Piano (Multi-level class)  

  • Guitar (Multi-level class)