Theater Arts audition information
ACTING AND ACTING WITH VOCAL MUSIC PROGRAM AUDITIONS ARE HELD IN MARCH FOR THE FOLLOWING SCHOOL YEAR
- All Theater Arts applicants must attend the first round auditions on Saturday, March 7, 2020
- Applicants interested in the “Acting with Vocal Music Emphasis” option must first attend a vocal music audition on the evening of Thursday, March 5, 2020. Please see below for instructions as to what you must prepare in advance.
Applicants may be invited to additional audition sessions. Parents and students should keep the following dates available, should they be invited to attend.
FOR THOSE CALLED BACK FOR THE SECOND ROUND By individual appointment
Vocal Music only will attend on the evening of Thursday, March 12, 2020
Acting/Interview call back (ALL program candidates acting and acting w/vocal music emphasis)
Saturday, March 14, 2020
Call back will consist of a monologue and interview, no singing
IF AN ADDITIONAL CALL BACK IS NEEDED
Tuesday, March 17, 2020 Evening Monologue, song and/or interview as needed
Scheduling your audition: Candidates must email Alison Mingle at email@example.com to make an appointment for an audition.
First round: The first round of auditions consist of participation in an introductory acting class led by a member of the performing arts faculty. Students must wear loose, comfortable clothing.
Assessment is based on creativity, energy, commitment and ability to take direction. Students will be notified if they are called back for a second audition. Appointments are required.
Important Information for the March 5th "Acting with Vocal Music Emphasis" Audition:
If you are auditioning for the Acting with Vocal Music Emphasis track of the Theater Arts program, you will be required to prepare and sing one of the provided song cuts (sheet music and accompaniment recordings provided below).
Instructions: Choose a song cut from the list below in your applicable voice category. Categories include "Any Voice Part," "Baritone," "Mezzo Soprano/Belter," "Soprano/Mezzo-Soprano," "Soprano," or "Tenor." These categories are meant to guide you toward songs that suit your vocal range, but feel free to choose any song on the list that feels like the best fit for you. Prepare and memorize your chosen song cut as written (see sheet music pdfs below) and practice singing with the accompaniment recording (see recordings below). Email Alison Mingle with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information on Renaissance admission testing please contact the Guidance Office:
Jennifer O'Neill, 908-526-8900, ext. 7250, or Maura Lella, 908-526-8900 ext. 7243
For more information: If you have any questions regarding the audition process, please call. Joseph Mancuso at 908-526-8900 ext. 7258, or send an email to email@example.com