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Students should be prepared to answer the following questions:

• What attracted you to this degree program?

• What are your career aspirations?

• What are your experiences and background in the arts?

• What other (non-arts) activities were you involved with in your school and/or community during your high school career?

Understanding that this degree requires collaborative teamwork with students of varying performing arts backgrounds: 

• How do you see yourself fitting into this curriculum?

• What previous experiences have you had in collaboration?


Prepare two contrasting monologues not to exceed 5 minutes in combined length.

Students interested in musical theatre should also have a song prepared to sing. If requested, an accompanist will be provided and applicants should bring their music with them the day of their audition.


Bring a portfolio and/or photographs of their creative work, including scenery, lighting, costume, or any backstage or design examples.

Applicants should be prepared to discuss their backstage work such as stage management, running crews, design, etc.

Bring samples of any artwork, i.e., drawings, paintings, etc.