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ASULOTASULOT Registered User Posts: 11 New Member
Arizona State University
Missouri State
Shenandoah University
Texas State University
Texas Tech University
University of North Dakota

Friday, January 19, 2018
Chelsea Studios, NYC
Registration begins 9am. Visit with college representatives 9-11am.
11am-5pm Open Call, accompanist provided
6pm Dance Call

Prepare EITHER one 16 bar selection of musical theatre repertoire and a one-minute monologue OR two contrasting 16 bar selections of musical theatre repertoire.

QUESTIONS? Contact Holly Johnson at hstandar at su dot edu

Replies to: Info on COMBINED COLLEGE THEATRE AUDITIONS Open Call - Jan 2018

  • collegemom2000collegemom2000 Registered User Posts: 287 Junior Member
    Can you audition for Shenandoah at the open call if you have not submitted a pre-screen to the school?
  • StewNChelleStewNChelle Registered User Posts: 42 Junior Member
    Interesting list of schools. The first five are known but UND is an unknown. Anyone have any information on their program.
  • speezagmomspeezagmom Registered User Posts: 203 Junior Member
    @StewNChelle I'm curious about UND as well. We live in ND and had no idea there was a Musical Theatre BFA in the state - let alone only an hour away. S is all about moving away so when I told him about this program, he wouldn't even look at it. I can say generally that UND is in Grand Forks, ND which is a nice college town of about 60,000 people. People are nice. As you might imagine, it's cold in the winter. :D
  • StewNChelleStewNChelle Registered User Posts: 42 Junior Member
    @speezagmom : Thanks for the information. What other schools is your son looking at up in the great tundra.
  • speezagmomspeezagmom Registered User Posts: 203 Junior Member
    @StewNChelle: He's not looking at anything close to home. He's got all the "usual suspects" on his list. His safer, regional school is University of Minnesota Duluth. (Not a true safety as it's an audition program) U of M twin cities has a good theatre program - but not a musical theatre major. Their Duluth campus has the major so that's the closest to home - about 4 hours away. Everything else on the list is at least a 12-15 hour drive or plane ride. Needless to say, we are trying to stick with Unifieds for most of the auditions to try to minimize travel. If you have a kid who's interested in living up on the tundra for 4 years, it is a good place to call home.
  • stagedoormamastagedoormama Registered User Posts: 698 Member
    @speezagmom - Don't hear about UMD too often! All my family is from Duluth. Both of my parents graduated from UMD and my grandfather was a campus policeman for many years back in the day. :)
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