The first step for students interested in joining our Music Theatre program is to complete and submit the audition application and make arrangements to attend the audition event on February 1 or February 22, 2020.  Questions not answered below and date conflicts can be addressed by emailing Suzanne Noble at

The audition event also includes opportunities for you to explore our program and meet our terrific students and faculty.



State your name, the titles of the songs and the musicals from which they are from, and the titles of the plays that the monologues are from at the beginning of the audition. Do not explain the plot or the setting.  This is not timed.  The timing of the audition begins with the first action after the introduction.

The total audition time is 4 minutes for the acting/singing portion of the audition.  You will be stopped at 4 minutes.  Songs and monologues must be memorized. The order of the performance is determined by you.


  • Present two contrasting monologues that are no longer than two (2) minutes total. A straight-backed chair will be available.  Props or costumes are not permitted.
  • Select age-appropriate monologues from plays in which you might be cast. Do not use dialects. The monologues should highlight your talents. 


Sing (approx. 32 bars) from each of the following:

  1. A ballad from a musical or a folk ballad 
  2. An up-tempo song from a musical 
  • A professional pianist will be provided for the audition. The accompaniment may be taped, however, due to the likelihood of technical problems (miscuing, poor playback, etc.) we strongly recommend that you plan to perform with a live accompaniment. For more details, look in the Frequently Asked Questions page. 
  • You must bring a photocopy of the SHEET MUSIC  in a binder with the songs you are performing, even if you are using a taped accompaniment.  The songs in the binder should be in the order in which they will be performed.  Mark where the music begins and ends for each song.
  • A theory placement exam will be given on the day you audition.


  • The Dance Audition will begin after all the acting/singing portion of the audition is completed.
  • The Dance audition will be done as a group. There will be a warmup and choreography that will be taught.  Wear clothing that allows for movement and dance shoes or soft soled shoes for this portion of the audition. Street shoes are not permitted in the dance studio. Tap shoes are not required.

We look forward to meeting you and getting to know you.