Auditions for Paul Sills’ STORY THEATRE
August 26 & August 27, 2014
Appointments will be available on the callboard.
Roles available – 4 m, 2 w
Improvisational skills, comic timing, imagination required.
Musical skills helpful – instrumental or vocal
Rather than a traditional monologue, those auditioning will be asked to tell and perform a
story. It may be helpful to research Paul Sills’ technique. Auditionees may also be asked to
show musical talent.
Callbacks Thursday August 28.
BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS
(For all current BFA's)
Signup sheet will be on the call board
Actors will prepare two memorized monologues of three minutes each, one light in nature, the other serious. One selection should be a play written prior to 1800 with some element of “style,” Shakespeare is preferred. Non-dramatic material such as letters, poems and novels, as well as original material are not acceptable. Plot explanation is not necessary.
In addition, candidates for the Musical Theatre program must sing a selection from the musical theatre repertory and make arrangements for a dance evaluation.
Candidates for the Design program will submit a portfolio of their work in the theatre and related areas. Should the student not posses such materials, the design faculty
Audition appointment sign-ups will be available on the call-board in
Marwick-Boyd between rooms 163-164.