Talent Scholarship Auditions
Follow your passion to study theatre at Sinclair Community College! Sinclair’s Theatre Department will hold talent scholarship auditions Friday, April 18, 2014, from 2-4 p.m. Register online at: www.sinclair.edu/theatreauditions.
Sinclair offers full and partial talent scholarships to students who intend to major in Theatre Performance or Technology beginning Fall Semester 2014. Students may also qualify for other Sinclair academic or need-based scholarships by applying through Financial Aid.
Sinclair’s Theatre Department is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Theatre and offers the lowest tuition in the state. Sinclair’s award-winning Theatre Department actively participates in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, DayTony Awards and United States Institute for Theatre Technology.
All scholarship audition participants must bring a resume. Performance majors should prepare an audition of not more than four minutes, which should include either two contrasting monologues or one song and one monologue. An accompanist will be provided if you sign up for a 3 or 3:30 p.m. audition time online. NO a cappella or audio recordings please. Theatre technology majors should bring a portfolio and/or be prepared to discuss interest and experiences in theatre technology and design.
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Open Auditions for Two Shows
Sinclair Theatre will hold open auditions for both Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice and a devised theatre piece, Building Bridges in Our Town on May 5th beginning at 6 p.m. in the Black Box Theatre located on the fourth floor of building 2 on Sinclair’s downtown campus. You must register online for an audition time slot at: www.sinclair.edu/theatreauditions. Signing up for one time slot registers you for both auditions.
Callbacks for Bridges will be May 6th and for Pride & Prejudice on May 7th.
Open auditions means you do not have to be a Sinclair student or theatre major to audition as long as you are prepared with the following requirements and are willing to commit to a rigorous rehearsal schedule if cast.
To audition for Pride & Prejudice, memorize a 1-to 2-minute classic or contemporary comedic monologue. Performance dates are: Sept. 28 through Oct. 4, 20-14 in Blair Hall. Director is Kimberly Borst.
To audition for Building Bridges in Our Town, you must write your own 1-minute monologue that will answer one of these prompts:
“Describe a personal experience that is unique to Dayton.”
“My Dayton neighborhood is unique because…”
For the Bridges audition you may have your original, written monologue in hand, but it is expected that you will not be reading, but performing it. This devised project, inspired by Thornton Wilder’s Our Town will be written by the cast (beginning fall semester) and performed May 29-30, 2015 in Blair Hall. Director is Gary Minyard, education and engagement director for the Victoria Theatre Association.
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