The Fine Arts Department is holding auditions for its Musical Theatre course 2017-2018.
What is the Musical Theatre course?
Musical Theatre is a course in which students rehearse and perform a musical for a public audience. The course (along with it’s co-requisite Acting, Singing, and Dancing) runs Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10:30 AM-12:20 PM in Margaret McCain Hall, Room 101.
Can first-year students take Musical Theatre? 
Yes. First-year students are encouraged to audition. 

What musical are you doing next year?
We are considering a number of hit musicals including Rent, A Chorus Line, Into the Woods, If/Then, and The Rocky Horror Show. We will make a final decision after auditions.
What do I prepare for an audition? 
Students are asked to sing 16 bars of music in any style (i.e. musical theatre, pop, rock, etc.). Students may perform with piano accompaniment or a cappella (without music).
When and where are the auditions?
Auditions will be held Sunday, March 26 from 1:00 PM-5:00 PM in Margaret McCain Hall, Room 101. Click here for a campus map. Click here for a Google Map

How do I book an audition?
To book an audition, contact Leigh Rivenbark, Professor of Musical Theatre, at If you cannot attend auditions on this day, contact Professor Rivenbark to set up an alternate time.
I’m from out of town. How can I audition? 
Students from out of town may audition in two ways: 
1. Audition on Skype.
2. Submit a video audition by email.
How do I find out if I get into Musical Theatre? 
Students will be notified by email of results within two week of auditioning.
I have other questions. Who do I contact? 
If you have any further questions, please contact Leigh Rivenbark at