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 leighr@stu.ca. 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 leighr@stu.ca?