Theatre Program Information
Students selecting a concentration in the theatre arts will have the opportunity to obtain intensive training in acting, directing, design, and technical theatre. The course of study will include opportunities in acting, voice, and diction, mime and movement, improvisation, directing and playwriting, state make-up, theatre technology, theatre history, vocal techniques, dance, musical theatre, and other classes. 
Theatre Program 2024 Audition Requirements

All students auditioning will participate in the following:

  • Prepare two (2) contrasting monologues. Monologues must be memorized. Choices might include one comic and one dramatic piece or one classical and one contemporary piece. Monologues must be chose from published plays. Scripts from movies, TV, or self-written works are unacceptable. 
  • Maximum monologue time is a total of three minutes for both pieces. Check materials carefully to ensure that you meet this time limit. 
  • Students who wish to demonstrate vocal ability may sing a solo selection of up to 16 bars from a published musical for theatre in addition to the two required monologues. Vocal selections will be in addition to the three minute time limit. Accompaniment should be on a phone or IPod. Recorded accompaniment is only acceptable as long as it contains no vocalist singing the applicant’s portion. A cappella performances are unacceptable for this audition.



  • Prepare a portfolio showcasing your technical selection. A student having multiple interests should be prepared to show all work in all interested areas.
  • Students should prepare a five-minute presentation about the portfolio and be prepared to answer additional questions afterward. Note cards can be used during the presentation.  


Applicants are expected to arrive at the beginning of the audition time to sign in with administration and complete any remaining paperwork. All students will be escorted to the audition room at the appropriate time. Parents/Guardians will be asked to wait in the auditorium and are not permitted inside the audition room. 

DRESS CODE: Students should dress as they would for a professional audition but be able to move freely. Flat, closed-toe shoes that cover the entire foot are encouraged. Students wearing sandals, flip-flops or inappropriate footwear may not be permitted to audition if unsafe. Hair should be secured away from the face. Ladies are asked not to wear skirts or dresses. 

IMPORTANT NOTE: If applicable/available applicants should bring a current headshot and/or resume to the audition. This is NOT a requirement, but is allowed if available and can be helpful.

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