Company

Must have a 2.5 GPA
Must be a Utah resident
Must be an incoming Theatre Major (BFA, BA, BS Ed, AA, AS) of any specialty.

BFA Acting students: Prepare:
• 2 monologues that are contrasting in style and energy. Please NO SHAKESPEARE monologues. Each monologue should be no longer than 1 min.
• 1 song that shows us your vocal and acting ability. The song can be from a musical or a pop song. The song should be no longer than 90 seconds in length

*BFA Musical Theatre students:
• 2 songs that are contrasting in style and energy. One song should be from a musical or movie written before 1967/Golden Age piece. Each song selection should be no longer than 90 seconds.
• 1 monologue that shows us your acting ability. The monologue should be no longer than 1 min.
The entire video should be no longer than 5 min in length.

BFA Design students: “CP Theatre Technology”
Portfolios should consist of 10 examples or more of designs, artwork, class work or other items that would demonstrate talent, academic ability and potential for success.
All Portfolio examples should have been executed or designed to be executed within the last two years and should be presented in digital portfolio form.

“BA Theatre Arts”, “AS Theatre Arts”, and “AA Theatre Arts:”
Students should submit a mini-portfolio of up to 10 pages of materials representing theatre projects you have completed in the department or community and/or projects you plan to complete during the 2021-2022 academic year. This may include writing or images and probably a combination of the two. Samples include descriptions of a director concept with visuals, a synopsis and short sample of a script you have written, a description with visuals of a dramaturgy project, a description with visuals of a theatre project involving children and youth, a description of a student film or film research project, or a plan for creating a theatre company.

BS Theatre Education:
Students should submit a mini-portfolio of up to 10 pages of materials. This might include a statement of teaching philosophy, a description with visuals of a theatre project with secondary school students, a short lesson plan, or an annotated plan for a secondary school production season.

Award
Varies
Scopes
School of the Arts, Theatre
Deadline
03/23/2021
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please provide the Link to video or portfolio as described in the criteria above.
  2. Please provide a list and brief description of the theatre productions and projects you have accomplished through your high school theatre program in the past year.