IN COLLEGES & UNIVERSITY

Your Indiana Thespian Guide to Indiana Universities & Colleges and their Theater Workshop Days and Auditions. Please click on the School link for their current theater schedule.


If you are a representative from a university or college and would like to become more involved with the Indiana Thespians, please email: jleazenbybruce@indianathespians.org 











How to apply:  http://www.butler.edu/jcfa/applying/how-to-apply/

Theatre Audition Tips: http://www.butler.edu/theatre/prospective-students-information/audition-tips/

Students are encouraged to apply and audition early for their best chance at talent award monies.

The Theatre Department Contacts include: Dianne Timmerman, Chair, dtimmerm@butler.edu or 317-940-9875; Lakisha Cooper, Theatre Administrative Assistant, ljcooper@butler.edu or 317-940-9659.







   
 


Indiana University Purdue University- Fort Wayne

For more information on the program and scholarship auditions, please contact Joanne Schultz, Department Secretary, at: 260-481-6551 or see the IPFW website: https://www.ipfw.edu/theatre/




 


Contact Dr. Anne Fliotsos  at fliotsos@purdue.edu


 

Purdue Current Season


 



University of Evansville


Audition Information





Valparaiso Season


Merit Scholarships

  • Awarded amount: $1000
  • Awarded to freshmen majoring in Theatre
  • Based on audition in person (preferred) or by video

Renewal

  • Maintain a B (3.0) grade point average in Theatre classes
  • Continue as a Theatre first or second major

Audition procedure -- See website for updated deadline dates!

  1. Apply and be admitted to Valparaiso University prior to audition
  2. Auditions/interviews will be held in February. Return a completed registration form to the Department of Theatre by January.

Audition Requirements

  1. Bring to the audition (or send in advance): A letter of recommendation from a high school teacher who is familiar with your work in theatre and a resume or portfolio of your theatre participation  
  2. Prepare two contrasting monologues of 1-2 minutes each or one monologue and a song. Dance numbers are welcome but not required.
  3. Prospective students interested in design, technical production and directing will be interviewed only, but should bring materials documenting your work.

**Please provide your own musical accompanist.



 

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