WHAT TO PREPARE FOR YOUR
AUDITION

Two (contrasting) songs from the Musical Theatre repertoire. They must be clearly marked song sheets in a folder/display book. Backing tracks and chords only are NOT accepted. It is advisable not to transpose songs.

Two (contrasting) monologues: one classical and the other contemporary. Both pieces should be learnt off book and MUST not exceed 2 minutes each.

WHAT TO BRING TO YOUR
AUDITION

  • Dance attire, ballet tights, leotard, ballet shoes and jazz wear.
  • Hair is to be tied in a bun for the ballet class.
  • Two clearly marked song sheets. Backing tracks are NOT accepted.
  • Two monologues.

SCHEDULE OF THE AUDITION DAY

Part 1

Candidates will take part in a Ballet class which will include barre work, centre work and an enchainment. Candidates will then take part in a Jazz class which will include a warm up, stretches and corner exercises. Following this, candidates will be taught a short dance routine.

*Please do not worry if you haven’t had much experience in dance before. We are looking for your potential to learn.

Part 2

Candidates will take part in a monologue workshop, where they will perform one or both monologues as a group. Students will then be free to leave and return for their individual time slot.

Part 3

Candidates will be given individual slots to perform their songs to the audition panel, followed by a short interview.

*At this point, the panel may suggest an alternative course to the one that you applied for.