Scholarship Auditions

January 17, 2015  ♦  February 14, 2015 ♦  March 7, 2015

15-minute timeslots beginning at 10 a.m.

Auditions will be held on the campus of The College of Idaho. Scholarships in the Department of Theatre & Speech Arts are highly competitive and are awarded to incoming and returning theatre majors (and minors, if there are adequate funds) on the basis of acting or technical potential and evidence of dedicated work. Students should demonstrate an openness to learn, an interest in growing as a theatre artist, and a specific desire to attend The College of Idaho.

Schedule your audition online now.

Acting

  1. Please bring a brief resume with you which lists:   
    • Productions in which you have appeared
    • Specific roles played
    • Place where the production was produced (name of school or community organization, etc.)
    • Other positions held in theatre productions (technical crew, stage manager, publicity, etc.)
    • Any awards or honors received for your work
  2. Prepare and memorize two monologues. They should be contrasting in mood and style (i.e.: if you have a serious classical piece also have a comic contemporary piece)     The guidelines include:
    • One classical (preferably Shakespeare)
    • One contemporary
    • Pieces should be from acceptable, published works (no stand-up routines, screenplays or original works)
    • Each monologue should last approximately 1 minute

Design / Technical

Please bring a brief resume with you which list:

  • Productions in which you have been responsible for an aspect of design (set, costume, lights, etc.)
  • Specific work performed
  • Place where the production was produced (name of school or community organization, etc.)
  • A portfolio containing examples, photos or drawings of your designs and the finished product
  • Any awards or honors received for your work

Scheduling an Audition

To schedule an audition time on campus, please contact Evonne Earl, the performing and fine arts administrative assistant, at 208.459.5275 or eearl@collegeofidaho.edu. Appointments are in 15-minute intervals to allow for the student to perform audition pieces or show their portfolios and then discuss their work with the professor running the audition.

Taped auditions may be accepted in some situations where it is impossible for the student to get to the C of I campus, but it is always better to perform a live audition as the interview is an important element. Try to schedule your audition as soon as possible before all the appointment times are taken. Send written requests or questions to:

The College of Idaho, Department of Theatre & Speech Arts, 2112 Cleveland Blvd. Caldwell, ID 83605

Feel free to contact Joe Golden, the department chair, for more information at 208-459-5836 or jgolden@collegeofidaho.edu.

The College of Idaho offers excellent educational and performance opportunities including small class sizes, individualized attention from a stellar and caring faculty, a friendly campus community, and the many benefits of a distinguished liberal arts curriculum.