You’re beginning your senior year in high school. The college performing arts auditions are looming. Your questions are mounting. What is a contemporary monologue? Where do I find the right one for me? How do I approach classical work? How do I present myself in the interview? I want to do musical theater. Do I have to act and dance? How do I prepare? Is my preparation from my own school enough?
This intensive College Audition Workshop will give you the tools to forge ahead with confidence next fall. Guided by three of Relativity/LA Center Studios’s top faculty members from the Theater Department with years of wisdom and experience on both sides of the audition table, you will spend your days with April Shawhan (Acting), Karen Morrow (Voice and Music), and Tom Pardoe (Movement and Dance) putting together the elements you will need for your college audition. They will take you through the process analyzing and training every detail that through their experiences they know will assist you towards your goal of getting into the college of your choice. When you leave the workshop you will have a toolbox from which to draw upon as you prepare yourself for the interview audition process for colleges and universities. This workshop has a limited enrollment. Register early to ensure your space.
The College Audition Workshop is like taking a course in preparation to take your SAT exam. This provides a rare opportunity for you to prepare for the audition and interview process that is essential for your college application to top theater training programs. Under the guidance of experienced theater faculty you will gain valuable insights for this significant component of your college application process. Note that participation in the Workshop does not constitute an application or audition for Relativity/LA Center Studios’s Theater Program.