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Auditions/Interviews

An audition is required for students interested in pursuing any of the following degree programs:

B.A. Theatre - EC-12 Certification
B.A. Theatre - Performance Emphasis
B.F.A. Musical Theatre
B.F.A. Theatre - Acting Concentration

An interview and portfolio/resume review is required for students interested in pursuing any of the following degree programs:

B.A. Theatre - Design & Technology Emphasis
B.F.A. Theatre - Design & Technology Concentration

This process allows the faculty to assess a student's current skill level, as well as give scholarship consideration.

Please prepare the following for your audition or interview:

Musical Theatre: 32 bars of a ballad from a musical, 32 bars of an up-tempo from a musical with movement, and a 60 second monologue for your choice.

Acting, Theatre Performance and Theatre Education: a 60 second dramatic monologue and a 60 second comedic monologue. Please avoid old age characters and characters with heavy vocal accents.

Theatre Design and Technology: any documentation per the student’s interest and experience. Examples include resume, design portfolio, sketchbook, and/or stage management call scripts.

PLEASE NOTE: For students interested in pursuing any B.F.A. degree program listed above, you must also APPLY HERE to be considered.

On-Campus Auditions & Interviews

On-campus auditions for the 2021-2022 academic year have concluded. Prospective students may still contact the Theatre Program Director, Stephen Crandall (scrandall@wtamu.edu) for information about submitting a video audition during the summer, prior to the start of the Fall 2021 semester.

On-campus auditions dates/times for the 2022-2023 academic year will be announced here in August 2021. Please check back at that time.

Off-Campus Auditions & Interviews

WT Theatre will recruit at several off-campus audition venues in Fall 2021 for the 2022-2023 academic year, including TETA Auditions, Texas Thespians Auditions, Greater San Antonio Auditions, and the North Texas Drama Auditions. Those interested in one of our BFA degree programs for 2022-2023 must APPLY HERE to be fully considered for a limited number of spots. For more information about auditioning/interviewing at a regional audition site, please contact the Theatre Program Director, Stephen Crandall (scrandall@wtamu.edu).

Web Auditions

For those students unable to attend on or off-campus auditions, WT Theatre uses the national audition platform Acceptd. Please submit an application through Acceptd (link below), prepare the previously listed audition selections for your area of interest, and record and upload your materials. WTAMU Theatre will respond to your Acceptd audition within three weeks and make arrangements for admission and/or a second audition. 

Start an Application via Acceptd