Drama Audition Requirements
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING AUDITION INFORMATION CAREFULLY.
AUDITION PROCESS AND REQUIREMENTS
An age-appropriate one minute monologue or poem, the material can be found in the public library or bookstore. A teacher-directed improvisation. An interview to help determine interest, discipline, and suitability for the program. Please dress in proper attire no shorts or dresses. Wear tennis shoes or flats closed shoes only. The student will sing a short verse from a song in their natural voices. OPTIONAL: You may include a picture of yourself with this application
NORLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL
Building on a Legacy of Excellence
Type your paragraph here. The theater is the amusement of life. Theater experiences the excitement of discovering life and re-enacting their discoveries for the enjoyment of an audience. Self-awareness, confidence and the ability to communicate in many different media are the cornerstones of the Theater Department at the Center for The Arts at Norland Middle School. The student is trained vocally and physically through scene study, pantomime, musical theater, improvisation, monologues, play production, playwriting, technical theater, and TV production. All students participate in main and second stage productions. Theater students enjoy may field trips to professional theater and performances. Many of our students regularly participate in local live performances throughout the community. Guest speakers and consultants further supplement our theater department. Students participate in theater festivals, state conferences, workshop and professional theater production. The goal of the Theater department is to develop students acting, technical and writing skills and to provide venues for performance expanding their career choice. Audition possibilities and advanced placement further their study of theater. Browse our eBrochure online.