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MacBeth Fight Choreo

 

Upcoming Season Auditions

Learning to Swim - SITI Company Residency - Dates TBA (But in the first week of classes.)

- Please prepare a 1 minute monologue of your choice. Not song lyrics or poetry.

- Please prepare a few measures of a song, even if it is something like "Happy Birthday", although please don't sing "Happy Birthday". 

- There will be a group movement section of the audition (simple Viewpoints work). Please come prepared to move. 

- DANCE STUDENTS ENCOURAGED TO AUDITION!


Student Fringe Guidelines and Application - 

Guidelines

Application

 


Departmental Probation Rules

  • BFA:  Students must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA in the Major and 2.5 overall GPA to remain in good standing in the program. If grades do not improve the student may be placed on probation* or released from the program. In addition, if a student is not attending classes or falls below this in major GPA their inclusion in dept. productions can be terminated.

     

  • BA:  Students should maintain a 2.5 overall GPA to be in good standing in the program. If grades do not improve the student may be placed on probation*. In addition, if a student is not attending classes or falls below this in major GPA their inclusion in dept. productions can be terminated.
  • Grades less than “C” will not be counted in the major.
  • Earning a grade less than “C” in any Major course may cause the student to be ineligible for casting or other department production positions. If grades do not improve the student may be placed on probation* or released from the program (BFA only).
  • BA: Students pursuing the Theatre concentration may not also pursue the Theatre Minor. Students pursuing the Dance concentration may not also pursue the Dance Minor.
  • Academic misconduct - plagiarism, cheating, fabrication, facilitation or collusion will result in automatic probation.* Please read Academic Misconduct Policy 3:005 
  • Classroom Misconduct - Disruptive behavior in the classroom may be defined, but is not limited to, behavior that obstructs or disrupts the learning environment (e.g., repeated outbursts from a student which disrupts the flow of instruction or prevents concentration on the subject taught , failure to cooperate in maintaining classroom decorum, the presence of non-enrolled visitors in the classroom (including but not limited to minors,) the continued use of any electronic or other noise- or light-emitting device which disturbs or inturrupts the concentration of others (e.g. disturbing noises from text messaging, cell phones, personal digital assistant, laptop computers, games, etc.) will result in automatic probation*. Please read 2019-2020 Student Handbook & Calendar.

*Probationary status will last for one semester or until grades improve and may cause the student to be ineligible for casting, department sponsored travel, or other department production positions.