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(Dates). You can also find a schedule of departmental courses here.

Get answer from Carol.

Your program handbook is a good place to start – you can find them here <link to juries/handbooks/forms page>, along with other information about the juries process. You can also check with your advisor.

We offer a special punch card for majors that will get you one discounted ticket for each mainstage show. For more information [?]

Auditions announcements are posted to our listserv: td.students@lists.wku.edu.  Any WKU student may subscribe to this list.  You don't have to be a major.  To join our listserv, send an email to td.students-subscribe@lists.wku.edu.The subject and body of the email can be blank. You will get a message back asking you if you meant to subscribe to this list.  Reply to this message, keeping the subject header intact (click on reply, then send.)  After we have received your request, you should get a message confirming that you are now on the list.

For access to the Blackboard site, please email michelle.dvoskin@wku.edu with the subject line “Add to Dept. Blackboard Site.” In the body of the email, please include your name, 800#, and degree program.

 Any WKU student is welcomed to audition for our shows.  We produce about 20 to 25 shows every year, so auditions are happening all the time.  We have no set policies that give preferential treatment to anyone at our auditions.  Auditions announcements are posted to our listserv: td.students@lists.wku.edu.  Any WKU student may subscribe to this list.  You don't have to be a major.  To join our listserv, send an email to td.students-subscribe@lists.wku.edu.The subject and body of the email can be blank. You will get a message back asking you if you meant to subscribe to this list.  Reply to this message, keeping the subject header intact (click on reply, then send.)  After we have received your request, you should get a message confirming that you are now on the list.

 Every audition is open and every director or choreographer can run the audition anyway he or she wishes.  That means sometimes you may be required to do a cold reading from the script, sometimes you might be taught a dance combination and asked to repeat it, sometimes you might be asked to prepare a scene from the script with a partner, sometimes you might need a prepared monologue, song, or bit of choreography, and sometimes you just have to show up and improvise.  The specific requirements for each audition are included in the audition announcement.  In general, if the audition is for a scripted play or film, a copy of the script will be available for perusal in the Greenroom, Gordon Wilson Hall, room 314.  It's always smart to read the script before auditioning.  Auditions announcements are also posted in the Greenroom.  If you have a headshot/resume, bring it to the audition.  If not, you can just fill out an audition form when you arrive. 

 


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