The Theatre Scholarship is available to students who want to participate in Concordia Theatre productions, and the annual Boar’s Head Festival. Students interested in a theater scholarship may audition in one of three areas:

  • Theater (Acting)
  • Theater (Technical)
  • Musical Theater

Scholarship Stipulations

  • Theater scholarships are only available for incoming CUAA students.
  • CUAA acceptance for Fall 2016; admission no later than March 1.
  • Maintain a GPA of 2.5.
  • Students receiving scholarships agree to audition for and participate in a theater production each semester as a student on campus. This includes:
    • Enrolling in THEA 101: Theater Practicum for each successful role auditioned for, or in a technical capacity
    • Participating in the Annual Boar’s Head Festival
    • Musical Theater scholarship recipients must also enroll in Music Theater Workshop each fall semester, and audition for the campus musical each spring.
  • Successful completion of scholarship audition (see below).
  • Letter of recommendation for theater scholarship.

Auditions

Theater Scholarship Auditions will be held on Saturday, February 13, 2016. Interested students should complete the application form to schedule an audition.

Please CLICK HERE to complete the online scholarship application process.

  1. Present two memorized contrasting one-minute monologues from published plays of your choice.
  2. Bring your performance/training resume which should include all literature, dance, theatre, music and fine arts classes and workshops taken, and all roles and technical positions in shows.
  3. Bring an 8x10 photo of your face. Print your name and high school on the back.
  4. Be ready to share your goals and aspirations, and talk about your experience and monologues in a short informal interview.
  1. Present a paper and/or electronic portfolio of your work. This should include photos, programs, sketches, renderings, samples of prompt books, etc.
  2. Bring your performance/training resume which should include all literature, dance, theatre, music and fine arts classes and workshops taken, and all roles and technical positions in shows.
  3. Bring an 8x10 photo of your face. Print your name and high school on the back.
  4. Be ready to share your goals and aspirations, and talk about your experience and training in a short informal interview.
  1. Sing one selection from a musical theater production that showcases your ability as a singer/actor/actress. Accompanist will be provided. You may not sing with your own accompanist, a cappella, or with recorded accompaniment.
  2. Present a one-minute memorized monologue from a play. The monologue may be comic or dramatic. You will be provided a chair or stool as a stage prop. We recommend that you avoid dialects or period works, such as Shakespeare.
  3. Bring your performance/training resume which should include all literature, dance, theatre, music and fine arts classes and workshops taken, and all roles and technical positions in shows.
  4. Bring an 8x10 photo of your face. Print your name and high school on the back.
  5. Be ready to share your goals and aspirations, and talk about your experience and training in a short informal interview.

Contact

Contact Director of Theatre, Gerard Dzuiblinski for further information.