In response to Covid-19 related restrictions, all reviews will be conducted online by appointment.
PORTFOLIO PRESENTATION AND REVIEW
We recognize that some applicants may not have been able to document their work or experiences in the theatre so we encourage students to assemble whatever materials they may have available into a portfolio. Remember that your passion and imagination can be as valuable as your experience. Your portfolio should indicate the range of your interests and accomplishments. The format for your portfolio presentation and review will be a discussion with an evaluator about your interests and experience in the theatre.
You will need to bring along:
• A recent color photograph (5x7).
• A resume listing your theatrical experience(s), educational background, hobbies, awards and special skills.
• A statement of purpose; a one-page essay indicating what you want to achieve while attending the school.
• Two letters of support recommending you to the program.
• A portfolio.
If you are interested in designing for the stage, your portfolio should include drawings, sketches and drafting samples; photographs of scenery, properties, costumes and lighting you may have done or helped to prepare, and/or artwork.
If you are interested in technology, please include any materials listed above and/or any paperwork such as forms or schedules you created for a show.
If you are interested in stage management, your prompt book, script(s) or any other relevant information that demonstrates your organizational skills should be brought to the review.
You must email the Area Coordinator- Anthony Gomes, at firstname.lastname@example.org (subject: INTERVIEW) to set up an appointment.