Students interested in majoring in acting are not required to audition for entrance into our B.A. program. They should contact the Theatre department to inform us of their interest so that they can be advised and space will be made available for them in required theatre courses. All actors enter the B.A. program. In their second semester, those who are interested may apply to the department to enter the B.F.A. in Acting program, or they may simply select the new B.A. in Theatre Studies.
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Students interested in areas of design and production do not require a portfolio review. They should contact our design faculty to learn more about the program’s courses and to see the new state-of-the-art theatres and sound, lighting and costume labs.
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Students wishing to apply for Linehan Artist Scholarships and Fine Arts Awards are required to audition or present a portfolio. During the Audition and Interview Day, the theatre faculty will assess each candidate's artistic merit. The day includes tours of our state-of-the-art Performing Arts and Humanities Building, and plenty of interaction with our students and faculty. For instructions on how to prepare your Audition or Portfolio Interview, please read Scholarship Audition & Portfolio Review Requirements
For Information about theatre merit scholarships, such as the Fine Arts Award or the Linehan Artist Scholar Program, and smaller scholarships for majors, see Scholarships.
The best way to learn about our program is to come to campus, visit classes and see our theatre productions. We welcome you into any classes with advance notice. To arrange a visit or schedule an appointment to meet with one of our faculty, contact the Theatre department at: 410 455-2917 or fill out the contact form with your request.
For directions to the Theatre Department, visit our Directions page.
For information about admission to the university contact:
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