Audition Requirements – Performance

Audition Requirements – Performance

The Liberties College Performance course is a practical theatre course. The craft of performance encompasses many components, including movement and singing.

Please Note: Students do not have to be proficient in Movement and Singing to be accepted onto the course.

Entry to all Performance programmes in the College is by audition and interview. Candidates are invited to attend a four-part audition over one day.

Part 1 Monologues

Candidates should attend auditions with two monologues prepared and memorised. This prepared solo audition should be no longer than ten minutes in duration.

Monologue 1: A Modern Piece
Monologue 2: A Classical Piece

Each candidate will perform one piece only to a small audience of tutors from the course. Please use your own discretion in selecting your programme. Tutors from the course are not available to discuss audition pieces prior to audition.

Part 2 Voice

Collectively, candidates attending for audition will learn a song from a popular musical. Candidates will be asked to perform the song in groups of three to a small audience of tutors from the course (Please note that candidates may be invited to sing a section as a soloist).

Part 3 Improvisation

Candidates will be asked to improvise on a given theme in groups of four to six. Improvisations normally last from two to five minutes. Improvisations will be observed by tutors from the course.

Part 4 Movement

Collectively, candidates attending for audition will learn a dance routine from a popular musical. Candidates will be invited to perform the routine in groups of three to a small audience of tutors from the course.

*Applicants are encouraged to wear a track-suit or loose comfortable clothing and may be asked to work barefoot for part of the audition.*

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