SUMMER PROGRAM

How to Audition

AUDITION PROCESS

AUDITON DEADLINE: MAY 21, 2021

There are currently two ways to audition for the 2021 Summer Program: Video Auditions and Individually Scheduled Virtual Auditions. (The workshop portion of our audition season has concluded.)

Click here to read virtual audition tips from some of our faculty members.

 

VIDEO AUDITION

Video auditions are accepted on a rolling basis until May 21, 2021. We understand the challenges of creating a video in an unconventional space. Please safely execute what you can. Audition footage should not be longer than 7 minutes in length. The intention is to show technical clarity, placement and understanding. Please include:

  • Barre work | 1 side only
  • Center adagio
  • Pirouette, if possible
  • Solo | 1 – 2 minutes of contemporary or improvisation highlighting your movement quality and artistic choices.

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INDIVIDUALLY SCHEDULED VIRTUAL AUDITION

Schedule a virtual audition class with one of our esteemed faculty members. Morning classes will be taken alongside our very own Training Program students. All classes are adjudicated by our Summer and Training Program Director. Classes available until May 21, 2021.

  • Weekday classes available on Tuesday, Thursday or Friday mornings AND Tuesday evenings (PT).
  • Saturday classes available 1:30-3pm (PT).

Schedule a Class

 

REQUIRED MATERIALS

  • Headshot | No larger than 5 MB
  • Dance Resume | Training, School, Performance History
  • Letter of Intent | Describing your artistic goals
  • Video Link for all dancers* | 1-2 minutes of contemporary or improvisational movement

* If auditioning by video, you must also submit a ballet barre segment. (see audition option #2 below)

ONLINE AUDITION FEES

  • Workshop Fees Vary
  • $50 | Video Audition
  • $45 | Individually Scheduled Audition

By credit card only. No refunds given. Dancers may transfer to another audition session.

Unsure about how to prepare for a virtual audition class?

In a recent LINESConnected blog article, we asked three of our faculty members – Karah Abiog, Keelan Whitmore, and LeeWei Chao – to share their top tips for approaching virtual auditions.

Read the Article