An artistic review is an evaluation of your talents or skills demonstrated by audition and discussion. Use this page to learn what to prepare, and to schedule your audition.
Reminder: Please submit your theatre scholarship application if you haven’t already.
As a non-degree co-curricular program, students in any major can participate in the NEO Theatre Experience.
Your artistic review begins with introducing yourself, then a Q&A session, followed by performance of the monologues and the optional music selection. The review concludes with a technique overview and exercise, and any questions you have for the evaluator.
Instructions: Print both monologues. Mark the text with your direction. Vertical lines for pauses, underline punch words, and write blocking notes in the margins. Bring the paper with you to auditions. Both monologues must be memorized and rehearsed, delivered standing, without props.
Your artistic review begins with introducing yourself, then a Q&A session, followed by presentation of the requested materials. The review concludes with any questions you have for the evaluator. Students focused on theatre tech have the same scholarship opportunities as actors.
We understand you may not have the requested materials. Many students are unaware they needed these items for future projects or the materials do not apply to your work. Put together what you can and be ready to discuss the rest. Provide the materials via screen share during your Zoom meeting.
Aaron Smith, coordinator, with student Isaac Anariba-Reyes on Zoom.
All scholarship auditions are now virtual (download Zoom). Setup your computer, phone, or tablet where you have privacy with room to sit and stand. Please, do not point the camera at the room’s light source. Be sure your face is clear and visible.
Though you will need time to gather the necessary materials and prepare for your artistic review, schedule your audition now. This will ensure you work productively and do not miss the deadline.
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