Scholarship auditions for 2016 incoming freshmen will be held Saturday, February 6,
2016 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm in the Noorda Theatre. We invite any transfer students
or incoming freshmen to come audition!
Auditions consist of two minutes of material. You can do a total of two pieces, one
of which can be sung. An accompanist will be provided. You can schedule an audition
time by contacting Christopher Clark at email@example.com.
If you are unable to attend the scholarship auditions you can:
Please be aware that these scholarship auditions are separate from the auditions into
our BFA programs. Those auditions take place in November and are for current students
only. Incoming freshmen may audition for the BFA in November of their first Fall semester.
We are excited to meet you and hope you’ll come join us at UVU!
In 2014 the UVU Theatre Department received our second Outstanding Production award
from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival in Washington DC; the first
time any school has ever won this prestigious award two years consecutively! We're
thrilled about these recognitions and are excited to welcome you to join us in our
2015-2016 Theatre Season. Join us as we explore both a British comedy and a drama,
an original Canadian play, two original American musicals, and several productions
geared just for youth! Our season promises to excite, teach, and entertain patrons
of all ages: there's something for everyone! Come see what all the fuss is about!
UVU Theatre is THE destination for theatre in Utah for both audiences and students.
Every member of our community is touched by our work, whether through our main stage
productions, our theatre for children and youth, through the influence of our teachers,
and by contact with our students. Through our classes, programs, and productions,
we are interwoven into the tapestry of our connecting communities to the extent we
are an acknowledged "cultural treasure".learn more
Summer camps and staged readings are just a few of the theatrical opportunities available
at the UVU Noorda Regional Theatre Center for Children and Youth. The center, directed
by university faculty and staff, is designed to give students from kindergarten to
high school exposure to theater and drama activities, both as audience members and
as creators.... learn more