- The proper slate for a song is to share your name, the song title, and show in which it appears.
- The proper slate for a monologue is to share your name, the title of the play, and the playwright.
JULY 10–18, 2022
The College Audition Conservatory is an unparalleled eight-day college audition preparatory summer intensive in Orlando, FL. Students and parents will have the unique opportunity to attend masterclasses, workshops, seminars, and mock auditions with faculty from ten of the top musical theatre college programs in the country, all set at the heart of Orlando’s Attractions!
Centrally located on popular International Drive and connected
to the Orange County Convention Center, the 1,334-room Rosen Centre® Hotel brings you within minutes of all the attractions and entertainment that make Orlando an exciting destination. In addition to being close to theme parks, shopping and world-class golf, Rosen Centre® Hotel is just 12 minutes from Orlando International Airport. With nine dining options, a 24-hour fitness center, a world-class spa, and tropical pool onsite, the Rosen Centre is a destination unto itself, right in the heart of one of the world’s most popular travel destinations.
Our World-Class Faculty
Spanning over ten schools across the country, our award-winning faculty is the heart of the College Audition Conservatory, and this year will feature the most spectacular ensemble of educators yet!
The College Audition
of Theatre/Music Theatre
Head of Musical Theatre Dance
Associate Teaching Professor
Of Music Theater
Carnegie Mellon University
of Music Theatre
Director of Musical Theatre
Point Park University
Dance Program Coordinator
Baldwin Wallace University
Take the first steps
All auditions are waived for current students of Tim Evanicki / The College Audition, and Conservatory Alumni.
For uploaded auditions, each piece should be filmed/uploaded as a separate piece of media. No continuous videos. Students are encouraged to use standard technology/recording devices that are available to them (i.e. smartphones, tablets, etc).
There should not be a separate introduction or “slate” video. Instead, “slates” are to appear at the beginning of each piece and included as part of the time allotment.
Students should prepare two contrasting pieces. Each institution is responsible for indicating which options are accepted.