By far one of the best investments you can make for your child's college audition process.

Welcome To
The Next Level

What If Your Future Could Start Right Now?

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!

The location

The Rosen Centre And Resort Orlando

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

Practice Your Audition With College 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!

Tim Evanicki

The College Audition

Matt Campbell

Assistant Professor
of Theatre/Music Theatre

Viterbo University

Jane Lanier

Head of Musical Theatre Dance
Roosevelt University

Rick Edinger

Associate Teaching Professor
Of Music Theater

Carnegie Mellon University

Robin Lewis

Associate Professor
Rider University

Brian Kremer

Assistant Professor
of Music Theatre

Elon University

Zeva Barzell

Director of Musical Theatre
Point Park University

Greg Daniels

Dance Program Coordinator
/Associate Professor

Baldwin Wallace University

Take the first steps

Audition Requirements

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.

  • 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.

Students should prepare two contrasting pieces. Each institution is responsible for indicating which options are accepted.

  • One song should be a ballad and one song should be an uptempo so as to contrast style
  • Each song file should be 60-90 seconds (This time limit includes the slate at the beginning of the piece and is strictly adhered to; please do not upload media files longer than 90 seconds)
  • Students must sing to musical accompaniment, which could include live or pre-recorded accompaniment. No “a cappella” singing (meaning singing without music).
  • Songs should be filmed in a ¾ shot which means the top of the head to the knees should be visible in the frame.
  • One song should be written before 1970. This song can be either the “uptempo” or the “ballad” (student’s choice).
  • One song should be written after 1970 and contrast the style of the first.
  • Many accompaniment tracks to musical theater songs are available on Youtube and other websites. If you do not have a way to work with a live accompanist or don’t have access to a recorded track of your music, consider using an app that will play the piano part for you. Harmony Helper is one such app that allows you to take photos of your sheet music, upload them to the app and then generate a piano track that you can use.
  • When using prerecorded music, make sure the music source (the speaker or output) is closer to you than it is to the device on which you are recording. By having the accompaniment near you, your voice and the music will reach the microphone on your device in a more balanced manner.
  • Monologue must be from a published play.
  • Monologue cannot be from musicals, television shows, or movies.
  • Each monologue file should be 60-90 seconds in length (this time limit includes the slate at the beginning of the piece and is strictly adhered to; please do not upload media files longer than 90 seconds)
  • 1 contemporary monologue (written after 1900), 60-90 seconds in length
  • The contemporary monologue should be filmed in a “close-up” shot which means the top of the head to the chest should be visible in the frame.
Important Note: Please do not be discouraged if you are not a dancer. Admission to the Conservatory will not be determined based on dance ability, rather, we will use these videos to place you in the appropriate dance group so you are taking class with other students at your level. What is most important is that you send a video showing the level where you are now, and that you HAVE FUN in the dance video. A 30-second video of you step-touching with a smile on your face is plenty, and you should be proud of where you are! Students may be asked to execute one or both of the following options. Each institution is responsible for indicating which options are accepted.​
  • All dance media should be filmed in a “full body” shot taking care to keep the student’s entire body in the frame at all times.
  • Applicants do not need to slate in any dance media.
  • Regardless of which style of dance you execute, the choreography and the movement should be story-driven and connected to the music where the applicant is dancing with a sense of purpose.
  • 30-60 seconds of dance in whatever dance discipline you feel most confident. This may include, but is not limited to jazz, ballet, tap, modern, cultural dance styles, hip hop, lyrical, or contemporary.
  • Please do not submit “barre work”. Instead, check to see if the auditioning program offers the optional “Ballet Submission”.
  • Please use steps, movement, and physical vocabulary that you are familiar with and can execute well.
  • Dance media can be self-choreographed, but must be a solo video of you. This can include a show, competition, or other performance so long as you are clearly featured on your own.
  • All choreography must be performed to music; please no “a cappella” dance media.
  • Applicants are encouraged to keep a full-length mirror behind the filming device so as to see themselves as they execute choreography.

Student Attendee Only Pricing

Student Participant
Student Participant w/ Non-Attendee Parent

One Parent Attendee Add-On Options

+ $
One PARENT ATTENDEE | Private room
+ $

Two Parent Attendee Add-On Options

+ $
+ $
*Services provided by Tim Evanicki Inc. DBA The College Audition (TEI) are of a preparatory nature only. TEI makes no claims that the client is “guaranteed admission” to any college or university program, nor does TEI make promises of any special consideration given to the clients from the colleges or universities.
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