November 13 – 14, 2020
Online via Zoom!
This is a unique opportunity for the Class of 2021! Students will have an online tour of the college campus, workshops and classes with the faculty members and then have the exclusive opportunity to audition for the BFA Musical Theatre program in a REAL college audition for the Nazareth BFA Musical Theatre Program.
For the workshops, students should be in a space where they can move and also prepare two 32-bar song selections of contrasting styles, though only one selection may be chosen to work. Piano accompaniment for those tracks should be played on a device that is not the same device on which you are attending the zoom call (i.e. if you are watching the zoom call on a laptop, please play your accompaniment on a phone). We STRONGLY ENCOURAGE students to use an external microphone to avoid as many sound issues as possible. In order to maintain the professional integrity of the master class, students should be properly dressed for an audition or master class setting. The student should take the class from a well-lit area of their home without background noise, and in an area where they can perform their pieces, visible from at least the waist up, with no visual distractions behind them. We also encourage you, if possible, to attend the class from a computer with a hard-wired internet connection, or at the very least, from a room in your home where you will have the strongest wi-fi connection. To maintain the integrity and professionalism of the workshop, if your wi-fi is experiencing issued during the workshop, it is up to the master class presenter as to whether or not they will give you the full amount of time allotted to you. We will not be able to refund participants because of slow or broken wi-fi connections. This master class is presented for educational purposes only, and Tim Evanicki Inc. makes no claims that participation in this master class will increase the likelihood of admission to the school at which the master class presenter is employed.
For their audition for the BFA program, students will be required to bring 2 32-bar contrasting cuts, a monologue, and will be expected to dance.
You will receive more information on the timetable and links to the weekend closer to the time.