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Auditioning is an essential skill for every actor, as is portfolio presentation for every designer or technician and therefore an important requirement for entering CTP. See our specific requirements below and contact Don Hooper to schedule an audition or portfolio presentation at dhooper@centenary.edu

 

For Acting

  1. Current headshot and resume
  2. One minute comedic monologue (classical or contemporary)
  3. One minute dramatic monologue (classical or contemporary)

 

For Design or Technical Theatre

  1. Current technical resume
  2. Portfolio showcasing production design and technical work

 

Submitting Your Audition to CTP

CTP strongly encourages live, in-person auditions for serious theatre students. The best way is to arrange a campus visit through our Admissions Office and tell them you wish to make a live audition part of your itinerary. A campus visit allows you to get to know us and vice versa. Also, you’ll have a great time exploring our beautiful campus.

We do allow other audition options for those who find it too difficult to arrange a campus visit. The next best option is a live Zoom audition in which you’ll arrange an audition time and date with CTP and perform live for us via Zoom. The last option is to record your audition and submit digitally to CTP along with your resume and optional portfolio.

Contact Don Hooper for instructions on submitting your audition or portfolio.
dhooper@centenary.edu
(318) 869-5076

 

Artistic Merit Scholarship

Based on your audition, you will be considered for an “Artistic Merit” scholarship. This scholarship would be in addition to other possible scholarships offered by CTP and Centenary College. When you finish reading this page, check out our Scholarships and Opportunities page [link] to discover more about our family of scholarships and how they can benefit you!

Contact Info

Don Hooper

Department Chair


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