Musical theatre audition tips part 4: rocking the dance call

Musical theatre audition tips part 4: rocking the dance call

Welcome back to part 4, the final section of MTU’s audition tips series: rocking the dance call. This post discusses the elements of the dance portion of your musical theatre audition, what to expect and how to stand out against the crowd. How a dance call works: usually if you are attending a dance call, it is because you are at a large open call audition or you are being considered for an ensemble role in a show, so you'll be asked to attend a dance call with 50-100 other people. The show's choreographer will teach the entire group a short combination, after which he/she will call you up in small groups of 4-6 while he/she evaluates, along with the rest of the creative team.

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Musical theatre audition tips part 2: music advice

Musical theatre audition tips part 2: music advice

Following up our audition tips part 1, which covered general professionalism in auditions, today we're moving on to part 2 which will focus on the musical aspect of your audition: song choices, vocal technique, and working with accompanists. 

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