Dance Entrance Auditions | Dance and Theatre

Dance Entrance Auditions

Event information
Date: 
Wednesday, August 23, 2017 - 1:00pm
Location: 
UNT - DATH Building

The dance entrance audition for the Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 semester will be held Wednesday, August 23, 2017 from 1 pm to 3 pm in the DATH Building Room 110. The DATH Building is located at 300 Bernard Street; Denton, TX 76201. All students wanting to major in dance (including entering freshman, transfer students, or current students at UNT) must participate in and pass the dance audition in order to be declared a dance major at UNT. Interested students MUST fill out and mail in the Application for Dance Major to reserve an audition space prior to the audition date or bring it on the date of the audition. It is the student's responsibility to call the Department office to ensure their application has been received. This audition is only for entrance into the dance program at UNT.

Students should arrive 30 minutes prior to the audition time in order to receive their audition number and warm up. If a student has already sent in their application materials, no further documents will be necessary. The audition consists of a ballet and modern class in which students will perform a routine choreographed by the professors. Students do not have to bring any prepared material or music. Auditions cannot be watched. Students should wear a leotard, tights, leggings, or any other comfortable versatile clothing and ballet shoes. The audition will last about 2 to 3 hours.

Dance: High school students should prepare by completing four years of English, math and social science, including economics, geography, government and history; three years of science and foreign language; and one year of fine arts courses, among other subjects. Courses in computers, music and advanced math, as well as any dance training will help you prepare to major in dance.

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