The objectives of the Snow College Department of Theatre Arts are two-fold; they include
the study of dramatic literature and theory, theatre history, acting, set design,
lighting design, costume design and film. In addition to the scholarly exploration
of these subjects, the theatre program emphasizes the practical application of knowledge
gained and skills learned through annual performances before live audiences.
You may be interested in applying for a scholarship in the theatre department. We offer two kinds of scholarships: performance and technical.
To qualify for a theatre performance scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year, you are invited to audition for the theatre faculty on the Snow College Campus.
Auditions should consist of two contrasting two-minute monologues. You may choose to also perform a 16-bar song from a musical. Sheet music required for accompaniment. Your auditions should be no longer than 5 minutes in total. Resumes and/or portfolios of performance experience requested but not required.
Specific time-slots available until January 30th.
Further information regarding performance scholarships can be obtained by calling Andrew Nogasky at 435.283.7064 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To qualify for a technical theatre scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year, you are invited to present a portfolio and/or resume of your experience for consideration in an individual interview with the technical theatre faculty on the Snow College Campus.
Further information can be obtained by calling Andrew Nogasky at 435.283.7064 or email at email@example.com.