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Snow College Theatre Arts Department Scholarships

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.

UTA CALLBACKS & INTERVIEWS

Information Session, Q&A, and Notes

If you submitted either an audition or a digital portfolio for consideration during this year's digital UTA conference, we invite you to attend one of our Zoom information sessions to meet our faculty, discuss your materials/audition, and to talk about our program.  Sessions run Saturday, November 13th.

  • Design/Tech Session:  10am-12pm (MST)
  • Performance Session 1:  12pm-2pm (MST)
  • Performance Session 2:  2pm-4pm (MST)

The following Snow Theatre Design/Technical Faculty/Staff will attend the Design/Tech Session:

  • Associate Professor Milinda Weeks, M.F.A., Head of Design
  • Trent Bean, Technical Director, M.F.A.

The following Snow Theatre Performance Faculty will attend both Performance Zoom sessions:

  • Chair, Associate Professor Andy Nogasky, M.F.A., Head of Performance
  • Assistant Professor Ed Swidey, M.F.A., Acting, Improv, Musical Theatre

Each Zoom session will include:

  • An introduction to Snow College Theatre and its performance training offerings within the larger Theatre major
  • Information on in-person auditions/interviews for the Snow College Theatre program coming up this spring and the UTA Conference January 20-22, 2022
  • An opportunity for interested studentss to ask any questions they may have about the program
  • Feedback on UTA student audition videos/portfolios for those students who'd like to receive constructive criticism on their work

Zoom Link, Passcode, and Information for Saturday, November 13th , sessions:

Design/Tech Session (10am-12pm):

  • Zoom Link
  • Meeting ID: 821 0729 4739
  • Passcode: Badgers

Performance Session 1 (12pm-2pm):

  • Zoom Link
  • Meeting ID: 819 5332 8073
  • Passcode: Badgers

Performance Session 2 (2pm-4pm)

  • Zoom Link
  • Meeting ID: 819 5332 8073
  • Passcode: Badgers

 

PERFORMANCE SCHOLARSHIPS

To qualify for a theatre performance scholarship for the 2022-2023 academic year, you are invited to shedule an in-person audition consisting of two contrasting monologues.

  • Auditions should consist of two contrasting two-minute monologues. You may choose to also perform a 16-bar song from a musical.
  • Auditions should be no longer than 5 minutes in total.
  • If you are unable to audition in person, videoed submissions will be considered. Please upload your submission to an online platform such as Youtube, and then supply us with the video link.
  • Resumes and headshots, and/or portfolios of performance experience requested but not required.

Review of materials will begin January 29th for early consideration, February 26th for standard consideration. Once reviewed you will be scheduled for an online interview.

Auditions will be held Saturday, February 5th for early consideration, March 5th for standard scholarship dates.

Following all interviews and auditions on both audition days, interested students and families are invited to take a tour of our performance facilities, meet the faculty, and participate in an informal Q&A session.

Further information regarding performance scholarships can be obtained by calling Andrew Nogasky at 435.283.7064 or email at andrew.nogasky@snow.edu.

Early Consideration Submission/Scheduling Deadline: January 29th, 2022 at Noon. Auditions February 5, 2022
Standard Scholarship Submission/Scheduling Date: February 5th, 2022 at Noon. Interviews March 5th, 2022

 

TECHNICAL/DESIGN SCHOLARSHIPS

To qualify for a technical theatre scholarship for the 2022-2023 academic year, you are invited to submit a portfolio and/or resume of your experience for consideration.

Review of materials will begin January 29th for early consideration, February 26th for standard consideration. Once reviewed you will be scheduled for an online interview.

Interviews will be held Saturday, February 5th for early consideration, March 5th for standard scholarship dates.

If you are unable to attend in person, a digital interview process may be requested.

Following all interviews and auditions on both scholarship days, interested students and families are invited to take a tour of our performance facilities, meet the faculty, and participate in an informal Q&A session.

Further information can be obtained by calling Andrew Nogasky at 435.283.7064 or email at andrew.nogasky@snow.edu.

Early Consideration Submission/Scheduling Deadline: January 29th, 2022 at Noon. Interviews February 5th, 2022
Standard Scholarship Submission/Scheduling Date: February 26th, 2022 at Noon. Interviews March 5th, 2022