Monologue ONLY and Monologue and Musical Theatre Auditions are at capacity for February 15th and March 8th in NYC. If you wish to add your name to a waitlist, please fill out the Online Audition/Interview Form and we will process your request accordingly.
If you are not granted an audition slot off of the waitlist, you may submit a digital audition on Acceptd.
We still have space open in our auditions in Atlanta on February 23rd and Denver on March 2nd. Audition requests must be made through Acceptd.
Theatre Arts applicants must interview and/or audition with the Theatre Arts faculty to be admitted into the BFA in Acting or BA in Theatre Arts concentrations in Theatre Performance, Directing, Design & Technical Production, or Producing & Management.
Applicants interested in the BA in the Theatre Arts major with concentrations in Writing for the Stage, Theatre Studies, or Performance & Digital Media do not require an interview for acceptance. The Department requires an interview only if students would like to be considered for a competitive scholarship. Typically the interview is done over the phone. Please visit Acceptd at to upload your required material for scholarship consideration. These non-interview programs are the perfect complement to the College’s English, History, and Communications Arts majors, should a student wish to consider a double major.
NYC Audition Dates
- November 23
- January 18
- February 1
- February 15
- March 8
- March 16 (reserved for current MMC students and transfer students)
Regional Audition Dates
(schedule through Acceptd)
- San Francisco - January 23
- Chicago - January 25
- Atlanta - February 23
- Denver - March 2
SCHEDULING YOUR AUDITION/INTERVIEW
To schedule an interview and/or audition in New York City, please complete the Online Interview/Audition Form. You may also call Theatre Admissions at (212) 774-0767. Once your audition slot has been confirmed, you will receive further information about what to prepare and the format of the interview/audition. Please do not make any travel arrangements until your audition slot has been confirmed.
All prospective students and their families are invited to attend the information sessions about our Theatre Arts programs that are offered at each of the Saturday interview/audition dates. At these sessions faculty present an overview of the College and Theatre Arts programs, and answer your questions.
Prospective students for the concentrations in Design & Technical Production and Producing & Management are interviewed by faculty on Fridays, the day before scheduled Saturday interview/audition dates.
To schedule an interview and/or audition at one of our regional sites, please proceed to our site on Acceptd at www.getacceptd.com/MarymountManhattan for further instruction. Once the faculty has reviewed your digital material on Acceptd, applicants will be notified as to whether they will be granted a regional audition/interview. Please do not make travel arrangements until you have been granted an audition slot from the Theatre Department. In your confirmation letter for your off-campus interview/audition you will be notified as to how those interview/audition days will be conducted.
All applicants are strongly encouraged to interview/audition in person. If extraordinary circumstances prevent travel to New York City or a regional site, a digital portfolio may be submitted through Acceptd. Please refer to www.getacceptd.com/MarymountManhattan for further submission requirements.
The Admissions Office of the College must receive your admissions application to the College at least three weeks prior to your scheduled interview or audition, in order for you to interview or audition for Theatre Arts. Your admissions file for the College does not need to be completed with transcripts, test scores, essays, and recommendations, but the application must be received for a prospective student to be interviewed and/or auditioned for Theatre Arts. An online MMC admissions application is available on the Admissions web page. Please keep in mind that we can not release your Theatre decision until you have been admitted academically to the College.
Based on your audition or interview and your academic record and family need, Competitive Scholarships may be awarded in both the BA in Theatre Arts and the BFA in Acting. Your admissions file to the College must be completed in the Admissions Office by March 17 to be considered for a Competitive Scholarship. Any admissions file completed after this date will be considered for a Competitive Scholarship based on remaining funds available. No additional written application is required for Competitive Scholarships.
If you have any any questions about the Department of Theatre Arts or would like to schedule a class visit, please contact Theatre Recruitment and Admissions at 212-774-0767 or email us at email@example.com. We will open classes up for observation in mid-October. We look forward to speaking with you!
To make an appointment with Emily Peters, Dance and Theatre Admissions Coordinator, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-517-0514. Theatre information sessions are offered daily through the Office of Admission at 2:00 pm and can be scheduled by calling Admissions at 212-517-0430.