Theatre Auditions


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Monday, September 29 | Mundelein 409

Students who wish to audition should prepare a 1-2 minute contemporary monologue.

Callbacks will be held the evening of September 30th from 6-10 p.m.

Important dates:

Rehearsal Begins: January 12

Tech: February 11-18

Performances: February 19-22, February 26-March 1

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Friday, October 10 | Mundelein 125

Students who wish to audition should prepare two 16-bar cuts – one contemporary musical theater piece (from pieces like HAIR, RENT, ALL SHOOK UP, etc.) and one contemporary pop piece (such as those performed by John Mayer, Alicia Keys, Dave Matthews, Bruno Mars, etc.), totaling 32 bars. Please remember to bring sheet music for the accompanist.

Callbacks will be held the afternoon of Sunday, October 12 in Mundelein 125. Those who are called back will be asked to stay for an hour and a half long workshop session.

Important dates:

Rehearsal Begins: February 23rd

Tech: April 1st-8th

Performances: April 9th-19th

This show conflicts with This Is Our Youth.

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4 Responses to Theatre Auditions

  1. Evan Woods

    Looking at possible auditions during Unifieds in Chicago. Would love to tour the theatre dept that week if possible. I am excited about Loyola. Thank you. Evan. Woods

    • Jaela Hall

      Hello Evan. Thank you so much for your interest in our program! If you would like to get a tour, simply contact The Box Office at 773.508.8400 and we would be happy to assist you in setting one up. Look forward to hearing from you!

  2. Joey McCauley

    I’m super excited to try out. I was curious about details for the monologue. Would vulgarity be a problem? Does it need to be memorized? Should we bring in copies for the conductors of the audition? I know it’s really close to audition day, but thank you in advance.

    • Jaela Hall

      Hello Joey. I hope this response finds you in a timely manner. While I am not sure whether or not the piece needs to be memorized, I do believe vulgarity should be no issue considering the productions we have put on in past seasons. I would advise memorizing it as best you can and using the hard copy for reference when needed and a copy for the conductors couldn’t hurt! Good luck!

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