The Fine Arts Scholarship in Theater is awarded to incoming students who have demonstrated ability and exceptional potential for growth in theater— including performance and technical theater— and who plan to actively participate in theater at Augsburg.
To be considered for a Fine Arts Scholarship in Theater, applicants must:
- Complete the Fine Arts Scholarship section on the Augsburg University application
Application Deadline: Students must have their Augsburg application completed (all application documents must be received) no later than February 14th, 2020. The Admissions Office will connect with students once they are admitted to complete the Fine Arts Scholarship process including scheduling the audition and or interview by no later than March 1st, 2020.
If you are a TRANSFER STUDENT the final deadline for completing your application (all application documents must be received) to be considered for a Fine Arts Scholarship is August 1, 2020.
In order to audition for a Theater Scholarship, you must first be admitted to Augsburg University and plan to be a full-time student seeking your first bachelor’s degree. Students currently enrolled at Augsburg University may not apply. Scholarship recipients need not major in theater, but must actively participate in theater productions and other departmental activities. You will be contacted to schedule an audition only after you have been admitted to Augsburg University. For questions on the fine arts theater audition, please contact Jenny Moeller (email@example.com or 612-330-1196).
Theater Performance: Prepare two short pieces of contrasting style of your choice (comedy/tragedy, classic/contemporary, etc.) totaling two and a half minutes. Please do not use dialects. No introduction is required; simply name the play and character which you will be performing and begin your monologue. You are expected to memorize these monologues. If you have any questions, please contact Darcey Engen, firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not hesitate to contact her.
Technical Theater: Prepare a work sample which may include photographs or models of costumes, sets, or other aspects of theater you have worked on. Prepare a three- to five-minute presentation in which you explain the sample and provide an overview of your work.