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Theatre at Collin College
— Audition Notice —
What: Radio Daze is a live broadcast of classic radio shows performed over five nights.
When: A video submission of the provided script (click here) is due by Sunday, January 24.
Callbacks will be via Zoom on Monday, January 25.
Rehearsals will begin January 27, via Zoom and go to in-person rehearsals in February.
Performances will be March 3 – 7.
Where: Auditions are a video submission of the provided script (click here).
Rehearsals and Performances will be held in the John Anthony Theatre,
Collin College, 2800 E. Spring Creek Pkwy.
Who: For more information please contact Robin Armstrong, RArmstrong@collin.edu.
Video Submissions: Send to Robin Armstrong at RArmstrong@collin.edu
Collin Theatre Center
Whether you are taking your first timid steps upon the stage or you are a veteran performer of musicals and plays, theatre coursework at Collin College can be your ticket to better performance and a fuller understanding of “the business of show.”
Theatre coursework introduces students to the aesthetic and analytical elements of theatrical productions. It offers a full curriculum of theatre study including work in beginning and advanced acting, musical theatre, voice and diction, stagecraft and design, costume design and stage makeup, theatre history, as well as courses in stage management, acting for the camera, improvisation, movement and mask work.
The labs enable students to have hands-on experiences through performances, as well as shop and crew assignments. Studies include contemporary theories and classical aspects of theatrical productions. Theatre coursework at Collin College has been nationally recognized and Collin students have gone to prestigious training programs across the country.
What’s more, many Collin College alumni and faculty have worked in professional theatre, film/tv, the voiceover industry, and theatre education.