How Do I Apply? Most college auditions are held between December and February of the student's senior year. The number of coaching sessions is dependent on the number of programs for which the student is auditioning. Some programs in directing, playwriting, and technical theatre require a comprehensive portfolio of the student's work throughout high school. It is recommended that a student begin the mentorship process in spring of junior year in high school. FOR PERSONALIZED ONE ON ONE COACHING CONTACT firstname.lastname@example.org
The College Prep Pre-Professional Program
What ls It?
The Mentorship Program is an individualized course of study to prepare students for Auditions and interviews for admission to college, university, and conservatory theatre Arts training programs. Students who intend to major in theatre arts should enroll in the Mentorship Program in the spring of their Junior Year.
The Mentorship - College Prep Pre-Professional Program assists parents and students in their search and selection of the right theatre training program for the student.
· Selection and cutting of audition material for each audition
· Private Coaching
· Preparation for college scholarship auditions
· Time Management and Focusing
· Interviewing techniques and practice
· Video for pre-screening
· Online profile
College Placement & Success Mentorship students have been admitted to many of the finest theatre arts programs in the country:· Boston Conservatory · Chapman University· Columbia College - Chicago· DePaul University· Elon· Emerson· Fairfield University· Fordham University· Loyola University - Chicago· Loyola Marvmount University· Marvmount Manhattan· New York University· University of Alabama· University of California Irvine· University of California Los Angeles· University of Michigan· University of Southern California· The American Academy of Dramatic Arts· The Atlantic Theatre Company· TCU· PACE· Wagner
Standard Fee Structure
Virtual Coaching 60 minute Sessions
In- Studio 90 minute Sessions