Theatre & Cinema Performance
12 Angry Jurors
by Reginald Rose
Nov. 10-12, 17-19, 7:30 p.m.
The Theatre & Cinema Performance (TCP) program is designed to fill the huge void between Classical Theatre Training and Acting for Film/TV. Today, we are in the throws of what will be and is considered "the second golden age of television." Every cable network from A&E to Hulu, Amazon, INSP and of course Netflix are creating original content for their networks, offering countless opportunities for the properly trained actor. The traditional "Classical Theatre" training does not adequately prepare students for todays Theatre & Cinema landscape.
The TCP Program Has Three Goals:
- Provide a craft of acting that works as seamlessly on Stage and as on the Screen.
- Offer our students opportunities to perform in Theatre productions AND Film/TV productions.
- Encourage an entrepreneur spirit within the confines of a Christian World View.
We offer scholarships in the following disciplines:
- ACTING - By Scheduled Audition.
- SOUND -
- SET DESIGN
- COSTUME DESIGN
Acting scholarships are available for students who major or minor in Theatre & Cinema Performance.
The audition consist of preparing TWO contrasting monologues each 1 minute in length.
For all technical theatre scholarships, students do not have to major or minor in Theatre & Cinema Performance. Auditions are by interview.
For more information on Auditions @ Asbury or to schedule a Tech interview, contact Professor Jeff Day: firstname.lastname@example.org