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Minnesota State University, Mankato

Minnesota State University, Mankato
Dance

Auditions

Page address: http://www.mnsu.edu/dance/performance/auditions.html

Fall 2010
Shift (2010), choreographed by Daniel Stark — Photo by Dan Norman

Dance Concert Auditions

Each fall and spring semester, auditions for dance concerts are held the first Wednesday of classes, from 1:30-3:00 p.m., in PA 126 (lower level dance studio).

Reminder: If cast in a faculty work, please see Julie Kerr-Berry or Dan Stark if you are interested in receiving Dance Repertory (DANC 428) credit. You must add this course by the end of the first week of classes.

BFA in Dance Auditions

• (The next audition date has yet to be determined). BFA Audition: TBD. For this or the Dance Freshman Talent Grant you must complete the application. Here is the day's schedule.

For more information, contact Dr. Julie Kerr-Berry, Director of Dance.

New Student Placement Auditions

The purpose of the Minnesota State University, Mankato Dance program’s placement audition is to determine what level of dance technique you should be in. Please arrive early so you can warm-up. The studio will be open. Make sure you are in your dance attire. Bring ballet slippers, but be able to dance in bare feet for part of the audition. The class will consist of a ballet segment, followed by a modern-based combination, and, ending with a jazz combination. You will not be asked to dance alone; essentially, you are just taking a dance class so we can watch you dance.

No placement auditions are currently scheduled. Watch back here for information as it becomes available.

Immediately following the audition, you will meet with the dance faculty to let you know what level of technique you will be placed in for fall or subsequent semester(s). At that time we will either confirm the classes you have already registered for, or suggest that you drop/add classes you should be taking. You will be able to add dance technique classes that day.

For more information about either of these dates or if you have general questions, contact Kerr-Berry or Stark.