Submission Title

Performing Theatre Audition Scenes

Location

Ford Hall: Marshall Theatre

Subject Area

Theatre

Description

Four theatre students perform audition scenes originally presented at the 2019 Region VII Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) in Eugene, Oregon.

Irene Ryan Acting Competition

Four Linfield students and their scene partners competed in the 2019 Irene Ryan Acting Competition. Nominees for this competition are chosen by KCACTF respondents who view college productions throughout the region. Selections are based on the actors’ performances from plays they performed at their colleges and universities during the academic year. From a field of 240 nominated actors, Antoine Johnson and his scene partner Nicole Tigner advanced to the final round of 16 contestants. In this round, the nominee and their partner have 6 minutes to perform two scenes and their monologue or musical selection from the previous rounds.

Antoine Johnson (Irene Ryan Nominee) and Nicole Tigner (Scene Partner) perform their Irene Ryan final round audition.
Scene #1 from Extremities by William Mastrosimone
Monologue from Macbeth by William Shakespeare
Scene #2 from I and You by Lauren Gunderson

Musical Theatre Singing Auditions

Five Linfield students competed in the 2019 Musical Theatre Singing Auditions. From a field of 140 singers, Elise Martin and Melory Mirashrafi advanced to the final round of 16 contestants.

Elise Martin and Alexandria Hunter perform their musical selections.

Elise Martin
Song #1: "Dance 10, Looks 7" from A Chorus Line, Conceived and Originally Directed and Choreographed by Michael Bennett, Book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante, Music by Marvin Hamlisch, Lyrics by Edward Kleban
Song #2: "Mama Who Bore Me" from Spring Awakening, Book and Lyrics by Steven Sater, Music by Duncan Sheik, Based on the play by Frank Wedekind

Alexandria Hunter
Song: "It's A Privilege to Pee" from Urinetown, The Musical, Music and Lyrics by Mark Hollmann, Book and Lyrics by Greg Kotis

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Performing Theatre Audition Scenes

Ford Hall: Marshall Theatre

Four theatre students perform audition scenes originally presented at the 2019 Region VII Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) in Eugene, Oregon.

Irene Ryan Acting Competition

Four Linfield students and their scene partners competed in the 2019 Irene Ryan Acting Competition. Nominees for this competition are chosen by KCACTF respondents who view college productions throughout the region. Selections are based on the actors’ performances from plays they performed at their colleges and universities during the academic year. From a field of 240 nominated actors, Antoine Johnson and his scene partner Nicole Tigner advanced to the final round of 16 contestants. In this round, the nominee and their partner have 6 minutes to perform two scenes and their monologue or musical selection from the previous rounds.

Antoine Johnson (Irene Ryan Nominee) and Nicole Tigner (Scene Partner) perform their Irene Ryan final round audition.
Scene #1 from Extremities by William Mastrosimone
Monologue from Macbeth by William Shakespeare
Scene #2 from I and You by Lauren Gunderson

Musical Theatre Singing Auditions

Five Linfield students competed in the 2019 Musical Theatre Singing Auditions. From a field of 140 singers, Elise Martin and Melory Mirashrafi advanced to the final round of 16 contestants.

Elise Martin and Alexandria Hunter perform their musical selections.

Elise Martin
Song #1: "Dance 10, Looks 7" from A Chorus Line, Conceived and Originally Directed and Choreographed by Michael Bennett, Book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante, Music by Marvin Hamlisch, Lyrics by Edward Kleban
Song #2: "Mama Who Bore Me" from Spring Awakening, Book and Lyrics by Steven Sater, Music by Duncan Sheik, Based on the play by Frank Wedekind

Alexandria Hunter
Song: "It's A Privilege to Pee" from Urinetown, The Musical, Music and Lyrics by Mark Hollmann, Book and Lyrics by Greg Kotis