Musical Theatre Program (BFA)

Local Auditions: February 17, 2018.

Unified Auditions: NYC January 20-21, 2018, Chicago February 5-8, 2018, LA February 11, 2018.


Admission to the Musical Theatre Program (MTP) is by audition only. We prefer applicants to audition in-person. Applicants may audition on campus at the University of Utah, or in one of the cities we visit as part of the National Unified Auditions.

All students that have auditioned for the 2018-2019 school year will be notified of acceptance by March, 2018.

If you have any questions about the application/audition process or the materials you should submit, please contact utheatreauditions@gmail.com.


The Musical Theatre Program is a dynamic and demanding undergraduate training experience for students who seek a professional career in Musical Theatre. The curriculum is fundamentally craft-based, offering rich and intensive courses in singing, acting, and dancing. Our vocal, dancing, and acting faculty is comprised of nationally and internationally recognized working professionals who bring their talents, skills, and experience to the classroom. We also have a commitment to bringing in guest artists and other visiting professionals to complement our existing curriculum. Our comprehensive course of study requires that students who successfully complete the program must be motivated, committed, hard-workers, as well as gifted. Students must demonstrate continued progress and development and pass ongoing faculty evaluation in order to remain in the program.


Performance Opportunities

Our performance facilities include the Babcock Theatre, our main stage, which is home to a season of four productions each year, and Studio 115, our flexible black box space which produces a minimum of four experimental productions each year. The Department of Theatre has a healthy working relationship with the celebrated Pioneer Theatre Company, a professional repertory Lort-B theatre located on the campus of the University of Utah. Seniors will be eligible to audition for an internship program.

Suggested Plan of Study


Program Head
Denny Berry
801-581-6448
denny.berry@utah.edu
To learn more about Academic Advising click here.


MTP Handbook *This handbook is being edited and is under revision. Please contact Program Head for more information and questions.