What do drama applicants need to prepare for the audition?


Your monologue should be no longer than 1 minute in length.

Things to keep in mind:

  • Have it memorized.

  • Be sure to articulate, add inflection, and project to your audience.

  • Don't forget about emotions, facial expressions, and physical movements.

  • Need help choosing an appropriate monologue? Click below for examples.


  • We want to get to know YOU.

  • Show us through any evidence what you have been involved with in your life.

  • These interests can be from anywhere, not just the arts!

  • Consider: awards, certificates, report cards, pictures, activities outside of school like athletics, family events and community groups, etc.

  • Click below to see some scrapbook examples.


Your Audition Day

January 31, 2020

* A reminder that all students participating in audition day MUST have submitted a completed application package by the application deadline *


8:30 - 9:00 AM

Enter the school through theatre entrance 2 and check in with the arts faculty in front of the cafeteria. Applicants will be escorted to the appropriate master class at this time. Please arrive on time.

The Master Class

9:00 - 11:00 AM

​The first part of your day begins with a 2 hour drama master class led by members of the Drama faculty. All applicants participate in this group portion of the audition.

Please wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move without restriction. 

Master Class Tips and Tricks:

  • This is an amazing opportunity for you to learn from new people. Embrace the challenge and say YES to new concepts.

  • We are paying attention to not only your skill set but also your attitude, character, and work ethic.

  • If you mess up, its ok! We don't expect anyone to be an expert. Participants are expected to attempt each task to the best of their ability.


11:00 - 11:40 AM

Applicant is to provide their own lunch during this time.


11:40 AM - 4:00 PM

Each applicant will be scheuled for a 10 minute interview where they will have the opportunity to present their personal scrapbook and prepared drama monologue.

  • You may be nervous but we will be helpful, kind, and guide you along the way.

  • Be proud of your accomplishments; our potential students come from a variety of backgrounds and experiences.

  • Be confident in who you are. Remember that life would be boring if we were all the same!



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Peterborough, Ontario
K9H 7H2
705 743 5230 ext. 176

Thomas A. Stewart Secondary School Est.1990


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