Maverick Theatre Company Season Auditions

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Flight 12 Improv Auditions

Thank you for signing up for auditions! Please read the following information. This is the second round of auditions. If you auditioned last week (1/24), please do not re-audition. 

When to arrive: 10 minutues prior to your audition time so you have time to fill out an standard information form. 

What to bring: Energy, a positive attitude, and a detailed conflicts list. IMPORTANT: Conflicts disclosed prior to rehearsal are the only conflicts that will be considered when casting. Conflicts encountered later on in rehearsal process will not be honored.

What to wear: Comfortable clothes and shoes you can move in and don’t mind getting on the floor in.

What to expect: This is a group audition. WOOT! Expect to be video recorded in a group, and expect to demonstrate improvisation skills based upon specific games (see below). 

What to prepare: Use this link to the Canadian Improv Games Quick Demos video (here’s the link in case the embedded link doesn’t work: Any of these may be played during the audition. The time marker after each title below indicates where in the video you’ll fine the exercise. If you wish to see the rules written out, enter into your favorite search engine ‘Canadian Improv Games’ followed by the name of the game, e.g. Canadian Improv Games Johnson File.

Date: 01/30/2020 (Thu.)

Location: FA 137 (studio)

  • YES AND 10:38 (watch this first —it’s a principle upon which improv is built)
  • 5 THINGS 1:40
  • YES, LET’S 5:28
  • CIRCUITS 5:53
  • CORRIDORS 7:10
  • HEADLINES 7:38
  • 5 ELEMENT GAME 8:48

If you require disability-related accomodation to fully participate in this activity, please contact the Troupe Director Laurel Whitsett at Thank you.

Prospective Student Auditions

BFA Auditions and Scholarship Auditions are held every February for more information contact Linette Tucker at or call (817) 272-5722.

BFA Performance Auditions
Auditions consist of two contrasting monologues from published plays (1 minute in length each). A 16-bar song is encouraged, but not required. UTA sends a faculty representative to the major recruiting conferences and events in the DFW area. Students may also audition privately in February. Each student auditioning privately will be required to submit an audition form, resume, and headshot at the time of the audition.

BFA Musical Theatre Auditions
Auditions consist of portions from two (2) contrasting musical theatre pieces (16-32 bars in length) showing range, storytelling, and variety, as well as a one-minute contemporary monologue from a published play. Please bring sheet music in the correct key, double-sided, and in a binder. An accompanist will be provided. Each student auditioning will be required to submit an audition form, resume, and headshot at the time of audition.

BFA in Design & Technology
All BFA candidates must formally audition for admittance into the program. Auditions consist of the prospective student’s presentation of a current portfolio and resume to one or more of the design/tech faculty. Auditions are typically ten minutes long and are followed by a brief Q&A. Students can audition either on site at UTA or through recruitment conferences where a UTA Department of Theatre Arts representative is present.

BA in Theatre Arts
No audition required.

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