Musical Theatre

NEW at STU Fall 2022:  Musical Theatre performance 

In this exciting course you will take the spotlight!  

  • The musical theatre course will meet twice a week 
  • Performance opportunities for singers, dancers, musicians (pit band/orchestra), stage crew and actors of all levels  
  • Attend workshops with professionals in the field of theatre and musical theatre 
  • Learn about careers in the arts  

FIA-100 meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-5pm in the Performing Arts room, in the Student Center. Students must be registered for the course to participate. 

The benefits of studying theatre:  

  • Build confidence and concentration 
  • Cooperation/Collaboration 
  • Problem solving skills 
  • Empathy  
  • Communication Skills  
  • Creativity and imagination 
  • Emotional outlet 
  • Broaden your world view 
  • FUN! 

Upcoming Performances

Spring Musical will be “Godspell” a musical composed by Stephen Schwartz with book by John-Michael Tebelak based on the parables according to Gospel of Matthew with rock music. Performed with permission from Music Theatre International.  Performances at Monsignor PACE High School, 15600 NE 32nd Ave, Miami Gardens, FL. 
Friday, April 28th 7pm
Saturday, April 29th 7pm
Sunday, April 30th 3pm

Studying theatre provides students with skills they will use for a lifetime. In any career or job, you will have the confidence to perform at the highest level.  


Eligible undergraduate and graduate work-study is available. 
Undergraduates: 15 hours per week


Competitive Musical Theatre Scholarships for first-time Freshman and transfer students are available. Responsibilities include participation and performing in performances on and off-campus. Auditions will be held at the beginning and throughout each semester.

Auditions can be in person, online or through video submission. Please prepare a one minute song or monologue in the musical theater style.

Guidelines for auditions: 

In all videos or online auditions be sure the sound quality is good and be sure that the camera is on
**Actors should prepare a 1-2 minute monologue 


For more information about work-study, scholarships, or participation, contact Dr. Elizabeth Turner
ETurner@STU.EDU | 305-628-6770


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