Musical Theatre

NEW at STU Fall 2022:  Musical Theatre performance 

In this exciting club you will take the spotlight!  

  • The musical theatre club will meet twice a week 
  • Performance opportunities for singers, dancers 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 Bobcat Music Hall of Fame. 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

  • October 31st Halloween Haunted House 8pm
  • Ritmo Y Sabor TBA
  • November 16th Cabaret 6pm
  • December 1st Christmas Concert 5pm

Stay tuned for Spring Auditions and Musical Announcement!

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
Graduate Assistants: 20 hours per week 


First-time Freshman and transfer students can receive up to $8,000 a year in Musical Theatre Scholarships. 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: 

Prepare 16 bars of two contrasting songs (about 2minutes) 
1 up tempo (quick)  
1 ballad (slow)  

*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