Drama Scholarships

Drama Scholarships

The University of Dallas Drama Department offers scholarships to students aspiring to major in Drama.

Amount: $1,000-$5,000

Eligibility: High School Seniors & Transfer students

Application Deadline: December 1

Audition Deadline: December 15

To Apply: Students who have applied to UD and have an interest in Drama must submit a resume, a scholarship application, and audition by the deadline. An Audition or Interview will be arranged by the Drama Faculty. During the audition, performance candidates must present two monologues. The drama faculty would like to see one piece from Shakespeare and one from a contemporary play. Please limit your entire audition to five minutes. Portfolio reviews/interviews will be arranged for those students with a design interest.

For more information on our department or our scholarship, please contact:


Kyle Lemieux
Associate Professor of Drama
972-721-5061
klemieux@udallas.edu


Applications must be received by December 1st and your audition must be performed by December 15th.

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