What to Wear to the Audition
You’re best off dressing as a “daytime professional.”
Guys: dress slacks and dress shoes (no athletic shoes!), button up shirt. Tie and jacket are optional, but a good choice. A tux is too formal. Jeans are too informal.
Girls: skirt or knee-length dress, stylish but somewhat conservative. Dress shoes (midheight heels with hose). Avoid short, short skirts and low, low necklines.
Use a solid colored (preferably black) 3-ring binder, with clean, complete photocopies of your audition repertoire. Clearly mark where you are beginning and if there are any cuts. Tabs are helpful.
Email or hand-write thank you notes after auditions, using correct academic titles of faculty, available on each school’s own website.
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