Auditions, Workshops, and Info

Theatre at GV

Twelfth Night

Twelfth Night 2011

Richard III

Richard III 2012

Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing 2013

Theatre at Grand Valley will frequently offer auditions and workshops for upcoming productions. Please look periodically for new information for added auditions, workshops, and events.

Click here for some "Frequently-Asked Questions" about auditioning for shows at GVSU

GVSU Theatre students, check Blackboard for casting calls for film, video, and outside GVSU opportunities!


Shakespeare Scholarships are available for current GVSU Theatre majors and incoming freshmen and transfer students majoring in Theatre.

Production Assistantships and roles in the show are available for Theatre majors, minors and all non-Theatre majors and minors. All Shakespeare Scholarships and Assistantship applicants must submit an application through MyScholarships.

Non-Theatre majors and minors, Incoming Freshmen and Transfer Students are eligible to receive a Shakespeare Assistantship and must submit an application through MyScholarships. Plus you can audition for a role in our Fall 2015 Shakespeare Festival production, All's Well That Ends Well. Incoming freshmen and transfer students may audition for a role and/or scholarship on March 29 between 5pm and 7pm. Click here for more details for incoming and transfer students. To reserve a time, please either mail or call 616-331-8176.


PS Series applications for Directors, Designers and Stage Managers are due March 31 (extended date!) so if you're interested in those positions for the Fall 2015 semester, please click here and look for the applications!


Auditions for the Fall Shakespeare Festival production, All's Well That Ends Well and our touring Bard To Go, will be held on March 29 and 31. Sign-up at the Louis Armstrong Theatre box office in person, by calling 616-331-2300, or email

  *Audition time slots are available:  Sunday, March 29, 2015 from 7:30pm to 9:30pm and Tuesday, March 31, 2015 from 7:00pm to 10:00pm.

  *Please prepare one minute of contemporary monologue and 16 lines of Shakespeare.


Looking for a great summer intern opportunity? Consider Saugatuck Center for the Arts and Mason Street Warehouse. Click here for more details and get great experience while having fun!


Cincinnati Playhouse Internships available. Please click here to see the document and how to apply!


Incoming 2014 Freshmen and Transfer Students, please contact to schedule a tour of our facility and to speak with a professor. We will be more than happy to provide you with some tickets to one of our shows if your schedule allows!


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Current students, please be certain to check the available scholarship, directing, designing, advising, work/study, and many other opportunities.

Check our informational tabs and follow the links to the information. If you are unable to find what you are looking for, please feel to call 616-331-8176. We want to make it as efficient as possible for you to complete your degree and maintain your graduation schedule.

The program is flexible with a strong core of theatre requirements and multiple elective offerings to allow students to pursue their own particular interests. Students can earn a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree.

Click here for academic information on our Theatre major.

Theatre students study a variety of topics, including:

  • Communication
  • Costume construction
  • Directing
  • History of theatre
  • Improvisation
  • Play analysis
  • Stagecraft
  • Theatre production

Versatility is the single most important factor in obtaining work as a graduate of the drama program. Grand Valley theatre students have successfully completed programs in graduate schools and professional conservatories. They have found work in schools and recreation departments, repertory theatre companies, modern dance companies, and arts organizations as:

  • Administrators
  • Designers
  • Writers
  • Directors
  • Performers
  • Teachers
  • Technicians

Crimes of the Heart

Twelfth Night

Antona Garcia