The Hartt School
Hartt’s music theatre major integrates comprehensive actor training with rigorous instruction in singing and dance. Weekly individual voice lessons, along with classes in ear training and music theory, provide you with a strong musical foundation. Multiple levels of ballet, jazz, and tap help you develop the dance skills required for professional success.
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For more information, and to see a complete list of degree requirements, view the Course Catalog.
Admission and Audition Requirements
In order to schedule an audition, the University of Hartford application as well as the Hartt supplemental application must be completed. Learn more about the undergraduate application process.
The Hartt School conducts live auditions and interviews for music theatre applicants on campus as well as in select cities around the United States. Applicants who reside more than 300 miles away from campus are eligible to submit a recorded audition.
On-campus Music Theatre auditionees will take an in-depth ballet and jazz class, and then have a private singing/acting audition. Auditions off-campus require participation in an information session, a dance call, and a private acting/singing audition. All auditions must be scheduled through Hartt's Admissions office.
BFA, Music Theatres, 2012
Keisha Gilles is a New York- based actress. Recently, she was in the ensemble of the Broadway, first and second national tours of The Book of Mormon. She also toured with the national tour of Dreamgirls.
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I remember from the first day I stepped foot on campus and the welcoming energy that was there, I knew that it was the school for me.