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Pre-Screen Submission Process

A pre-screen video submission is required for acting, musical theatre and theatre arts applicants. You must complete the pre-screening process in order to be considered for an in-person audition.

Due to the number of students who audition each year for the Conservatory, we do not provide feedback on individual audition results.

Submit Materials Online

Beginning September 1, 2019, applicants may begin to submit pre-screen materials to getaccepted.com/pointpark. Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Applicants will be notified of their results via email within two to three weeks.

Applicants invited to an in-person audition based on their pre-screening submission will receive a registration link to schedule an in-person audition. Live audition slots are available on a first-come, first served basis.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit their pre-screening materials as soon as possible (beginning September 1) as in-person audition slots fill quickly. 

Submit $90 Artistic Review Fee

All acting, musical theatre and theatre arts pre-screenings have a $90 artistic review fee, due at the time of your pre-screen submission. Applicants who are subsequently invited to a live audition based on their pre-screening submission will not be required to submit additional audition fees.

Conservatory applicants can be considered for an audition fee waiver. A waiver is based upon an applicant’s financial circumstances; i.e., you have received or are eligible to receive a College Board (SAT) or NACAC application fee waiver, you are Federal Pell Grant eligible (based upon your FAFSA) or your current financial situation stipulates that the audition fee would present a hardship.

Pre-Screen Submission Guidelines

The deadline for pre-screen submission is December 1, 2019. Pre-screen requirements vary by program: