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Linehan Artist Scholar Auditions & Portfolio Reviews

The 2018 Audition/Portfolio Review Day
Saturday, January 27th, 2018
12 Noon – 5 P.M.

Students must submit a separate Linehan Artist Scholars application to be considered as a candidate for the program. The application and all supplemental materials must be received by January 15, 2018.

To schedule your Audition or Portfolio Review, please go to the Scholarship Day Registration Form​.​

The UMBC Theatre Department faculty will assess each candidate’s artistic merit for the Linehan Artist Scholar Program and Fine Arts Awards. During the day you will have ample opportunity to interact with our faculty and current students.

Instructions for All Candidates

All candidates check in at 12 noon, Performing Arts & Humanities Building.

You should plan to spend the afternoon with us. You will be released after your individual audition or interview; the day will run no longer than 5:00 p.m. In addition to the audition and interview activities, you will have the opportunity to talk with current Linehan Artist Scholars and tour our campus.

General Information Meeting: After checking-in, you and your parents are invited to attend the general information session about the UMBC Department of Theatre.

Snow Day: Saturday, February 3, 2018, 12 noon-5:00 p.m. To check weather closings, go to UMBC’s homepage under the “Events” section or call the HotLine telephone number (410-455-6789)

Acting Candidates

Click here for acting audition guidelines.

Design, Technical Production, & Stage Management Candidates

Click here for portfolio review guidelines.

Directions and Parking

The Performing Arts and Humanities Building is located about 15 minutes from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and about 25 minutes from the Washington Beltway (I-495). From the roadway, the Concert Hall’s exterior is easily recognized by its shiny stainless steel façade and its distinctive “thumbprint.”

For GPS devices, use Geocode 39.255363 -76.715370. Please note that the entire UMBC campus has one street address — 1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore, MD 21250 — so Google and Apple maps may not provide sufficient detail.

From downtown Baltimore, take I-95 south, then take Exit 47B and follow clearly marked signs to Route 166 and UMBC. As you enter the campus, proceed straight through the first roundabout, and then turn left at the second roundabout to merge onto the inner loop of Hilltop Circle, the road that surrounds the campus. At the traffic light at Hilltop Road, take a right, and then an immediate left into Parking Lot 8.

From I-695, take Exit 12C onto Wilkens Avenue heading west. At the roundabout, turn left to enter campus on Hilltop Road. Proceed straight through the traffic light, and then take an immediate left into Parking Lot 8.

From the Washington area, take I-95 north toward Baltimore, then take Exit 47B and follow clearly marked signs to Route 166 and UMBC. As you enter the campus, proceed straight through the first roundabout, and then turn left at the second roundabout to merge onto the inner loop of Hilltop Circle, the road that surrounds the campus. At the traffic light at Hilltop Road, take a right, and then an immediate left into Parking Lot 8.

You are welcome to park in Lot 8 for all evening and weekend events free of charge. If you’re visiting Monday through Friday during work hours, please plan to use pay parking in Lot 9 (limited visitor parking, located immediately behind the PAHB), the Administration Drive Garage (visitor parking), or the Walker Avenue Garage (visitor parking). For more information, please visit here.

Questions? Contact Professor Eve Muson, Theatre Scholarship Coordinator, at ebmuson@umbc.edu.