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and dramatic Academy To learn more about AMDA, go to amda.edu The career that interests me is dance the education needed to be a dancer is to know terms, be able to choreograph dances, perform dances, and catch on quickly. AMDA's scholarships/financial aid: scholarships are granted based on the results of the audition and application process audition requirements for dance: for the bachelor of fine arts in dance theatre you will need a 60-90 second solo in the style of your choice.you will also be taught, learn and perform two different combinationsof any style. you must bring dance shoes and attire and provide a cd for the solo audition requirements for acting: you will neeed two two-minute monologues. the audition shouldn't be over four minutes. props are not permitted audition requirements for musical theatre: for a bachelor of fine arts degree in musical theatre, you must have one two-minute monologue and either two minutes or 32 bars of a song from the musical theatre or classical repertoire. it is mandatory to bring in sheet music in to your audition. AMDA will provide a profesional accompanist for you. props are not permitted and your performance should not exceed four minutes. salary: on average, professional dancers make $13 dollars an hour. The highest amount to be paid is $26. Short & long term goals: short:
take dance lessons at a dance studio.
practice a lot.
work for your goals long: work hard and graduate with a masters degree in dance and performing arts