Gordon Wilson Hall will be filled with leotards and dance shoes Saturday (Oct. 17) as potential WKU students descend on the Hill to audition for the WKU Dance Program.
Dance Auditions 2015 1280x720While on the Hill, prospective students will have the opportunity to talk with current students and learn about the program, meet the faculty and audition in ballet, jazz and modern dance. Once at WKU, they will have the opportunity to join current company members in the classroom and on the stage.
“We see such talent, that the selection process is always hard,” said Amanda Clark, Associate Professor and Dance Program Coordinator. “Our dance students do a wonderful job of representing us on the stage.”
The auditions begin at 9 a.m. For information or to sign up to audition, contact Amanda Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current Dance Company members and apprentices include Kelby Auten, a junior from Louisville; Lauren Bryan, a senior from Bardstown; Jordan Bryant, a sophomore from Indianapolis; Charles Buckner, a junior from Louisville; Lilly Comstock, a freshman from Prospect; Billy Durbin, a junior from Morgantown; Trevor Edwards, a sophomore from Glasgow; Eliah Furlong, a sophomore from Bowling Green; Miriam Gaines, a sophomore from Mount Juliet, Tennessee; Shalyn Grow, a junior from Jasper, Indiana; Montana Hatfield, a junior from Taylor Mill; Michael Hedges, a sophomore from LaGrange; Meg Hoshor, a senior from Dayton, Ohio; Caroline Kasten, a freshman from Cape Girardeau, Missouri; Lindsay Lambert, a junior from Murray; Abbey Lutts, a freshman from Knoxville, Tennessee; Hannah McCarthy, a sophomore from Nashville, Tennessee; Morgan Moore, a sophomore from Louisville; Haley Moore, a junior from Louisville; Heather Moore, a junior from Louisville; Fiona Mowbray, a senior from Lexington; Sara Pecina, a senior from Kokomo, Indiana; Caleb Pless, a senior from Brentwood, Tennessee; Shannon Quigley, a junior from Louisville; Hannah Scott, a sophomore from Bowling Green; Christa St. John, a freshman from Bowling Green; Jena Thompson, a sophomore from Owensboro; Bernadette Turnage, a sophomore from Goodlettsville, Tennessee; and Anna Wilson, a sophomore from Lexington.