The Actor’s Academy at MiraCosta College is an intense summer program that has been lovingly
called “actor bootcamp.” It is designed for actors who are talented and trainable. Experience is
not a prerequisite for admission.
Admission is by audition only.
Auditions are May 3 rd from 5:00-9:00pm
Contact Tracy Williams for more information: email@example.com
Actor’s Academy runs Monday-Friday, for 5 weeks, 9am-7pm.
Dates for summer 2022 are June 13-July 15.
There is a performance in the final week of the session, July 13-14.
Movement for the Stage
Voice and Diction
Shakespearean Acting Lab (1 st year students)
Advanced Acting Lab (2 nd year students)
Rehearsal and Performance
Enrollment includes 5 units of credit at MiraCosta College.
Resident tuition is currently 5 units for $230 + $20 course fee. There may be other
college fees. Non-resident tuition available online at: www.miracosta.edu
Fees are current as of 3/5/2022 and subject to change.
A copy of the Complete Works of William Shakespeare is required. No additional books
If you are ready for a life changing experience, we urge you to apply!
2 contrasting monologues, not to exceed 3 minutes total length. For the 2022 auditions, second year (Track II) students are not required to do Shakespeare.
Interview- we will ask you a simple question to get to know why you wantto do Actor’s Academy or what you hope to get out of a summer experience like this
Improvisation- we will call you on to the stage with 3-5 other actors to work on an improvisation together. We are looking for your ability to work on a team, take the stage when necessary and give the stage when appropriate
You will be asked to fill out an application on your arrival. Please come 10-15 minutes early for your audition to get this done.
To make an appointment, email Tracy Williams: firstname.lastname@example.org
A Typical Week
2:45-4:50 ACTING LAB (occasional scene seminar)
Notice how short the breaks are. There is not really time to run errands during the day.
Actor’s Academy Dress Code
There is a strict dress code that applies to all students who are accepted into the program.
While it may seem unusual to you, it is typical of conservatories to require students to dress in
this neutral manner. It will keep you from “costuming” yourself for class each day and set you
up for working in a more professional manner. You will start to enjoy the freedom of crawling
out of bed and being worry free about your attire for the day.
DRESS CODE: (Yes! We’re serious!)
NO FANCY HAIR STUFF
NO FINGERNAIL POLISH
NO ARTIFICIAL NAILS
NO FRAGRANCES (PERFUME, LOTION, COLOGNE)
NO OPEN TOED SHOES
NO SHOWING UNDIES, NO “CRACKS”, NO BELLIES
DO…DRESS FOR COMFORT- NOT STYLE
DO…USE GOOD DEODERANT! WE ARE CLOSE AND WE DON’T WANT TO SMELL
YOUR BRAND OF MUSK.
YES…UNDERWEAR IS A MUST!!!