The "Moonified" college auditions are individual private bonafide official AUDITIONS  exclusively for CollegeAuditionCoach private students or by invitation only. Now in its 12th year, In addition to the AUDITIONS, the 4-day event includes workshops with college reps, parent ed and enrichment seminars. The bonding begins as you network with other young artists and parents. Best of all, you get up-close and personal with college recruiters as you learn first-hand about their acting and musical theatre programs.

Dates for Moonifieds 2018 are November 15th-18th in Dallas 

27 college programs are participating

Baldwin Wallace, Ball State, CAP 21, Coastal Carolina, Florida State, James Madison, Missouri State, Montclair State, Ohio Northern, Ohio University, Otterbein, Pace, Penn State, Point Park, Rider, Shenandoah Conservatory,Texas Christian University, Texas State, Texas Tech, University of the Arts, University of Arizona, University of Central Oklahoma,
University of Oklahoma, Viterbo, Wright State


Are You A High School Junior
And Want To Experience The Moonifieds College Auditions?

Saturday, November 17-Sunday November 18, Hilton Park Cities Hotel, Dallas


Attend performance workshops and master classes with college professors

Participate in morning warm-ups with college professors and senior students

Attend a detailed college prep seminar designed just for junior attendees and parents conducted by Mary Anna Dennard (Moo)

Special guided tour of the Moonified audition rooms, waiting area and green room to give you a sneak peek of what to expect next year

College advising seminar re: applications, transcripts, essays, letters of recs and important deadlines led by an independent college advisor

Network with performing arts students and parents from all over the country

Participate in an exclusive mock college audition with famed college professors
University Of Michigan professor and college auditor, Mark Madama

Pace University Director Of Musical Theatre, Amy Rogers

University Of Arizona Acting and Musical Theatre professors, Hank Stratton and Christie Kerr
Practice your audition material, get feedback, and ask questions in Q&A with parents and students