Upcoming Auditions


All GW students are invited to take dance, music and theatre classes and audition for music ensembles, plays and performances. Check out dates and more information about auditions.




January 20th, 2022 7–9 p.m. (check in begins at 6:30 p.m.)
Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre
University Student Center
800 21st St NW

Maida Withers, Artistic Director
Hayley Cutler, Concert Director


Robin Fern, Gracie Fletcher, Natée Himmons, Marney O’Connor, Valerie Pena, Shannan Richard, Paige Valego, Zoe Warren.


Kristina Berger, Principal Dancer of Erick Hawkins Dance Company, NYC, will be setting Erick Hawkins' Cantilever (1963); original piano score by Lucia Dlugoszewski, with Artistic Director Katherine Duke.



Thursday, January 20th, 2022 4–6 p.m.
Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre
Get to know the guest artist style/technique and warm up before auditions!

Audition and Master Class open to ALL GW Undergraduate / Graduate Students



Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre
Performances April 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 2022

Audition Attire: Comfortable clothes that you can move in, socks or bare feet, avoid sharp or dangling jewelry
Bring: Your form that includes class and work schedule/calendar
For questions or more information contact [email protected] or [email protected]

*Dance auditions will be held live at Dorothy Betts Marvin Stage. If GW classes are held online during that date, auditions will continue but ONLINE on ZOOM.


Performance is at the heart of your practice as a musician. In our music program, there are various student ensembles that you can join to perform with your peers while honing your craft. Membership in music ensembles is made up from the varied and talented GW community and is not limited to those only taking music classes and/or registered as a music major. All are encouraged to audition. Commitment requirements vary by ensemble. Auditions will be scheduled on as-needed basis. Students should contact ensemble directors with any questions and/or to set up an audition.

For all ensemble auditions, please visit our Music Ensembles page.



The “Hip Hop Incubator” is a performance ensemble dedicated to the exploration, understanding and performance of hip hop music.  The objective of the ensemble is to foster creativity, innovation and collaboration.

Members will meet weekly to rehearse, compose, and collaborate on songs. Students may also participate in additional workshops or working groups related to their interests and areas of expertise, such as songwriting, deejaying, and beatmaking. The ensemble is open to all types of musicians: instrumentalists, vocalists, emcees, producers, DJs, and anyone interested in the development and creation of hip hop.

About the Instructor:

Ensemble leader Dumi Right is a recording and performance artist, MC, and songwriter, who has been recognized as a standard bearer in global and progressive hip hop circles for many years. His influence has been documented in the domestic and international media, as well as in academic works of hip hop history, including Say It Loud! The Story of Rap Music by K. Maurice Jones and The Hip Hop Wars by Tricia Rose. Over the course of his storied career he has performed at a broad range of venues that include the The Knitting Factory, 930 Club, Kennedy Center, Blues Alley, The Whitney Museum, and The Brooklyn Academy of Music.


Email Dir. Dumi Right for more information.