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Musical Audition criteria

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Rubric Code: Z53AX6
Rubric for assessment of auditions for a speaking part in a musical play
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Keywords: Musical Audition
Categories: Subjects: Music  
Types: Project   Presentation   (Other)  
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  Poor
3 pts
Fair
5 pts
Good
10 pts
Comments
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Speaking Voice level
Poor

Cannot hear the student. Hard to understand.
Fair

Can hear most of the
lines. Clear pronunciation most of the time.
Good

Voice level is loud and clear enough to be heard easily. Pronunciation is very good.
Comments


Speaking /Singing Expression
Poor

Little to no expression used.

Seems to be simply reading the part.
Fair

Some expression, Shows some understanding of the character and his/her speech inflection.
Good

Reads part with much expression.
Shows understanding of the character and his/her speech inflection.
Comments


Characterization
Poor

Student has very little understanding of the character.
Fair

Student has a basic understanding of the character, but needs improvement in communicating the character to the audience.
Good

Student understands the character and communictates this throughout the audition. Adds to the characterization in a clever or meaningful way.
Comments


Movement
Poor

Actor's physicality lacks commitment and does not resemble character
Fair

Actor commits to physical choices that suggest the character
Good

Actor completely commits to physical choices that suggest the character
Comments


Interaction
Poor

Does not show any interaction or reaction with others in the scene.
Fair

Is sometimes involved in the scene and interacts and reacts appropriately some of the time for their character.
Good

Is involved in the scene and interacts and reacts appropriately for their character.
Comments


Musicality
Poor

Does not sing in pitch
Fair

Sings confidently and in pitch most of the time
Good

Sings masterfully and interprets the material with accuracy and flare
Comments


Dance
Poor

Actor has a difficult time remembering dance steps and moving in time with the music
Fair

Actor remembers most steps, can move in time with the music
Good

Actor moves confidently, remembers steps and executes dance with flair
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