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Adjudicator: TBA







It is the responsibility of competitors and teachers to follow the Rules & Regulations of the Festival. Entries are the responsibility of competitors and teachers. Errors or omissions are not the responsibility of the Festival. 

All disciplines run at the discretion of the Festival and are dependent on sufficient entries.



1. Musical Theatre entries are own choice selections from any musical, Broadway musical, or motion picture musical including animated musicals unless otherwise stated as in selections from a Cabaret/Revue genre.

2. Costumes and movement are permitted but not necessary, as is limited stage movement and dancing if appropriate. All handheld props allowed no limit. A chair will be provided and may be use. Props must be set up and struck by the PERFORMER.

3. The performance will be adjudicated as a total program with voice, acting, characterization, movement, staging and appropriate costuming all being taken into consideration.

4. The source of the selection must be listed on the entry form (example – “You Can’t Get a Man with a Gun” from Annie Get Your Gun by Irving Berlin) or entry will not be accepted.

5. No opera or operetta is accepted in this section.

6. To be considered for the Provincial classes in Musical Theatre, competitors must enter at least two classes from Comedy, Ballad, Additional Repertoire, Production or Motion Picture. 

7. Classes will be subdivided by age.  

8. Non-Competitive Classes - any competitor may enter any class as non-competitive. They will be given an adjudication but no marks.  They will not be eligible for any certificates, medallions, awards and scholarships.

9. Candidates must enter at least two solo categories to be eligible for an award. See Scholarship Page

10. Selections must have appropriate/acceptable language and content that is suitable for all age levels of participants and audiences.

11. Once a piece has been registered no changes or additions can be made. Any changes will require the piece to be presented as non-competitive and it will not receive a mark, will not be eligible for awards, medallions or scholarships and will not be considered for Provincials.  


12.  All pieces must be introduced by the student!  Participants must provide a verbal introduction of their selections to “set the scene” as they begin their performance.


13. Competitors are responsible for providing their own accompanist. No recordings allowed except where specified.