This course is delivered at the Eastern School of Performing Arts (ESPA) in Stamford and encompasses all aspects of Musical Theatre. It provides an excellent grounding in singing, dancing and acting, alongside developing individuality and performance skills.
Working in a vocational manner, in a private theatre school setting allows students to focus and commit to their craft.
Students learn through a balanced programme of core training in acting, singing and dance technique along with developing artistic and creative individuality. The course comprises of modules which include Jazz, Singing, Vocal Repertoire, Acting and a Creative Research Project.
There are 15 contact hours per week and the course also allows students to take additional classes alongside the qualification to develop a five day a week schedule.
ESPA students will have their own study area on non-taught days for independent study and rehearsal. Throughout the course ESPA students will also be offered guest workshops with industry professionals.
ESPA provide a supportive environment that fosters not only the artistic development but also intellectual and personal development within all its students. The training is based around practical sessions and performance experience, where the three skills are brought together. Students will also study the historical, stylistic and professional aspects of the industry culminating in a solid understanding of the performing world.
You will have the opportunity to perform in both a showcase and full scale show during both the first and second year of the course along with some smaller community based and in house projects.
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“ESPA offers personalised feedback, fostering growth beyond belief in a safe, welcoming environment. I believe anyone could benefit from their training.”