Practical Vs Theory
This course is your first steps to a successful career in the performing arts industry. Gain an introduction to the performing arts industry and develop a range of performance techniques, rehearsal skills and technical skills in both performing arts and music as well as the opportunity to set up your own performing arts events.
What Does The Programme Include
You will be working both independently and in small groups in our fully equipped rehearsal rooms, recording facilities and studio theatre. Much of your time will be spent learning theory and preparing material for performances and assessments.
No formal entry qualifications are required, but an interview and audition are necessary where you’ll display a desire to work in the performing arts industry. For your audition you may perform a piece of music or a monologue of your choice.
How The Course Will Be Assessed
There are no exams for this course. You will build a portfolio of work for each of the units and complete a mixture of performance based practical assessments along with ongoing logbooks, research and evaluations.
You will be required to wear plain black clothes that you can move freely in for all practical performing arts lessons.
Potential Future Career
On successful completion of this course, you will be able to audition for the Level 2 Performing Arts. This course also aims to build confidence and communication skills that are transferable to and desirable for a number of different industries and vocations.
You will study the following units:
- Introduction to music, performing and production arts
- Introduction to research for music, performing and production arts
- Communicating with an audience for performing arts
- Production development for performing arts
- Performance development for performing arts
- Final performance project
The course has developed my performance technique and with support from the College I successfully auditioned and appeared on BBC Doctors.