The Musical Theatre Level 3 Extended Diploma programme allows you to develop your singing, acting and dance techniques and the effective integration of these skills in performance, through a range of different styles and methods.
You will participate in a variety of units ranging from dance, acting and singing through to business. The skills developed in these units are then applied to live musical theatre performances and showcases throughout the two years. The performing projects are designed to be a realistic experience of the musical theatre profession and will prepare you for study at higher education level or a range of work opportunities in the industry.
It is suited to learners who are committed to going into the performing arts and who appreciate the need for both the practical and academic skills to survive the rigours of the performing arts industry.
Extensive practical work is undertaken and is combined with relevant theory and academic inquiry. You will need to analyse practical work in written evaluations and to write essays on texts and practitioners relating to historical and contemporary dance works as required. There are a variety of modes of delivery including workshops, lectures, performances, tutorials, seminars and traditional classroom activities.
In addition to your main programme, You will also engage in activities to develop your English, maths and employability skills.
You will complete the Diploma in your first year and continue to the Extended Diploma in your second year.
|Duration||Two years | Year 1: Diploma | Year 2: Extended Diploma|
|Campus / Adult Skills Centre||Colchester Campus|
|Start Date||September 2022 - Applications open on 1st October 2021|
|Fee(s)||16-18 year olds: Free|
19+: £7,395 (This fee covers the full two-year course)
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