The normal minimum entrance qualification for registration for the Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) is: a high level of performance attainment as determined at audition and normally, but not necessarily, a first degree or undergraduate performance diploma, or an equivalent standard of performing ability and professional experience
Months of entry
Contemporary musical theatre demands versatile performers of a high musical and vocal standard, with strong dramatic and verbal ability, together with dance and movement skills. The Academy’s intensive one-year course trains postgraduate (or equivalent) students for a career in musical theatre. It aims to provide a direct link into the profession, from theoretical class work via practical opportunities.
Students have individual singing lessons, repertoire coaching and spoken word tutorials, as well as classes in voice and the spoken word, extended vocal techniques, dance (including jazz and tap), movement, acting, singing, improvisation, history of musical theatre, musicality, audition preparation and project work. Students also take part in masterclasses and workshops with visiting professionals, and in internal competitions.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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