First-year students embark on a journey of discovery. They practice fundamental acting skills while working as an ensemble, developing a sense of trust, creation and collaboration in the classroom.
Acting ::: Voice/Speech ::: Movement ::: Singing ::: New Play Development ::: Story ::: Improvisation/Jeu ::: Mind/Body ::: Classical Text ::: Shakespeare Bath ::: Theatre History ::: Life Drawing ::: Vocal Masque ::: Mask
Over the course of the year students move from classroom exercises to studio presentations. Second-year students are also encouraged to broaden their creative skills through writing and devised work.
Acting ::: Voice/Speech ::: Movement ::: Singing ::: New Play Development ::: Contemporary Scene Study ::: Dialect ::: Combat ::: Physical Theatre Practice ::: Solo Show ::: Theatre History ::: Make-up ::: Rehearsals and Studio Productions ::: Shakespeare Studio Intensive ::: Mask ::: Period Study
The third and final year of the Acting Program is devoted to preparing and mounting a full season of four productions in the School's theatre, the Monument-National: two mainstage plays, a studio production and the New Words Festival in collaboration with the Playwriting department.
New Play Development ::: Acting for the Camera ::: Make-up ::: Performance Coaching ::: Biz Workshop ::: Audition Workshop ::: Rehearsals and Productions (2 mainstage productions, 2 studio productions)
Note: Curriculum is subject to change, and varies each year according to student needs.