FdA in Musical Theatre

Key Facts
  • Starts September
  • Course Type Full Time
  • Duration Two Years
  • You Need 5 Requirements needed View


On the FdA Musical Theatre, students will develop skills in jazz, ballet, acting, acting through song, acting for camera and contextual studies, as well as becoming part of the SRCMTEnsemble, taking part in 2 performances across the course of the year, ending with a spectacular musical as part of the HEFest. You will learn to develop performance skills alongside growing your creative practice and taking on a production role within the SRCMTEnsemble. This programme has a 80/20 Practical/Academic ratio. This course, developed in partnership with Teesside University, will utilise local theatres including the Arc in Stockton, the Forum in Billingham and the newly renovated Town Hall in Middlesbrough.

What will I learn

Level 4 modules: • Musical Theatre in Context • Singing Techniques, Vocal Anatomy and Performance • Acting Techniques and Performance • Dance Techniques • Work Ready Experience Level 5 modules: • Singing Techniques, Music Theory and Performance • Further Acting Techniques and Performance • Acting for Camera • Further Dance • Work Ready Experience 2

How will I learn

You will study the arts in a range of ways including practical workshops, lectures, seminars and tutorials. Tutorials help you to discover and develop your personal aptitude for your chosen career path.

What's next

You can progress onto our BA (Hons) Performing Arts (Top-Up) or apply for a programme at another university, drama school or conservatoire.

Additional Information

During this course, you will be assessed in a variety of ways, including essays, reports, presentations and performance observations. Each assessment is carefully designed to give you the necessary tools to succeed.

This higher education course is in partnership with Teesside University
Study locally in our fantastic studios, workshops and theatre
Learn from our industry experienced tutors and technicians
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