WORKSHOPS 2020

You have made the decision to study Musical Theatre and enjoy a fulfilling performance career.  

Your road to success starts now.

Success doesn’t happen by chance; it is the product of hard work. As a performer, your talent, skill, personality and ability to take direction will all be assessed throughout an audition. For the best chance of success, you have to be informed and you have to be prepared. Raw talent is not enough to get you through your audition and luck is not going to earn you a place, but the right preparation will. 

Even if you have regular singing or drama lessons, you will benefit hugely from this masterclass, which is geared specifically towards overcoming the challenges faced within an audition room and giving the best of yourself. 

Your audition material should showcase all your best qualities. We will help you discover what makes you uniquely you!  We do this before the course date via online communication and videos.

We will hold your hand and guide you through the process, identifying the perfect audition choices for you, so that, when you arrive for your masterclass, you can concentrate on ‘ace’ing your audition technique. 

The day will be made up of acting and singing workshops, group feedback and 1-2-1 time, focused on your goals. You will get real-time coaching and timely feedback which you can access online after the course. 

You will need to do your research. It is expected that you will dedicate time to thinking, planning and learning at home before attending. You will be given access to a dropbox file containing audition selections chosen specifically for you. This will contain songs, sheet music, backing tracks and monologues for you to prepare. There is also a guide for researching your material to help with characterisation. 

This masterclass is set up with the purpose of getting you through your audition. You will benefit from the personalised coaching and will find it targets your needs directly as you begin your drama school application process.

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