This highly vocational Drama UK (formerly NCDT) accredited programme is designed to provide you with the skills needed to become a successful professional actor for the stage, screen and recorded media. Acting is a demanding programme that aims to produce an artist who is physically and vocally flexible, and intellectually alive and curious. Over three years, you will work in a variety of genres and repertoires from classical to contemporary. Alongside the core disciplines of voice, movement and acting techniques, you will develop a range of creative and transferable skills that will encourage you to become an independent thinker and motivated artist; an articulate and reflective practitioner equipped to succeed in an increasingly competitive profession.
Year 1: Introduction to core skills and concepts of acting; focus on self and text, and the methods of Stanislavski; introduction to voice and movement; the application of key skills to scenes chosen from the naturalistic repertoire; contextual study relevant to practical work. Year 2: The refinement of the actor's instrument and skills; introduction to non'naturalistic techniques; development of voice and movement; approaches to ideologically based text, Shakespearean text, clowning, chorus and ensemble work; advanced contextual study. Year 3: A range of public performances; approaches to radio and microphone technique; television, film project and acting to camera; professional preparation and West End showcase; research project and dissertation.
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- Irish Leaving Certificates CCC
- Tariff 96
- GCE A-level
- Tariff (Scottish qualifications) 96
- GCE AS-level
- International Baccalaureate
- SQA Advanced Higher
- Course specific
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Total Coursework: 30%
Total Practical: 70%