Level 3 Extended Diploma in Performing Arts BTEC at Clarendon Sixth Form College
A Level programme
'This is a full time course, which we approach in a very practical way. Although there is not a lot of written work, you will be required to write a Log Book, keep a diary and write essays. The majority of your assessments will be through your performances, many of which will be to public audiences. Recent performance venues have included the main stage at the Royal Exchange Theatre, the main stage at the Trafford centre and of course, in our own beautiful 200 seat theatre with new professional sound and lighting equipment. Throughout the course you will develop a range of skills and knowledge preparing you for progression into University/Drama School and employment within the Performing Arts.ACTINGIf you choose to study with us on the acting course, you will cover a huge variety of units, including:Film and TV ActingPrinciples of ActingImprovisationAudition TechniqueVoicePhysical TheatreContemporary and Classical TheatreMUSICAL THEATREIf you are passionate about Musical Theatre, you will be studying:Solo singingActingContemporary danceJazz danceAudition preparationEnsemble singingTapVoiceAnd more…!
'For our level 3 course, you are required to have 4 GCSEs at grade C including English. If you were unsuccessful in achieving your GCSE in maths, you will be able to retake this during your time at college.You will also be required to undertake an interview and join our fun, full-day audition and write a short 500 word piece explaining a little about yourself and why you want to be a performer.
'On successful completion of this qualification, many young people progress into Higher Education at Drama School or University, where they continue to train to become professional performers, or train as teachers or professional coaches.Many young people move immediately into industry and can often be seen on stage and television.
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