OverviewMusical Theatre Advanced (Level 3)
The level 3 Diploma in Performing & Production Arts Musical theatre is designed to provide you with the knowledge, skills and understanding necessary to access and progress to degree level study or employment in industry.
This course will provide you with the opportunity to explore, acting, dance and singing techniques within a qualification structure which is stimulating, demanding and supportive. Producing performance work within our professional standard performance venue.
You will undergo an extensive programme of training which will equip you for working within a range of performance situations. Each project is designed to give you an insight into the professional world of the performing arts. Throughout your course you will develop a ‘toolkit’ of essential skills and techniques as a foundation to your professional performance work.
Need to know
- 4 GCSEs grades 9–4 or equivalent, including English.
- Entry will also be subject to passing a practical audition. You must prepare a monologue to perform (from a published play) and a performance of a musical theatre song with a backing track, each piece lasting 1 to 2 minutes.
Desirable: maths grade 9-4
What qualification will I gain?
UAL Level 3 Diploma in PERFORMING AND PRODUCTION ARTS – Musical Theatre.
UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma in PERFORMING AND PRODUCTION ARTS – Musical Theatre pathway.
How will I be assessed?
Internally assessed formative units and externally moderated summative assessment.
Assessment evidence will be made up of a range of recorded practical assessments, public performances and a portfolio of supporting academic evidence.
What will I study?
- Unit 1 – Principles of performance
- Unit 2 – Engaging with an audience
- Unit 3 – Introduction to professional practice
- Unit 4 – Critical and contextual awareness
- Unit 5 – Production skills and context
- Unit 6 – Performance skills and context
- Unit 7 – Preparation for specialist study
- Unit 8 – Collaborative performance project
- Unit 9: Developing performance and Production Skills
- Unit 10: Preparing for Progression
- Unit 11: Exploration of Specialist Study and Context
- Unit 12: Extended Project
Degree level study, direct entry into industry and or further training.
Careers can range, depending on your chosen specialism and pathway. Career prospects can include musical theatre performer, dancer, actor, singer, entertainer/host.
Our students are invited on two trips a year, this ranges from West End theatre shows visits to selected drama schools.
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My interest in dance started from watching movies and videos when I was growing up, and I’ve done street and commercial dance ever since. Although I’ve been dancing all my life, I still wasn’t sure if I’d have the confidence to go and do it at college.
I came to Bedford College for an interview and the tutors here were so encouraging and motivating that I haven’t looked back. I’ve had to learn different dance styles, such as Ballet, which I really enjoy, and have been getting out of my comfort zone with the Musical Theatre elements, which teach you to be more versatile ready for industry training; something the professional schools will look for.
Our tutors have so much industry knowledge and they give the best advice. It’s more professional and intense compared to school, and I’ve made friends who I know will be with me for the rest of my life.
I would love to become a professional dancer; I want to get into commercial work and dance behind a pop star! The shows that we get to perform in at College give us great experience. It’s a chance to take our choreography and create something we can perform to friends and family.
We cross over with other College departments including Production and Media Make-Up to give a good all round experience. We’ve performed in Ghost, the Musical, and an End of Year Dance Show, as well as at the College Achievements’ Ceremony at the Corn Exchange and at the Bedford River Festival. We’ve also delivered workshops to local schools and been to the London Studios and to the West End to see Chicago.
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