Semester 1 (Early-Start)
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This subject will introduce a range of stimulus requiring physical and vocal adjustments to best serve a breadth of narratives. Students will use established technical skills gained from Music Theatre Studio 2 across the three disciplines of acting, singing and dancing to adapt their individual professional instrument. This will allow students to begin incorporating style and character as required by given texts and choreography.
Classes will include acting, movement, spoken-voice, dance techniques, solo singing and ensemble singing. Through skills-based performances and reflection, students will develop intermediate level knowledge of acting, singing, and dancing.
Intended learning outcomes
On completion of this subject, students should be able to:
- apply advanced techniques to singing, acting, and dancing;
- adapt appropriate technical skills to demonstrate character and style as interpreted from a stimulus;
- demonstrate flexibility in adapting style and storytelling to various genres and styles of dance technique and choreography;
- apply technical ability to musical phrasing and singing in response to narrative;
- experiment with a series of creative responses, interpreting stimulus that accurately serves story within an individual and ensemble context;
- reflect on acting, singing and dancing skills at an advanced level.
Last updated: 31 January 2024