Semester 1 (Early-Start)
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This subject will synthesise skills to begin meeting industry practices and expectations of successful music theatre performers. Students will critically apply knowledge and skills gained from Music Theatre Studios 1–4 in acting, singing, and dancing to meet professional industry requirements.
Classes will include acting for camera, spoken voice, dance techniques, audition technique and repertoire. Through skills-based performances and the development of a repertoire folio, students will enhance their skills in acting, singing, and dancing.
Intended learning outcomes
On completion of this subject, students should be able to:
- demonstrate a range of musical theatre techniques and repertoire for increased diversity and versatility;
- demonstrate ability to execute the rhythmic and spatial aspects of choreography accurately incorporating style, storytelling, and character to various genres and styles of dance;
- create and develop a vocal repertoire portfolio for auditions;
- combine established techniques with elements required to play text in a variety of mediums.
Last updated: 5 February 2024