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Courses

Music Theatre

Perth Eastern Campus, Term 3:
• JNR Beginner Saturday 9:30am-11:00am
• SNR Beginner Saturday 1:10pm-2:40pm
• JNR Intermediate/Advanced Saturday 11:20am-12:50pm
• SNR Intermediate/Advanced Saturday 3:00pm-4:30pm

$25/lesson, paid per term

BEGINNER
Key learning objectives
Students are introduced to the magical world of Music Theatre, starting at the very basics.
A summary of the key learning objectives of the theory element of the course:

  • Warming up
  • Basics of Music Theory
  • Theatre Terminology
  • Acting through song
  • Rehearsal etiquette
  • Acting physicality fundamentals
  • Basics of Music Theory
  • Brief History of Musical Theatre – Golden Age to Contemporary
  • Auditioning
  • Working with direction
  • Staging a performance
  • Use of space
  • Introduction to dramaturgy
  • Backstage etiquette
  • Brief overview of Theatre Practitioners
  • PROJECT: Study a composer

INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED
Key learning objectives
Suited to students with prior experience and an understanding of the basics. Excellent prep for auditions and applications for John Curtin (JNR) and WAAPA/NIDA (SNR).
A summary of the key learning objectives of the theory element of the course:

  • Recap of fundamentals
  • Musical analysis – listening for clues
  • Acting physicality fundamentals
  • Use of space
  • Brief History of Musical Theatre – Opera to Contemporary
  • Musical analysis
  • Introduction to Composition/Songwriting
  • Auditioning
  • PROJECT: Study a show
  • Staging a performance
  • Theatre Practitioners
  • Musical Analysis – informing character and relationships
  • PROJECT: Deep Study of a Practitioner
  • Understanding Stage Management
  • Using QLAB Software
  • Introduction to LX/SX

Drama

Perth Eastern Campus, Term 3:

  • JNR Beginner Sunday 9:30am-10:15am
  • SNR Beginner Sunday 11:40am-12:25pm
  • JNR Intermediate/Advanced Sunday 10:35am-11:20am
  • SNR Intermediate/Advanced Sunday 12:45pm-1:30pm

$17.50/lesson, paid per term

BEGINNER
Key learning objectives
An introduction to acting, tailored to students with little to no experience.
A summary of the key learning objectives of the theory element of the course:

  • Introduction to Script-reading
  • Theatre Terminology
  • Introduction to dramaturgy
  • Elements of storytelling
  • Acting physicality fundamentals
  • PROJECT: Monologuing
  • Working with text
  • Relationships (between characters)
  • Working with direction
  • Shakespearean Overview
  • Auditioning
  • Staging a performance
  • Use of space
  • Laban theory (Efforts)
  • Backstage etiquette
  • Practitioners - devised short group work on one theory
  • PROJECT: Study a playwright

INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED
Key learning objectives
Suited to students with prior experience and an understanding of the basics. Excellent prep for auditions and applications for John Curtin (JNR) and WAAPA/NIDA (SNR).
A summary of the key learning objectives of the theory element of the course:

  • Recap of fundamentals
  • Study of dramaturgy
  • Acting physicality fundamentals
  • Elements of Storytelling
  • Character analysis
  • Use of space
  • Analysing text
  • Shakespearean Works
  • Obstacles, Subtext
  • Understanding Stage Management
  • Auditioning
  • PROJECT: Study a show
  • Staging a performance
  • Using QLAB Software
  • Introduction to LX/SX
  • Laban theory (Efforts)
  • Theatre Practitioners
  • PROJECT: Deep Study of a Practitioner
  • PROJECT: Devised Work
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