Sessions are designed to introduce young students to the world of drama, dance and song. At this stage it focuses on helping young students interact with each other, build confidence, self-esteem and communication skills. All this is achieved through drama activities, creative movement, storytelling and song. Classes have been specifically created and adapted for this age group, with an emphasis on enjoyment and fun for the young students, all in a supportive and fun environment. Students aged 3-5 years can opt to attend 1hr sessions either once a week or twice a week.
Theatre Arts Package (Drama, Dance & Singing)
A variety of classes in drama, dance and singing that prepare students for the initial individual and group examinations assessed by Trinity College London, which are also accredited by the Malta Qualifications Council (MQC). Students aged 6 years attend 1.5hr sessions and 7-8 year olds attend 2hr weekly sessions.
A range of specialised classes in drama, dance and singing that prepare students for the intermediate and advanced individual and group examinations assessed by Trinity College London, which are also accredited by the Malta Qualifications Council (MQC). Students aged 8 -13 years attend 3hr weekly sessions and students aged 14+ attend 4hr weekly sessions.
Throughout the Musical Theatre Performance programme students will work on singing technique, song presentations, building a tailor-made repertoire, gaining a broader knowledge on musical theatre composers, performers and musicals, acting skills, voice, movement and dance, leading to final performances at the end of each year. The aim of this course is to give each performer the skills and technique needed to approach roles and auditions with ease and have a clear understanding of dance technique. The key to a successful performer is to be a triple treat, which means that each individual reaches a high standard in all theatre disciplines.
The Acting Programme is aimed at adults interested in a vocational approach to performance. Students attend weekly sessions and will bring together all of the skills they have acquired to work towards PERFORMANCE IN PRODUCTION (a Trinity College London qualification), in which they become part of a performance company and stage a full scale production.
Acceptance into the programme is by audition.