The course is run in collaboration with Out of the Darkness Theatre Company based in Elgin and aims to develop a range of skills in acting, performance, movement and technical stage skills.
The course is suitable for those considering further study in acting and drama at HNC or degree level and also those considering employment in the theatre or related industries.
Creativity, self-awareness, communication and team work are just some of the skills developed in a realistic setting, with students gaining from the experience of working under direction.
The course is supported by a range of visiting directors and producers who bring with them a wealth of experience gained in acting and drama in Scotland and beyond.
4 Standard Grades 2 at Credit and 2 at General)
4 National 5s, 2 at A or B and 2 at A-D
plus an audition.
Applicants will need to demonstrate appropriate understanding and skills to meet the demands of the course.
The core elements of the course cover
• Drama: Acting Skills
• Drama: Voice Skills
• Drama: Movement Skills
• Drama: Theatre Skills in Performance
The course options support routes for both acting and broad based drama including
• Creative Project
• Contemporary Scottish Theatre
• Preparing for an Audition
• Theatre Performance
• Volunteer Experience
• Core Skill: Communication
Face to face teaching, supported with Virtual Learning Environment engagement.
Practical performance under supervised conditions, open & closed book assessments.
Full time - 1 Year.
The good news is that depending on your personal circumstances there are a wide range of bursaries, grants and allowances available to fund your college studies.
Further study may include HNC, HND or degree level drama programmes.
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We are no longer taking applications for 2017/18
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