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3 years
Bachelor's degree
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Program description

This course encourages an intellectual and practice-based interrogation of musical theatre in addition to giving the actor/singer a respect for the various demands of written text and musical score.

This course is intended for those students who have a practical expertise in performance and wish to develop these skills in actor-singer training further to enable entry to the professional world of performance. The individual exploration of 'sense over sound' is a notable and distinctive feature of this course.

The important work of Feldenkrais supports both the physical and vocal (sung and spoken) development of our actor-singers. In addition to the acquisition of a strong performance discipline, the course seeks to develop each student as an inspired self-thinking practitioner with the ability to devise and perform original musical theatre works - much of this pioneering work will be completed in conjunction with Mercury Musicals.

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University of West London

At the University of West London, we aim to inspire you to become a creative professional and connect you to an exciting and rewarding career. Based in the heart of one of the UK’s most successful business regions, we have highly qualified staff with a wealth ofexperience...

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