2021/22 TERM DATES
Autumn term 8 September – 17 December 2021
Spring term 11 January – 14 April 2022
Foundation Musical Theatre (Part-Time)
Validated by Mountview
Two Terms (Part-Time)
Mountview’s part time Foundation in Musical Theatre covers the core elements of triple threat training: acting, singing and dance.
With classes taking place three evenings per week students are able to work alongside their studies to support themselves financially. This ability to work combined with competitive course fees makes this one of the most accessible Musical Theatre Foundation courses in the UK.
The course promises a rigorous introduction to the performance skills required in the musical theatre discipline. The training is equally focussed on acting, singing and dance with a balance of 40% skills, 35% audition preparation and 25% performance-based work.
Demands on the students are high and the course will develop core technique and creativity and prepare students for further training and auditions.
The training includes a focused audition preparation module allowing students to develop technique and repertoire for future drama school auditions.
The course is taught from September to April, with 9 hours each week over three evenings.
|Audition Fee||£25 first round, £20 second round|
|2022/23 UK/Republic of Ireland Students Course Fee||£3,250|
Applicants must be from the UK /Republic of Ireland as this course cannot support international visa applications.
This is a non-accredited course which does not attract government funding. All students offered places on the foundation course are required to fund both the annual fee and all living costs privately.
Additional costs include grey palette active wear for workshops, dance shoes and dancewear – allow around £250.
Admission onto the course is by audition.
Applicants must be aged 18 years or over at the start of the course.
If an applicant’s first language is not English, and they have not been taught in English or studied to A Level standard in the UK, they will need to demonstrate an acceptable minimum level of competence through the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) (Band 6.5).
Mountview welcomes applications from people with disabilities and is keen to support all applicants to achieve their best. If applicants have any special requirements or access needs, these should be discussed with the course leader/administrator.
Mountview is committed to a comprehensive policy of equal opportunities for students in which individuals are selected and treated on the basis of their relevant merits and abilities. No applicant will receive less or more favourable treatment on grounds of sex, gender, sexual orientation, age, ethnic origin, disability, religion and marital/parental status or any comparable grounds.
First round auditions will take place online. Candidates will need to submit a film of them performing their selected materials. For detailed information on what you need to prepare for auditions and for audition dates visit:Auditions and Interviews
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