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Musical Theatre

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THE STUDIO Junior Street Group

Musical Theatre at THE STUDIO

LAMDA Examinations in Group Musical Theatre are designed to develop the skills necessary to communicate the dramatic content of musical text in a group, to an audience.  Taught from Junior 1 and above, Musical Theatre helps progress our student’s interpretive, technical and communication skills all contributing to confidence young people and performers.  Students will explore style, form, character, subtext and context, they will learn to engage with characters and situations in order to create a sense of reality while continuing to build both vocal and dance technique. 

Teaching is delivered by our trained LAMDA coach Miss Emilie who has a wealth of knowledge and expertise in Musical Theatre and Dance.

Please note that places for any of our syllabus pods are limited, Miss Emilie maintains small working groups in order to keep the quality of training high. Syllabus sessions include the study of four disciplines: Modern, Tap, Musical Theatre & Ballet, our syllabus students will also have access to numerous stage and performance opportunities throughout the year.

The ethos and history of LAMDA

The ethos at LAMDA is all about believing in the transformative power of the dramatic arts and the value to society of creativity, innovation and authentic, confident communication. As a world-leading conservatoire and globally recognised awarding body, they are proud to offer exceptional training to creative artists and technicians; and empower people of all ages and backgrounds through examinations in drama, literature, musical theatre and poetry.

Founded in 1861, LAMDA is the oldest drama school in the UK. They began to offer examinations in speech and drama to the public over 130 years ago. Since then they have developed an enviable reputation for excellence in the provision of Communication and Performance examinations in the UK, and are still rapidly extending their reach internationally. The process of preparing for and succeeding in a LAMDA Examination helps learners, whatever their ages or aspirations, to develop a broad range of skills that will serve them throughout life. LAMDA examinations develop a Learner’s ability to: read easily, fluently and with good understanding, expand vocabulary to improve powers of self-expression, improve confidence in speaking and listening, memorise and recall information, research and create persuasive formal presentations, create and defend arguments, engage in constructive informal conversation, work both on their own and participate as a member of a team.

No matter what direction students choose to follow in the future, these examinations provide the opportunity to nurture their natural abilities. These critical skills will enhance their self-confidence to engage and contribute fully, whether at school, in further education, at work or in the community. In other words, to fulfil their potential. All examinations are rooted in encouraging learners of all ages to develop a love of literature, poetry and drama and thus improve standards of communication through the spoken word. This syllabus provides a wide range of opportunities to do so. Ultimately, it is a sense of achievement that empowers the Learner. They believe that succeeding in a LAMDA Examination demonstrates not only that they have met rigorous Assessment Criteria in a particular discipline, but also that they have grown as individuals through participating in a worthwhile activity that is respected as a global standard.