|Description:||The Music Theatre - Performance program gives aspiring musical theatre professionals theoretical and practical training in three core disciplines of acting, singing and dance. Our faculty of experienced professionals guide students through personalized instruction and coaching, as well as courses in stagecraft, musical theatre history, music theory and audition preparation. This demanding “triple threat” program allows you to hone your skills by performing in front of audiences in studio, main stage productions and in our unique touring productions where students learn to create and produce original theatrical pieces. Our students receive mentoring from faculty and guest industry professionals to become competent and job-ready for a competitive and rapidly changing industry.
Guest industry experts provide unique learning opportunities through workshops in specialized skills and techniques to augment the core curriculum.
Students perform in six musical productions including performances at the Brockville Arts Centre, recognized as one of the finest historic theatres in Eastern Ontario.
Our campus is situated in a safe, historic community along the St. Lawrence River with easy access to three of Canada's largest cities, Ottawa, Toronto and Montreal.
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Students are required to maintain private singing (technique) and portfolio (repertoire) lessons throughout the duration of the program. Your one-on-one coaches are assigned to you from the Music Theatre - Performance teaching staff. The cost of your private lessons is included in the tuition and compulsory fees quoted above.