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-   -   The course covers a broad range oftraining techniques and performance styles to create versatile and adaptableactors who have a strong sense of individuality and identity.Skills-basedclasses and performance work throughout the training will include: Character Classical & Modern Text Voice  Actors’ Movement Devised Performance Creative Practice Audition Preparation-   ENGAGE: 6 – 11| SONG & DANCEActing and Song & Danceworkshops give the chance to explore creativity through workshops andperformances. Working with actors, directors, choreographers and musicians theENGAGE team learn new skills and put on shows. ENGAGE: 12 – 18ACTING | STREET DANCE |PERFORMANCE MIXActing classes include text,physical, digital media and devising work.Street Dance classes use choreographed routines exploring the different stylesand influences of urban and contemporary dance.Performance combines song writing, singing, dance and musical theatre youngperformers' companyThe Young Performers’ Company is theflagship of the ENGAGE programme. Taking place on Monday evenings, the YPC isthe place for the next generation of performers to express themselves.Workingwith a range of professional writers, directors and performers the YoungPerformers' Company provides a platform for honing skills, exploring ideas andcreating and developing innovative theatre.-   These week-long courses developacting, singing and dance skills through fun and dynamic workshops andperformances. In groups of 14 to 18, participants work towards an informalpresentation at the end of the course for family and friends.·        ·        MUSICAL THEATRE | 12 – 16 yrsPRODUCTION PROGRAM:Mountview offers three distinctTheatre Production Arts courses of study: a two-year Foundation (FdA), athree-year BA (Hons) and a one-year Postgraduate Diploma. Mountview offers technical studentsthe finest tuition from a full-time staff who have a wide set of skills andexperience in theatre, live performance, events, TV and film as well asfreelance staff who split their time between tuition and professional practice.The study is through practical workshops with students also gaining experienceof running the production and technical elements for undergraduate andpostgraduate performances. These public performances promote theatre productionarts students as reflective, flexible, independent learners with strong andtransferable skills.

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