Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts

Degree level: Undergraduate
Awarded by: Trinity College London

Drama Foundation (Acting)

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Course summary

Classical & Contemporary Acting Actor training has two distinct facets. The first to do with the holistic development of the human being that allows them to expand their imagination and empathetic capacities, to deepen their sensitivity to the broad spectrum of human experience and emotion, and to push the boundaries of their willingness and ability to connect with and express powerful and often painful feelings with freedom and authenticity. The second concerns the training of the actor’s ‘instruments’ – his/her body and their voice – and the mastery of the technical elements of performance that enables an actor to communicate effectively with an audience. These two facets of work often feel at odds with one another – pure feeling versus pure technique – but when an actor can build within him or herself a strong bridge between them, that is when the magic happens. And that is when the actor, as a skilled creative ar tist, is at his/her most powerful. On our Classical & Contemporary Acting Foundation, our goal is to help you grow and progress in all of these aspects of an actor’s craft. Our programme is strongly focussed on the development of the individual as a whole human being – physically, emotionally and intellectually. The work is geared to help improve confidence, emotional accessibility, physical and mental stamina, openness, focus, willingness to explore and experiment, intuition and instinct, trust, presence, independent thinking skills, self-discipline and motivation, as well as a strong work ethic. You will be supported as you go through this process. However, the C&C Acting course also provides a strong grounding in all aspects of technique and skills-building, as well as varied opportunities to rehearse and perform, which allow you to work towards building that crucial bridge. At the end of the year upon successful completion you will be awarded the Trinity Level 4 Diploma in Performing.

Course details


How to apply

Application codes

Course code:
W400
Institution code:
C06
Campus name:
Main Site
Campus code:
-

Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

Entry requirements

Qualification requirements

Successful completion of Secondary Education (Grade 11 or Grade 12 depending on native country) or 1 x A level or an equivalent Level 3 qualification and 3 x GCSEs at grade 4 or grade C or equivalent, preferably in a relevant creative subject. Students who do not meet these entry requirements will still be considered on their own individual potential to succeed.

Please click the following link to find out more about qualification requirements for this course

https://www.csvpa.com/performing-arts/drama-foundation/acting/entry-requirements.htm

Additional entry requirements

Audition

An audition piece is required for entry to this course. Please refer to the Audition Process tab for more information. https://www.csvpa.com/performing-arts/drama-foundation/acting/audition-process.htm


English language requirements

IELTS 5.5+ or equivalent

https://www.csvpa.com/performing-arts/drama-foundation/acting/entry-requirements.htm

https://www.csvpa.com/performing-arts/drama-foundation/acting/entry-requirements.htm


Unistats information

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Fees and funding

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Drama Foundation (Acting) at Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts - UCAS