CTC Foundation offers affordable, innovative, triple threat Musical Theatre tuition for those wishing to take their training to the next level and/or prepare for drama school auditions.
As a registered LAMDA centre, the CTC also offers students optional LAMDA qualifications in Musical Theatre with an allocation of up to 126 UCAS points.
The CTC recognises and celebrates individuality. Students are encouraged to make choices about their own personal development within our pathway system which allows students to specialise in acting, singing or dance depending on their individual strengths and progression throughout the course.
At the start of the course all students will embark upon 6 weeks intense training with equal weighting across all three disciplines; acting, singing and dance.
Classes will include*:
* with specialist workshops and tutorials in Pilates & Yoga, Mindfulness & Wellbeing, Tap, Acting for Camera, Voiceovers, Shakespeare and Contextual Studies
Following assessments at half term, students will then choose their pathway for the next 6 weeks all aimed to provide a bespoke, focussed and challenging training programme for each individual student.
PATHWAY 1 ACT 40% | SING 30% | DANCE 30%
PATHWAY 2 SING 40% | DANCE 30% | ACT 30%
PATHWAY 3 DANCE 40% | ACT 30% | SING 30%
Student Pathways are then reviewed every half-term until Easter before reverting back to an equal weighting for the end of year showcase rehearsals performed at the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds on the first Saturday in June.
The course also includes regular masterclasses delivered by guest teachers from ALL areas of the industry including directors, choreographers, performers, vocal coaches, musical directors and Performing Arts Colleges with regular mock auditions developing confidence, presentation and delivery.
Every student has Agency representation with CTC management to gain more audition experience and professional work in TV, Film and Theatre including a professional photograph package which can be used when applying for further vocational training.