TRAINING

"I cannot recommend Bodens enough for its support, willing and its team of experienced
tutors and practitioners to be able to accommodate this level of training."

ALAN PEARSON - MOUNTVIEW ACADEMY OF THEATRE ARTS
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LEVEL 3 FOUNDATION DIPLOMA

DEVELOPING VOICE FOR
PERFORMANCE
  • Learn how to utilise and maintain a healthy voice. Perform a classical and contemporary monologue and a contemporary duologue to panel for feedback and improvement.
ACTING STYLES
  • Study Contrasting Practitioner's Stanislavski, Artaud and Grotowski, performing in two full plays exploring Naturalism and Surrealism.

GROUP PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP

  • Devise a piece of theatre from a provided stimulus, collaborating to create a performance of high standard to present to an audience.

PERFORMING ARTS IN THE COMMUNITY

  • Discover the application of theatre for trans formative change, exploring practitioner's Brook, Boal and Brecht. Leads to a Theatre in Education performance touring to local schools.

INVESTIGATING PRACTITIONER'S WORK

  • Study leading practitioners and theatre companies, applying their techniques and methodologies through rehearsal to perform in a contemporary play.
DEVELOPING SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR LIVE PERFORMANCE
  • Intensive Musical Theatre Foundation training. Work on acting through song, vocal technique and varying styles of dance. This units ends with the performance of a full musical.

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LEVEL 3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN THE PERFORMING ARTS
  • Explore professional employment opportunities within the industry, including pathways, UCAS and Drama School auditions.
SCREEN ACTING
  • Intensive training for acting on camera. Learn techniques and work practically creating a solo film piece and a short film.
MOVEMENT IN PERFORMANCE
  • Investigate practioner's Laban and Lecoq, studying theatre companies Frantic Assembly and Complicite, before creating and sharing to an audience, a physical theatre performance.
INTERPRETING CLASSICAL TEXT FOR PERFORMANCE
  • Study the social, political and historical context of the plays of Sophocles, Euripides and Aeschylus. Undertake mask, movement and choral ensemble work before performing a piece of Classical Greek Theatre to an audience
INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE
COMMISSION
  • An independent study in a performance related area of the student's choice. Research, investigate and then present your findings to an audience.
MUSICAL THEATRE TECHNIQUES
  • Further advanced training in Musical Theatre culminating in the performance of a full musical.

FINAL LIVE PERFORMANCE TO AN AUDIENCE

  • The last performance of the Extended Diploma, a devised piece showcasing everything our students have learned in their time at Bodens College.
AUGUST SUMMER COURSE

LEVEL 2 DIPLOMA IN CREATIVE AND PERFORMING ARTS (16-17 YEARS)

LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN CREATIVE AND PERFORMING ARTS (17-18 YEARS)


LIVE PERFORMANCE
  • An intensive training opportunity, studying all aspects of Musical Theatre throughout each day. Analysing text and lyrics, exploring movment and gesture through the discovery of subtext.  At the end of the final week, all students perform a full musical to an audience.
ACTING WORKSHOP
  • Explore text, character and relationships through workshops, concentrating on a contemporary play. An intense opportunity to unlock, rehearse and develop a full play ready for performance to an audience in just one week.
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ADVANCED DIPLOMA COURSE

LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN CREATIVE AN D PERFORMING ARTS


LIVE PERFORMANCE
  • Intensive Advanced training, studying all aspects of Musical Theatre. A comprehensive course covering acting through song, musical analysis, style, relationships, journey of the song, audition technique, vocal delivery and performance.  This includes the performance of a full musical to an audience.

AUDITION TECHNIQUES
  • A solid preparation for Drama School auditions in the early part of the course. Reserach and select appropriate contrasting material for use within an audition scenario. Acquire the flexibility to respond quickly and effectively to demands for improvisation or development through performance in front of a panel, receiving feedback to improve your work. Investigate honing the necessary skills to present well in an audition environment.

ELIZABETHAN THEATRE
  • Unlock the writing of Shakespeare and take on the challenge of Shakespearean language head on. Students will work on two contrasting monologues and a soliloquy  in preparation for auditions and public performance.  Students work intensely on a range of techniques: the muscularity of the language, the subtext and the world of the play,  language and imagery, the character's inner landscape, the sound and range of the voice. The unit culminates in the performance of a full Shakespeare play to an audience.

LEVEL 4 ASSOCIATE DIPLOMA IN ACTING OR MUSICAL THEATRE
  • A one-unit qualification pursuing professional excellence in performance. The performance standard required is broadly speaking that of the first year of a university degree course. We help you to prepare a 25-minute programme containing two contrasting dramatic extracts, a lyric poem, narrative verse or prose, and an impromptu talk related to performance, followed by a discussion with the examiner in which context, interpretation, performance, and performance techniques are examined in relation to the programme presented. For the Musical Theatre Associate Diploma, candidates must demonstrate professional potential in two major musical theatre disciplines (dance, singing, acting) and present a varied programme including sung and spoken items, one of which may be a duet or duologue; one item must be dance-based.
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LEVEL 6 LICENTIATE DIPLOMA IN ACTING OR MUSICAL THEATRE
  •  This is the equivalent standard to the final year of an undergraduate degree. Students are required to present a 30-minute performance including a brief talk on the staging (for stage, TV or film) of a chosen play and discussion of performance items and of technical and artistic problems related to rehearsal and performance, approaches to characterisation, costume, kinds of staging, and performance styles of special interest to the performer. In addition to those specific performance requirements, a written examination unit on supporting theory related to drama and theatre, and a unit of submitted materials on reflective practice, must be completed.
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