Mischief Musical Tots - 2 to 4 Years.
Mischief Musical Theatre Tots is a fun and dynamic way for you and your child to actively experience the performing arts and the world of theatre. Our themed classes last 45 minutes each week and are the perfect way for you and your child to explore their imagination through songs, stories, role play and games. The sessions are designed to encourage your child's creativity and help improve speech and language skills, communication, listening and social skills.
Mischief Musical Minis - Nursery to Year 3.
Mischief Minis classes encourage children to develop their skills in acting, singing and movement. Our themed classes last 45 minutes each week. The sessions aim to help to build their confidence, communication and social skills. The sessions will provide acting skills, storytelling, role play and improvisation skills. Students will also be introduced to singing, dancing, choreography and stagecraft through games and activities.
Mischief Musical Juniors - Year 4 +.
Mischief Musical Seniors - Year 7 +.
Mischief Junior classes encourage children to develop their skills in acting, singing and movement. Our 1 hour sessions each week, aim to help to build and grow their skills as individuals and also work as a team with the rest of their class to create performances in small concerts and full theatre on stage productions.
Class activities vary week by week, allowing students to explore many different musical numbers, scenes and literature and prepare for optional examinations. Singing skills such as singing in harmony, music theory and technical knowledge. Dancing and ensemble movement such as building a dance sequence and technique and devising own choreography. Acting skills such as developing character and working with scripts, plots and context of a story. Students will also develop key life skills such as communication, reflective thinking skills, teamwork and resilience.
Mischief Musical Advanced Seniors
Professional Development: Further training is available for older students to develop their performance skills, working as a small theatre company. They are also prepared and assisted for any auditions to theatre and vocational drama schools. As well as the opportunity to achieve recognised qualifications through LAMDA, and Trinity College London.
Technical & Production: Technical students will be involved in the behind the scenes and technical preparation for our productions, including lighting, sound, stage management, set design, digital scenery and production management.
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