Youth Theatre Workshop 16-19
This course uses drama as a medium to reflect and respond to young people’s lives, and is also a great way for teens to get back into, or start acting for the first time.
his ten week course uses drama as a medium to reflect and respond to young people’s lives, and is also a great way for teens to get back into, or start acting for the first time. Using improvisation, participants learn to explore and enhance their imaginations. The course is both enjoyable and challenging, enabling students to express themselves in a creative and constructive manner.
There will also be specialist skills e.g. dance, singing, creative writing and voice incorporated into the programme.
Please Note: Dependent on Government regulations on Covid-19 classes may take place on Zoom. We will update regularly here on GSA’s response to government Covid-19 restrictions.
Participants of Youth Theatre Workshop can expect to:
- Be encouraged to express themselves with clarity through both voice and movement.
- Explore and challenge their ideas and those of others within a creative and friendly environment
- Grow in confidence and explore their creativity
- Experience performing in front of friends and family
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This course is for those wishing to continue their journey to the stage! The third stage in the process.
This course is for those wishing to start their journey to the stage! The second step in the process.
This MA in Theatre Practice is offered in conjunction with University College Dublin.
For more information see the course listing at UCD.
For other queries about the MA in Theatre Practice please email the course coordinator Antoinette Duffy at Antoinette@gaietyschool.com