Our drama classes Medway Academy opened in November 2013 and we currently have 4 groups - Little Ones, Kids, Juniors and Seniors.
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Drama Classes Medway
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Main Academy Classes
Our drama classes aim to develop students skills in improvisation, voice technique, confidence building, character building, social skills and script development. Students are encouraged to use skills learnt to create their own characters and story ideas which will develop into short performances that the students have devised.
Improvisation lays down the key components to all acting, it gives students the opportunity to create stories and characters of their own and teaches them how to sustain these ideas though their performances. Throughout the term students will take on a number of different challenges whilst devising and producing their own short stories, this class is aimed at raising confidence whilst improving technique, stage awareness, and character development
Script Work gives the students the opportunity to discover different styles and genres of scripts, from soap to sitcom students will work on television scripts and screenplays. They will also study classical and modern playwrights such as Harold Pinter and Shakespeare. The aim is to build the students knowledge/understanding of script interpretation and character development. This class is key to improving audition technique
Our dance classes aim to develop students core stability, flexibilty, co-ordination, posture and technique. The basis of the training is modern street dance and musical theatre. However throughout the term introductions to other styles such as jazz and contemporary will help the students gain a better knowledge of dance as a whole and improve technique. Classes start with a physical warm up using technique and flexibilty exercises, and then we work on current production numbers.
Our Singing classes aim to help strengthen and improve vocal technique. Each week students will be working on production numbers, this means a variety of different styles from modern pop songs to musical pieces from west end shows. The aim for each class is to improve the voice from every aspect. Students will work on breath control, range, strength, and dexterity of the voice, as well as musical interpretation.
My girls love attending Centre Stage. It has a friendly atmosphere where everyone is part of a great big family. When you watch their shows you can feel their unity and support for one another. Thank you Centre Stage xxx
Tina Roche - Parent