Musical theatre is a form of theatrical performance that combines songs, spoken dialogue, acting, and dance. The story and emotional content of a musical – humor, pathos, love, anger – are communicated through the words, music, movement and technical aspects of the entertainment as an integrated whole. Although musical theatre overlaps with other theatrical forms like opera and dance, it may be distinguished by the equal importance given to the music as compared with the dialogue, movement and other elements. Since the early 20th century, musical theatre stage works have generally been called, simply, musicals.
At TIDC Performing Arts Studio we are passionate about Musical Theatre and have forged strong links with industry professionals over many years. We pride ourselves in understanding industry requirements and knowing a vast variety of experienced and generous practitioners ready to offer you help and advice whilst you are studying with us, and afterwards. Vocal technique, vocal stamina and development is a particular focus at the studios.
We at the TIDC performing Arts Studio assist you in developing a rigorous practice routine and choosing and consolidating suitable repertoire covering all the genres you are likely to need for future auditions. We believe that performing takes regular and frequent practice and facilitate this in all our courses. You will build your confidence, learn to allow yourself to fail and have a chance to sing and perform solo. You will receive training in performance craft, dance and intensive acting coaching. You will discover and develop your unique selling point and cast-ability. Our members and alumni feature as leads, swings and ensemble in local, regional and international touring productions.
Our teachers brings a vibrancy to each lesson and really encourages everybody to have confidence while singing and uses songs the students can relate to and want to sing. For the more advanced singing student, private lessons are encouraged to really hone in on their individual talent. We also have Musical Theatre classes on offer for those wanting to experience singing dancing and acting, to help with an all round performance.
Requirements – folder for music brought every week to class and uniform for Musical Theatre
Below are various classes available, we have competition level (via audition), combined Singing, Dancing and Acting, or Separate classes in various levels of dance, acting in conjunction with Adelaide Youth Theatre and singing.
There are also opportunities to audition with Adelaide Youth Theatre as well as mid year performances and End of Year Productions.
|West Croydon||Monday||4.45pm||Basic dance class for 8-12 years|
|Monday||5.45pm||Basic dance class for 5-8 years|
|Tuesday||6.00pm||Competition level musical theatre 8 – 10 years|
|Wednesday||6.00pm||Competition level musical theatre 12- 15 years|
|Thursday||4.00pm||Competition level musical theatre 5 – 8 years|
|Friday||4.30pm||Competition level musical theatre 10 – 12 years|
|Saturday||11.15am||Competition level musical theatre 15 & over|
|Saturday||10.30am||Junior musical theatre 6 – 10 years|
|Saturday||1.00pm||Inters musical theatre 11 and over|
|Elizabeth||Monday||4.45pm||Competition level musical theatre 8 – 10 years|
|Tuesday||4.30pm||Competition level musical theatre 5 – 8 years|
|Tuesday||5.45pm||Basic Dance 5 – 10 years|
|Tuesday||6.45pm||Basic Dance 12 years upward|
|Wednesday||4.45pm||Musical theatre introduction 6-12 years|
|Wednesday||7.00pm||Competition level musical theatre 10 – 12 years|
|Saturday||12.00pm||Advanced level musical theatre|
|Golden Grove||Monday||7.00pm||Musical theatre class (GG Recreation Centre)|
|Saturday||1.45pm||Musical theatre class (GGHS Dame Roma Building)|