Music Theatre Workshop: Make Music Fest

Keen on a career in the wild and wonderful world of music theatre? Join us for a fun and collaborative workshop exploring the key elements of the theatrical skillset. Sing, dance and act with us!

This workshop is a part of Make Music Fest, AIM’s future student festival and is ideally suited to Year 11 and 12, recent school leaver or mature age students interested in studying at AIM.

At the workshop, you will:

  • Perform a music theatre tune of your choice
  • Learn a well-known musical number as part of an ensemble
  • Develop practical acting and movement techniques on stage
  • Get some invaluable audition advice
  • Present a showcase live on stage. it’s your time to shine!

This is a must-attend for any future music theatre star!

During our day of incredible music workshops, you’ll learn, perform, meet other students and experience the amazing vibe at AIM!  Check out the schedule for the day here.

About your teacher:


Jake Tyler is an AIM graduate and multi-talented performer who recently made his directorial debut with The Mitchell Old Theatre Company for the Sydney production of “Heathers: The Musical.”  

Jake has had an incredible career in music and theatre. He sang in the choir at Adele’s concert in front of 96,000 people. An original music artist in his own right, he’s also starred in a New Zealand production of “Cats” and just appeared in “The Deb,” a new Aussie musical from Rebel Wilson’s production company.  

Jake has also been a part of Squabbalogic productions such as Kiss Me Kate!and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. He toured with Echelon Productions as George inTreasure Hunt, later joining the Australian Shakespeare Company in Jungle Book – The Next Chapter.  

In 2019, Jake joined international group The Tap Pack and performed as Prince Phillip in Opera Australia’s world premiere ofWhiteley – The Brett Whiteley Operaand took the role of Adam in Opera Australia’sMarriage of Figaro.  

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