AIM’s holiday workshop is designed for high school students interested in Music Theatre. Created for students in Years 9-12, the two-day Music Theatre workshops provide incredible opportunities to experience performing and being mentored by AIM’s own accomplished industry professionals
REHEARSE AND PERFORM UNDER THE EXPERTISE OF AUSTRALIA’S LEADING MUSIC THEATRE PROFESSIONALS. DISCOVER THE ART OF THE TRIPLE THREAT AND YOUR POTENTIAL AS A MUSIC THEATRE PERFORMER.
What will you do in the Music Theatre Workshop?
Over two days students will work with AIM’s Musical Theatre industry professionals – Music Theatre, Course Convenor Stephen Gray, and Academic Lecturer for Music Theatre, Johanna Allen. During the workshop, they will guide students and teach skills used in musical theatre performances.
Working as an ensemble the company will rehearse and prepare group numbers from classic music theatre shows, integrating movement, story & vocal performance. This repertoire will form the program for the end of workshop performance.
Working with our resident choreographer, participants will begin working on a routine that supports the chosen ensemble repertoire.
Deep diving into the craft of acting, students will explore what it means to be a music theatre actor, looking at everything from technique to scene to song work.
Working as soloists, participants will perform repertoire they have prepared with our Musical Director and be workshopped by faculty. These sessions provide invaluable insights and allow participants to develop their performance skills.
This is your chance to experience what it’s like to study Music Theatre at AIM!