PPA is committed to developing and widening its outreach programme and educational activity for all. PPA seeks to work alongside colleges and schools to provide first class acting and musical theatre training alongside vocational training in the Performing Arts.
What is included in the visit?
A talk about life at drama school. This talk is a good general introduction to drama school and drama school training; not specifically pitching PPA. There will also be time to ask questions about the course structure and the crucial differences between different courses on offer. Where possible or requested, a Musical Theatre workshop with a member of the faculty.
What do the school need to provide?
A suitable room large enough to run a workshop in.
How much will it cost?
The course is free of charge.
OUTREACH FOR FOUNDATION COURSES
One of the major advantages of being at PPA on our foundation courses are our outreach programmes: we have programmes with colleges such as Arts Educational Schools London, Royal Welsh College, ALRA and with our own PPA 3 Year Professional Diploma in Musical Theatre.
PPA are visited regularly by senior figures at these colleges to talk to students about their respective courses, and also to take workshops on audition procedures and techniques specific to their particular establishments (together with further advice about the business in general).
We will arrange for the colleges to audition our students at the most beneficial time for our students; at the height of their training. It is our aim at PPA, for all of our students to achieve places at any of these top colleges on a 3 year Diploma or BA Hons Course.
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At PPA we believe that theatre training should be a challenging, inspiring, life affirming, and ultimately life changing experience. We’re committed to creating a nurturing environment in which every single student is valued as an individual.