This program is a course that explores and develops the art of the three major disciplines in theatre performance namely, voice, stage movement/dance and acting guided by the prescribed curriculum. Since it is mostly a workshop course, the students are expected to participate in all massive workshops concentrating on stage movement/dance and acting. Each student should learn music reading and sight singing in order for them to learn the required repertoire quickly.
They are also required to take one-on-one voice lessons to learn vocal production and vocal technique. It is mandatory to attend and participate in all the workshops and lessons that prepare the students as soloists and members of small and large ensemble. Aside from the workshops, there are lots of readings and writings about the musical theatre history, vocal repertoire and character analysis.
The students will also learn how to analyze and critique during acting workshops in a positive and constructive manner. They will also undergo a mock jury/audition and an interview. At the end of the semester, the whole class will have a culminating showcase performance of the assigned solo, small/ large ensemble and musical theatre scenes.
After taking this program, graduates can choose from a variety of enriching employment opportunities where they can practice their chosen profession.