Performance Arts Qualifications - an introduction
Performance Arts is an innovative Trinity College London syllabus that offers students in all performance arts the opportunity to demonstrate their achievement in a wide range of skills. This TCL syllabus offers assessment of many different skills, styles, and disciplines – for example Dancing, Singing, Playing a Musical Instrument, and Physical Theatre. There are also opportunities to offer contributory skills such as Choreography, Composition, Direction, Costume Design, Make- Up etc (Full info)
Movement Workshop - "How can I make more use of Movement in my classes?"
The Movement Workshop will explore not only how Movement can be used in the Performance Arts Syllabus but how the implementation of this work can help to improve the Physicalisation of a character.
Q & A - Trinity Drama & Speech Syllabus
Get Updates and clarify your questions about Trinity College London Drama syllabus.
About the Speaker
Mary Ann Tear
Consultant and Senior Examiner in Drama & Performance for Trinity College London
Mary Ann is the consultant in Drama and Performance for South East Asia based in Singapore and a senior examiner and trainer for Trinity College London. She is a choreographer, director, Performing Arts lecturer and practitioner and a British Federation Adjudicator. Her work has taken her to Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, India, Canada, Sri Lanka, Dubai, Bermuda, as well as centres in Europe and the UK.
Mary Ann was a UK lecturer in Performing Arts working for the Universities of Hertfordshire and Middlesex, whilst also pursuing her professional theatrical career with performance, choreography, and direction in drama, musical theatre, opera, pantomime and physical theatre. During her time at the universities she was part of the panel who designed the Performing Arts courses at Diploma through to BA levels. (Click here for Full Bio)