Here you’ll find all the relevant and useful documents for the HNC Performing Arts Course, including some suggested reading and research materials.
Keep checking back as we will upload documents throughout the duration of the course. To find out more about accessibility at The Garage, click here.
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Twentieth Century Actor Training
Actions: The Actors’ Thesaurus
Marina Caldarone, Maggie Lloyd Williams
Stanislavski for beginners
Stanislavski: An introduction
Acting Shakespeare: For Auditions and Examinations
Acting Characters: 20 Essential Steps From Rehearsal to Performance [ONLINE]
Voice into acting: Integrating Voice and the Stanislavski Approach
Christina Gutekunst, John Gillet.
Voice and Speech in the Theatre
J. Clifford Turner
Ballet and Modern Dance
No Fixed Points: Dance in the Twentieth Century
Nancy Reynolds, Malcolm McCormick
Being a Dancer: Advice from Dancers and Choreographers
Fifty Key Contemporary Choreographers
Martha Bremser, Ian Bramley
The Routledge Dance Studies Reader
Alexandra Carter, Janet O’Shea
Acting in Musical Theatre: A Comprehensive Course
Joe Deer, Rocco dal Vera.
The Singing and Acting Handbook: Games and Exercises for the Performer
Thomas de Mallet Burgess
Gestures of Music Theatre: The Performativity of Song and Dance
Dominic Symonds, Millie Taylor
Each year The Garage Trust offer a very limited number of education scholarships towards covering the costs of accredited course fees. Take a look at our Scholarships page to find out more.
Danielle Gardner – Accredited Courses Leader
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