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Acting and Performance

LMA

UCAS Code: W415 | Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

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About this course


Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2022

The BA (Hons) degree in Acting and Performance at LMA is delivered by industry professionals providing a solid grounding in all major genres and practices to prepare the actor for a career across a wide variety of platforms including stage, screen, computer games and radio. This is set within the context of an interesting, relevant programme of supporting theoretical study.

Our actors will experience the dynamic of live performance and screen performance from the very outset of the course whilst simultaneously training and developing their skills in styles, approaches, voice and movement. With a multitude of live performances and products produced across the course, our graduates are prepared with extensive showreel material to assist them on the next part of their journey.

A pathway in Screen Acting is available to students from Year 2 onwards for students who wish to develop a specialism in this area.

LMA prides itself on creating a welcoming and supportive environment for all students - in the 2021 National Student Survey [NSS] the LMA BA (Hons) Acting course achieved 100% overall student satisfaction !

When you join LMA you are surrounded by like-minded people in an environment where hard work brings great reward. You are taught by world class tutors in state of the art facilities. The LMA team give you the creative freedom you desire, to explore, discover yourself and give you the confidence to be the absolute best version of YOU.

LMA have amazing campuses in Liverpool and London and is co-owned by Global superstar ROBBIE WILLIAMS

Modules

Level 4 (Yr 1)
Studying Acting and Performance
Acting for Camera
Acting skills and Techniques
Live Acting Performance

Level 5 (Yr 2)
Exploring Acting and Performance
Classical Performance Styles and Techniques
Advanced Acting Skills and Techniques
Contemporary Performance

Level 6 (Yr 3)
Acting Performance Showcase
Industry Investigation
Promotional Portfolio (Acting and Performance)
Major Acting Performance

Assessment methods

You will experience a wide range of assessment methods at LMA including practical demonstrations of your acting skills and techniques, both individually and as part of an ensemble. Practical exercises and briefs are also included which assess your creative ability to improvise and develop characters and roles.

Assessed journals and planning exercises are also used which enable you to reflect and analyse your skills and identify ways they can develop. In some modules, continuous tutor/student assessment is also employed in order to evaluate your journey through the module.

In the Creative production modules you are given the opportunity to take part in live and staged productions where you are assessed on both the development of the production, and also your final performance. In your final year, Acting and Performance students are assessed both individually via the “Showcase” modules which allows you to demonstrate your proficiency and creativity as a solo performer, and also as a group performer via the “Major Production” module .

In the modules where you investigate the performance industry and your role within it, you will experience a variety of assessment methods such as poster presentations, comparative reviews of different performances, and investigative essays and reports

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£8,995
per year
England
£8,995
per year
Northern Ireland
£8,995
per year
Republic of Ireland
£8,995
per year
Scotland
£8,995
per year
Wales
£8,995
per year

The Uni


Course locations:

LMA - London

LMA - Liverpool

Department:

Acting

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