Musical Theatre exams provide learners with the opportunity to integrate acting, singing and movement.
Candidates demonstrate their skills integrating acting, singing and choreographed movement to become the all-round performer through the performance of pieces from published works of musical theatre. Whether as solo, in pairs, or in groups, candidates can bring character and narrative to life with song and movement as an actor or in production.
“The format of the exams reflect what we see when we go to a Musical Theatre show, with candidates combining acting, song and movement to tell a story.”
Iain Reekie, Trinity Examiner
For the current, Communication Skills, Musical Theatre and Performance Arts and Speech and Drama graded and certificate exam specifications, please click on the button below. Please note there will be an overlap between the current Musical Theatre (2010) syllabus specifications, and the new 2020 edition through to 31 May 2021, after which only the new specifications can be used.Current Drama specifications
Valid from 1 September 2020