Designed for learners who want to engage with diverse and contemporary theatre-making; candidates demonstrate their skills in imaginative and creative exploration of performance forms and materials.
In pairs, groups or as solo performers, candidates demonstrate their skills in the imaginative and creative exploration and integration of different performance forms and materials.
These exams provide the opportunity to create performances that have personal resonance, both in their form and their content, which can range from spoken word performance, like comedy routines, acting or prose reading, to physical theatre, folk and traditional dance, improvisation, puppetry and mime. Candidates can explore opportunities provided by recorded media, such as screening and talking about a film they have made. Candidates can also explore complementary performance skills such as costume-making, lighting and set and audio design.
Read this blog post by Gregg Whelan, Trinity's Director of Performance on how we have improved our drama offer for schools, teachers and candidates.