Performing Arts and Stage Crafts
Encapsulating every role available in the theatre, Performing Arts and Stage Crafts Enrichment is your chance to join a company and be involved in creating a top quality production.
You do not need to be doing a subject based on performance to be involved. Sessions are mainly in College time but some evenings and weekends are required.
Performing Arts Enrichment is an opportunity to get stuck into drama, dance and music and work in a company. We create high quality shows and everyone involved feels part of something totally exciting.
You’ll have the chance to be part of a fantastic toe–tapping musical, featuring full orchestra, lights and choreography and hone your theatre skills further with more more challenging pieces of dance and drama.
We work alongside Performance Enrichment to support the professional performances produced by students.
Come and join the fun and see what vibrant creativity you can release!
You have the opportunity to provide technical support for productions, concerts and events at the College. We combine theoretical and practical sessions for you to gain a greater understanding of the technical skills needed in the world of theatre.
There will be opportunities to gain experience in a range of production roles such as costume design, prop making, stage management, lighting and set design.
In 2019, we sold out the Brewhouse Theatre in Taunton for three nights with our production of ‘Chicago – High School Edition.’
“The stars shone brilliantly, but the smaller parts and chorus were all superb. Energetic, talented, and disciplined. All the unseen supporting crew must have been magnificent in order to deliver such a professional production. The choreography and dancing were spectacular. The whole thing was a joy.”
Chris Davies, CBE, DL, Youth Lead for Lord Lieutenant of Somerset representative.
“It was absolutely amazing and my goodness what talent they all have too. In today’s society of academia and ‘mental stress,’ it is lovely to see how the performing arts still thrive and enable students to excel and shine.”
Karen Wedlake, Headteacher of Trull Primary School.