StageScreen 50/50

StageScreen 50/50 is the only course of it's kind in Ireland. It fuses both speech and drama with acting to camera and film production for the well rounded experience. The course is creative, challenging, exciting but above all fun. Students learn to explore their creative sides in a fun and supportive environment. 

Each class will write their own short films and tv commercials, and each term we will select some to film and turn into movies. Students will have the choice to direct, to operate cameras or act in the films - there is something for everyone. Term one the students will learn the basics of how films are made, and shoot their own tv commercials. Term two students will shoot a short film that the class has devised themselves using professional equipment. In In term three students take part in a script writing competition in Feis Maitiu in the Mill Theatre Dundrum, where one script will be selected from the class and performed on stage.

Every week students will also study speech and drama. Students will have weekly classes in vocal techniques: breathing, projection and articulation. They will study acting for stage through improvisations, drama exercises and play rehearsals. There is a big performing element on the course. The students take part in numerous competitions in the Feis Maitiu in the Mill Theatre Dundrum and two showcases in the Sean O'Casey Theatre. 

Students also have the option of auditioning for full scale youth productions. Last year productions included 'The Witches' and 'Charlie And The Chocolate Factory'. This year's productions will be 'Chatroom' and 'The Snow Queen'.

An optional agency service is provided and students are sent out on auditions for TV/Film/Adverts. This year 50/50 student Niall Jordan got a lead part in tv series 'The Dublin Murders'.

10% sibling discounts available.

        


Exam Class

Student's have the optional opportunity of studying for their grade exams in Speech And Drama with some of the UK's leading colleges and exam boards including Trinity College London and London College Of Music and Drama. 

These classes are kept extremely small with plenty of one to one tuition and preparation for the students taking their exams. When students have taken their Grade 8 exam they can then choose to progress to an acting or teaching diploma qualification.