Drama & Performing Arts Courses In Gambia

Introduction To Drama, TV Drama Production & Presentation

Examining acting approaches and techniques, improvisation and text analysis, voice, movement, singing and acting.

Mode – Classroom based practical and theory, home studies, field trips.
Assessment – Exams, practical and theory, teacher assessment.
Outcomes – students will have a wider awareness of acting skills and be able to demonstrate their acting ability with confidence

TV Presentation

Chosaan Gambia Research and write for broadcasting and develop important interview techniques. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to meet a real life presenter who can share information and experiences of working in the business, speech training.

Mode – Group tuition, individual projects, home studies.
Assessment – exam (practical / aural), teacher assessment.
Outcomes – students should be able to prepare and read scripts to camera competently and be able to conduct an interview to camera.

TV Drama Production

Gain an insight into the technicalities of a film shoot, and the demanding role of the crew through to the art and craft of screenwriting which will allow you to explore the fundamentals of screen narrative and visual story design.

Mode – Group activity, professional support, home study.
Assessment – Teacher assessment, attendance / punctuality.
Outcomes; Experience of working in a group in a professional setting, recorded material (CV), skills and knowledge to enable a career in the performing arts industry as a whole from management to performance. Last but not least, the outcome of this activity should be a great experience and a lot of fun.

Performing Arts Industry

Market and budget a show audition techniques, professional institutions, agents.

Mode – Classroom, field trips.
Assessment – Exam (Quarterly), work produced.
Outcomes – Students should have a general understanding of the performing arts business and be in possession of transferable skills in the areas of administration and marketing.

Overall assessment mark based on the portfolio of your work produced over 1 year. The monthly supervision session, one on one, with your course leader is not assessed.