Identity School of Acting provides on-going and intensive acting training for students from all backgrounds. We help actors hone and develop their individual skills and creativity, and prepare them for a career in acting thanks to a varied curriculum. Students work with specialist acting coaches to learn a range of styles and techniques for acting on stage and screen. Students participate in an annual showcase or film-case.
We require all applicants to audition for a place at the school. Successful applicants will be contacted shortly before the start of the course with details of their classes.
If your audition is successful you will be placed into a class according to the grades and level you are judged to be on the day of your audition workshop.
U21’s (16 – 21): If you are 21 or younger, you will be placed directly into a group according to your level.
U21 group levels:
Adults (ages 22+): If you are an adult actor, you will be placed in the Freshers Band system for your first term.
During your first term you will learn a broad range of acting styles and techniques. Your curriculum will consist of 4 modules based on Text, Voice, Movement and Screen Acting.
At the end of this term, you will be assessed and allocated a place on an appropriate adult group level according to the grades you achieve. This is standard procedure at IDSA and it is applied irrespective of previous experience.
Fresher group levels:
Adult group levels: