Trinity’s Acting exams are available for learners who want to focus on vocal, physical, and characterization skills in dramatic performance.
These exams come in solo, pairs, or groups. Candidates can perform a range of play extracts from a variety of periods and styles, and engage with devised forms of theatre. The format of the exams allows them to choose from a wide range of options, focusing on the literary and dramatic forms that complement their studies or that they want to explore further.
◈ Develop the range of physical, characterization skills that actors use to create successful performances.
◈ Practical tasks include performing extracts from plays, improvisation, answering questions in character, reworking material, sight-reading, and discussing the candidates’ work with the examiner.
“The skills you develop as you prepare for a Trinity Acting exam bring your communication to life. That’s going to be valuable, whichever industry you’re working in, whatever occupation you decide to follow.” -Iain Reekie, Trinity Examiner