Trained at Arts Ed. in London.
Christopher Schroeder = jeppe schrøder.
I trained at
Educational School of Acting
The National Diploma In Professional Acting (3 years)
Aims of the Course
The School of Acting places value on the principle of life-long
learning. In addition it places value on the dynamic relationship
between performer and audience. To this end, the School aims to
develop reflective, contemporary actors who are able to work
effectively throughout the performance industry
- Acquiring and
developing a range of core performance skills.
and understanding professional performance practice.
- Reflecting on
and analysing one's own work and the work of others.
- Working in a
range of live and electronic performance contexts
qualities does the course demand
A full-time vocational training as an actor challenges and tests
your stamina and commitment.It is a demanding training,both physically
and emotionally. The work demands that you are able to be honest with
yourself and others; that you can accept criticism; and that you are
able to discipline yourself in order that you may structure your time
and energies so as to fully engage with your training. You must be
physically and emotionally mature, enthusiastic and
committed,open-minded to others and a good group member. You must be
eager to enter an intensive training and actively seeking
opportunities to test yourself as a performer in a broad range of
By way of developing a full understanding of the skills required
for performing to a range of audiences,Year One places emphasis on the
development of your body, voice and imagination. The main emphasis is
on classroom work.Your work will encompass live performance, screen
performance and radio performance.You will perform only to tutors and
to your peers.
Year Two develops your understanding of the actor's process in a range
of contexts and styles. Classroom work continues alongside rehearsal
processes for small-scale classroom projects.The development of your
understanding of the actor's process through rehearsals is a key
aspect of this second year. In your third year of training, you will
join The Acting Company. You will spend a year performing in a broad
range of work.
In the third term of this final year you are joined by students of the
one-year course. In addition, you are given a thorough grounding in
the business aspects of your chosen profession, which prepares you for
entry to the performance industry.
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Students who successfully complete the course are awarded the
National Diploma in Professional Acting.In addition,as the course is
fully accredited all graduates are eligible for full Equity status.
Jeppe Schrøder Actor &
Singer. trained at Arts Ed. in London. Christopher Schroeder