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PAA Musical Theatre

PAA examinations in Musical Theatre were the first examinations in the UK to examine a group performance whilst assessing each candidate individually. PAA Musical Theatre examinations are accessible for all ages and abilities and provides teachers with the creativity and flexibility to enable every child to succeed. Contact us to start delivering PAA qualifications

Creating an all round performer PAA Musical Theatre examinations contain three core elements, The Performance, Technical Skills and Understanding and Reflection producing a well rounded performer equipped with industry relevant skills and knowledge. Our examiners come to you Our Musical Theatre examiners come to you, meaning examinations take place at your preferred location where your students are comfortable, and can perform to the best of their abilities.

UCAS points UCAS points are available at grades 6, 7 and 8, supporting students progression onto University, or for a career in the performing arts industry. Regulated by Ofqual and part of the QCF We're fully regulated by the UK government body, Ofqual. Our Musical Theatre grades are internationally recognised and carry huge rewards. Beginner to advanced We assess the complete range of musical theatre levels from the early stages (Debut) all the way up to a professional standard (Grade 8).

The Exam PAA Grade Exams has been specifically designed to give teachers the creative freedom to build a bespoke curriculum around their own teaching styles and existing programme.

Musical Theatre Exams are assessed in three key areas:

THE PERFORMANCE A group piece of musical theatre, performed from memory, in which candidates perform a range of acting, singing and dancing throughout TECHNICAL SKILLS DEMONSTRATION Acting, singing or dancing skills demonstrated through a series of short exercises designed to be achievable during a class warm up or technical workshop over a number of weeks UNDERSTANDING AND REFLECTION The sharing of ideas on the given topic based on the performance seen in the examination in a discussion facilitated by the examiner

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