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New Drama School: Sutara Academy of Performing Arts

posted by the hanging out team - Wednesday, July 18, 2012

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Sutara Academy is founded by Award-winning Singer/Actress Lorna Gayle.

Dear Friend,


Sutara Academy of Performing Arts (SAPA) is South London's newest drama school and we would like to tell you a little bit about it.  

We offer weekend training to young adults and seasoned performers, providing basic theory and practical techniques in acting, singing and dance. Our aim is to empower young people to express themselves in a safe and creative environment.

Sutara Facilitators

Wil Johnson The classes will be taught by an enthusiastic team of industry professionals, including, award-winning actor, Wil Johnson (Waking the dead, Adulthood)    
And Ricky Fearon (Currently in Julius Caesar/RSC) Each professional will lead acting masterclasses, working on monologues and scenes in order to bring students up to the highest standard of performance. The course will end with a showcase and students will be able to demonstrate their skills in front of a live audience.

Singing & Dance
We will also have masterclasses from the world of music & choreography. Professionals such as Lovers Rock Queen, Carroll Thompson will teach vocal harmonies/microphone technique, whilst dance experts Tolu Adefioye and Nadine Woodley will teach contempory and street dance.



Click the link at the top of this page to find out about our competitive prices!
Our courses lasts for 10 - 12 weeks with an option to continue throughout the year. All classes are taken at the Lost Theatre, London, SW8 2JU.

Saturdays ~14 - 18 year olds (Intermediate) 2 -5pm ~  

Sundays ~ 19 upwards (Professionals) 5 - 8pm ~ 

Wednesdays ~ All ages ~ 15 - 55! (drop in session for beginners) 
8 - 9.30pm ~ Pay what you can...

Please note: Wednesday Drop in sessions starts from 1 Aug 2012. To apply for any of our courses you can fill in an application form online. 
Romeo & Juliet (The Remix)
Romeo & Juliet The 'Hip Hop' Remix (SAPA)
Romeo & Juliet The 'Hip Hop' Remix (SAPA)
Romeo & Juliet (The Remix) an adaptation of Shakespeare's famous love story, written & directed by Lorna Gayle, played to a sold out audience in Jan 2012. 

When you join Sutara Academy you will get the opportunity to take part in our end of year full-scale drama production, in front of industry professionals such as casting directors and agents.
 We are launching with a Summer intensive course!!

Lorna Sutara Gayle
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