Workshop: Pretty Woman The Musical

Saturday 6th April 2024
10am - 12pm, £20

Join Drama Studio Scotland for their first-ever Touring Talent Workshop, offering a unique experience for current and aspiring performers to delve into the world of musical theatre.

Their debut workshop is a dance focused session, themed around the iconic hit musical “Pretty Woman,” led by industry professional Victoria Rachael McCabe, a talented member of the show’s cast.

Professional Company Warm Up: Kickstart the session with a dynamic warm-up led by Victoria, this will be based on the warm-up the current cast take part in before every show.

Themed Exploration: Delve into the captivating themes of “Pretty Woman,” gaining insights and inspiration from a seasoned performer.

Choreography Masterclass: Learn some iconic dance numbers from the show, including audition routines, suitable for intermediate, advanced, and professional dancers.

Q&A: At the end of the workshop, Victoria will dedicate time to address your questions, whether they pertain to her experiences in the industry, her journey with “Pretty Woman,” or valuable advice for aspiring performers.

Feedback: Victoria will provide individual feedback via email. Receive constructive insights tailored to your performance, helping you identify strengths and areas for improvement. This personalised feedback is a rare opportunity to gain a professional perspective on your skills and enhance your journey in the performing arts.


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