Study with Stage School
Earn your Diploma of Musical Theatre CUA50213 in 2021, with our fully accredited course.
Daniel Puckey appointed as Musical Director.
He was most recently the Musical Director for the Australian tour of Muriel’s Wedding The Musical. Previously, he was the Associate Musical Director and Associate Conductor on The Book of Mormon, The Wizard of Oz, The Bodyguard Musical, Disney’s The Lion King, and Hot Shoe Shuffle. He has also worked as a Keyboardist on the Melbourne seasons of Kinky Boots, We Will Rock You, Sound of Music, Lion King and King Kong. View all faculty.
Become a Triple Threat
Learn directly from experienced teachers and industry professionals to develop professional musical theatre skills by combining studio based classes, masterclasses and performance intensives, with more formal study units. Delivered in collaboration with the Australian Teachers of Dancing RTO#31624
Creative skills for the future workforce
One in two Australians agree that the arts have a big or very big impact on building creative skills that will be necessary for the future workforce. This is in line with the growing body of evidence that identifies creative skills as essential to workforces of the future. In recent years, multiple predictions about workforces of the future – both Australian and international studies – have identified increasing need for creative thinking and skills. Creativity enables adaptability, experimentation and innovation. Creative skills have been integral to the fast-growing industries in Australia over the past decade and ... creativity can cultivate new ideas, technologies and cutting edge innovation. Australia Council for the Arts Creating Our Future Report, August 2020
I used everything that I was learning from Stage School’s First Year Performance Intensive with all of my teachers and took a lot in from what I learnt from the master class weeks. I truly didn’t hold back for the preparation of my audition and achieved goals that I didn’t think possible to achieve in such little time. Student
What training providers are on My Skills?
All of the training providers on My Skills are registered training organisations (RTOs).
This means they are registered by a state or territory or national regulator (ASQA) recognition authority to deliver training and/or conduct assessments and issue nationally recognised qualifications.
Only RTOs can:
Deliver nationally recognised courses and accredited Australian Qualifications Framework VET qualifications.
Apply for Australian state and territory funding to deliver vocational education and training.
An RTO is an organisation that provides VET qualifications; e.g.
technical and further education (TAFE) institutes
adult and community education providers
industry skill centres
commercial and enterprise training providers
some universities, higher education providers, and high schools
Course Fees & Full Student Info Pack
Students enrolling in accreditation may be eligible to receive income support while attending the Diploma course. Please contact Centrelink to explore your eligibility as eligibility for Centrelink benefits is based on an individual’s personal circumstances.