Pearce gets things going with the 'dancer's challenge' to focus brains and warm-up bodies. This exciting introduction to working with props begins with the hat and chair, in a musical theatre style routine.
About Pearce Barron
He began performing at Stagecoach Swindon where he attended weekly classes for 9 years, before starting full-time training at Sylvia Young Theatre School at age 13. His studying continued up until last summer when he graduated from ArtsEd with a First Class BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre. Since leaving Pearce has played Aladdin in Aladdin at New Victoria Theatre, Woking, and performed in The Pirate Queen at London Coliseum. Later this year he is due to play IQ in the West End production of Hairspray alongside Michael Ball and Paul Merton. Pearce is super excited to be part of the StagecoachAtHome team! Continuing to dance and work on our performance craft together, whilst in the safety and comfort of our homes.
Props in Musical Theatre (1/3) Introduction & Establishing Routine
"Pearce gets things going with the 'dancer's challenge' to focus brains and warm-up bodies. This exciting introduction to working with props begins with the hat and chair, in a musical theatre style routine to the track 'Something About This Night' from Finding Neverland.
Props in Musical Theatre (2/3) Exploration & Development of Routine
Pearce takes you on a discovery of storytelling through movement and character creation work in your 'Something About This Night' routine. As well as continuing to add the two props into the choreography and dance you're getting close to being performance ready!
Props in Musical Theatre (3/3) 'Something About This Night' Performance
It's time to execute your best version of the 'dancers' challenge' and then get ready to piece together the final choreography of our 'Something About This Night' routine. Bring your chair, hat, character work, and storytelling into a final performance!