Performing Arts Curricular

The Performing Arts at Prince Alfred College incorporates Drama, Music and Film and Media. Each pathway is a rigorous academic endeavour open to all boys who dare. Students study the Arts through practical and theoretical components of work, including composition and devising, researching of historical context as well as design and innovation in performance. Students at PAC are fortunate to work with educators who are active practitioners in their fields, ensuring that students remain cognisant of current trends in the Arts on a national and international stage.

The Senior years in the Arts allows for students to refine their skill set and focus their major projects, bodies of work and performances on styles and genres that are of particular interest to them, ensuring that boys are actively engaged and progressing in their learning.

Additionally, senior students in the Arts have at their fingertips access to external competitions, exhibitions, performances and master classes, and through co-curricular activities can use these learning experiences to enhance their classroom learning.

For each Performing Arts pathway, please select from the menu for;
Film and Media

Performing Arts: Co-Curricular Activities
In addition to the College’s curriculum based opportunities for all boys in Music, Drama and Dance, many boys across the College are involved extensively in Performing Arts activities outside the classroom.

Please visit the Performing Arts Co-Curricular page for further information.