Throughout your training, you are guided towards the development of a clear set of individual technical skills, as well as important critical and evaluative skills. You have specific practical skills-based classes in voice, acting, physical acting, singing, dance, movement, stage combat and contextual studies. Your imagination is developed through play, improvisation, games, exercises, scene work, sensory exploration and project rehearsals. In years one and two, work is shown to the School at the end of each block of teaching. Screen acting classes and film projects explore the unique and individual processes of acting for camera and fully prepare you for successful entry into the contemporary world of recorded media. Guildford School of Acting (GSA) training draws primarily on the teaching and practices of Stanislavski and Lecoq, as well as the work of Mike Alfreds, Uta Hagen, Sanford Meisner and Michael Chekhov.