A chance to train with the world-class ASA faculty and guest teachers from the West End, dance industry and theatrical companies. Once a month, classes change to incorporate a dynamic, triple threat program, in a supportive and nurturing environment.
Performers aged 10 - 17 years will work alongside ASA faculty and top industry professionals who really care about your progress and development. Running in alignment with your current training, our Associates Program will offer opportunities to learn a range of styles from Jazz, Musical Theatre, Contemporary, Tap and Commercial, to Singing, Acting and working as an ensemble. Classes will change each week to provide an enormous range of variety, a jam packed timetable, and will challenge and inspire students to learn and grow outside of their comfort zones...all within the signature ASA family atmosphere.
Join the ASA magic, make friends for life and be the very best version of YOU.
DANCE ASSOCIATE COURSE
Each Associates day will include a class with West End sensation and ASA teacher Morgan Scott. Morgan specialises in teaching Jazz, Musical Theatre and Contemporary at ASA.
Morgan is here to support you through your training and ensure you have the very best time possible. Each week you will work with resident and guest teachers from the West End, theatrical companies, and dance industry. Learn from the best.
Morgan trained at the London Studio Centre, graduating with a BA (Hons) Degree in Theatre Dance.
Theatre credits include: 'Cats' Cyprus, 'Thank You For The Music’ SECC Hydro Glasgow, ‘Jack and The Beanstalk’ Alhambra Theatre Dunfermline, ‘Saturday Night Fever’ (Dance Captain/Pete/Jay) Sir John Loveridge Hall, ‘Cinderella’ (Dance Captain) Alive Corn Exchange, ‘Princess’ (Dance Captain) Lost Theatre, ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’ (Dance Captain) Adelphi Theatre, ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ (Wurzel) Lichfield Garrick, ‘Let’s Dance Again’ Royal Festival Hall, ‘An Introduction to Princess’ (The Rabbit) Lost Theatre, ‘Loserville’ (The Principal/Ensemble) Union theatre, ‘Aladdin’ Cambridge Arts Theatre, ‘Waterbabies A Musical Adventure’ (Barty/1st Cover Tom) Curve Theatre, ‘Robin Hood’ (King Richard) Cambridge Arts Theatre and ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ (Jack) Theatre Royal Windsor.