Our credentials

We have a long record of proven success

Production success

The Vivo D’Arte One Year Artistic Programme is built on over 10 years of innovative, ambitious productions which have consistently received critical acclaim from national theatre critics and interest from international press including Broadwayworld.com and Playbill. Performances were attended by top theatre agents and casting directors. Professional and showcase productions include:

Parade, 2017

Frogmore Papermill

A professional production featuring recent graduates and performers starting professional careers. Parade received 5-star reviews including a special mention in the Theatre Weekly ‘Top 10 Off West-End Productions for 2017′.

Professional Development experience
Rent, 2018

Frogmore Papermill

Another professional, fully immersive production for recent graduates gaining significant international interest and a good number of 5-star reviews from leading theatre critics.

Spring Awakening, 2019

Frogmore Papermill

A showcase production for performing arts students and recent graduates which gained significant and wide acclaim. as well as being attended by numerous agents and casting directors.

I have met some fantastic people and have challenged myself to achieve something I never thought I could.


Student and cast success

Vivo D’Arte has a proven track record of providing high quality production experiences for performers. Many previous cast members and students have gone on to attend leading performing arts institutions including Royal Academy of Music, Royal Northern College of Music, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Guilford School of Music and Drama, Italia Conti, Oxford School of Drama, LAMDA, and National Youth Theatre. 

Vivo D’Arte students and cast have gone on to pursue successful careers in West End musicals, tours and professional productions across the UK including Hamilton (London), Book of Mormon (UK Tour), Kinky Boots (London), Madagascar (UK Tour), Jesus Christ Superstar (London), Caroline or Change, Les Miserables (London) and Royal Shakespeare Company (Stratford).