High employment rates and continued support.
We are extremely proud of our alumni, who go on to enjoy exceptionally high employment rates in the profession – on average, over 90% are professionally employed each year.When our students graduate, they not only have the very best technical skills, due to our employment skills training, they are also able to manage their careers confidently and promote themselves effectively.
Millennium Performing Arts Graduates also enjoy:
- Continuing career support for up to two years after graduation
- CV support for one year after graduation
- Lifetime membership of the MPA Library
Graduates Take On MPA
Recent credits include:
Cassidy Janson, & Juliet, London – WINNER OF 2020 OLIVIER AWARD for best supporting performance in a musical; recently released her first album ‘Cassidy’
Zak Nemorin, Head of Dance at MPA College. Original Concept and additional choreography for the film Uprooted, The Journey of Jazz Dance, which has already won many accolades.
Curtis Angus, Hamilton the Musical, London
Daniel Davidson, Freelance dancer & choreographer, most recent work: ‘Hover’ for National Youth Ballet. Formerly with Rambert Dance Company, London
Alex Black, Grease, Royal Caribbean International
Jackson Bews, appeared in the Emmy Award winning episode of Black Mirror called ‘San Junipero’. Also starred in Catch 22 a TV drama series directed by George Clooney.
Joseph Pitcher, International Director, Matilda the Musical
Jatinder Chera, casting director, most recently for the Royal National Theatre
Yuki Abe & Jasmine Leung, Wicked, London
Clarice Julianda, Newsies, London
Danny Collins, New Adventures in Motion Pictures, London
Chloe Campbell, Hamilton Chicago cast, US tour
Josh Andrews, 42nd Street, Paris
Ross McLaren, currently on UK tour with Singing in the Rain; appeared as Luca McIntyre on BBC soap Doctors
Lisa O’Hare, appearing as Arlene in the new Netflix series Wednesday, USA
Jaye Elster, Matilda the Musical, London
Jemal Felix, playing ‘King Aggnar’ in Frozen, London; nominated for the Black British Theatre achievement Awards: best understudy/swing in a theatre production 2022
Kimball Wong, Former principal dancer with Australian Dance Theatre, Adelaide, Australia during which time he was a multiple winner of ‘Best Male Dancer’ awards.
Jo Morris, associate choreographer 42nd Street, Paris and White Christmas, London
Kanako Nakano, Miss Saigon, London
Sam Holmes, producer for The News Quiz, Series 109, episode 5 on BBC Radio 4
Leon Cooke, Rocketman 2019 film, Mary Poppins Returns 2018 film
Carmelo Segura, Artistic Director, Carmelo Segura Dance Company
Millie Duniam, choreographer Michael Starring Ben, London and UK Tour
Alice Mogg, Grease, UK Tour
Wade Lewin, appeared in Aladdin, the film; Bridgerton, the Netflix series
Josh Wilmott, Lead cover, Young Frankenstein, London
Tarisha Rommick, Aladdin, London