This chapter aims to explore the ways that play can be used to enhance vocal students’ learning. Play is widely recognised as a powerful medium for effective learning, potentially stress free, and enjoyable to its participants. The notion of active learning takes its roots from the philosophy of experiential learning and constructivist and social constructivist pedagogies of teaching and learning. Both the games and the role-play were organised to enhance students’ learning. The teacher narrative presented below demonstrates the importance of game rules to support students’ active engagement in their learning. The advantage of the method of active learning is in students constructing the knowledge, which attains personal meaning and can be applied to relevant activities beyond the educational setting. Singers need to be multi-faceted and agile in moving authentically between genres if they want to have the portfolio career that is now a reality for graduates of performing arts university programs.