You will explore and experiment with a range of theory and practice, reinterpreting existing repertoire and creating original works. Working effectively as an ensemble in a respectful and supportive environment forms a key part of the training. This means selection for this course is via workshop and interview rather than conventional audition process alone.
As part of an ensemble of versatile creative practitioners, you will produce a number of works such as plays, musical theatre, dance, physical theatre, performance art and scenography.
Creative collaboration and networking are integral to the course, affording you opportunities to work with fellow students, academia and industry professionals.
Course detail & modules
This innovative course is designed to meet the increasing demand for highly-skilled practitioners who possess a broad range of theatre-making skills. Your studies will form part of a continuous research and development process, in which you experiment with and co-create performance works, showcasing a selection of your choice.
Working effectively as an ensemble in a respectful and supportive environment forms a key part of your training. Our approach towards ‚actor cultivation’ is inspired by the most up-to-date research into the Stanislavsky system and highlights the uniqueness of each performer as conditioned by imaginary circumstances. You will also have the chance to explore physical, political, applied, ritual and post-dramatic methodologies as you progress.
Study & career progression
The creative industries offer many opportunities in acting and performance. Once you graduate, you could also go on to work in:
- arts administration
- applied theatre.
You could also launch a career that combines various elements from this list or launch your own business using the highly transferable skills you have learned. Alternatively, you may want to explore a related area of study. Please see our full list of courses.