This exciting interdisciplinary degree programme fuses theatre, film, television and audio media placing the performer at the heart of the creative process. So, if you’re a self-motivated and enthusiastic performer, this course could be the perfect path for you.
During your time on this course you’ll develop a broad understanding of the latest developments and discussions in the industry, and a wide range of performance skills. You’ll have the opportunity to write, create and perform productions that demonstrate just how varied and creative performing can be.
Why study this subject?
In this course you will learn that there are many ways to be a performer. You’ll be comfortable as a creative performer, as a film maker and as a motivated team player able to think about the world around them. You’ll become a thinking practitioner with a passion for all that the performing arts can be and a wide range of skills to achieve it.
Why study at Buckinghamshire New University?
The mix of screen and stage work is what makes this course stand out. We will give you hands-on experience with the latest technology allowing you to explore the full range of screen, audio and intermedial possibilities. Our team of experienced academic-practitioners has a wealth of industry and academic experience and will nurture your learning and professional development throughout your time with us. We place performance making at the centre of this course so you’ll get a much better understanding of the practices that surround film, stage and television performances.
We seek to bring your work into the wider world and to bring the world into the university. Students perform in external venues during their time at BNU, and have recently worked with a range of theatre companies and practitioners including Paper Birds on devising theatre, Out of Joint on contemporary texts, Mark McGann on acting for camera, and Station House Opera on intermedial theatre. Find out more about what life in the School of Dance and Performance is like.
What will I study?
Each year includes skills, production and theory modules, enabling you to gain knowledge and confidence with the practical and theoretical elements that underpin the subject area. Once you master the core elements of performing, you’ll begin to look at unusual and experimental approaches to performance. You’ll increasingly find your own voice as you have the opportunity to study subjects such as devising, writing and directing.
How will I be taught and assessed?
We’re passionate about giving our students as many opportunities as possible so you’ll be able to work on a number of exciting projects. We know the importance of catering for different learning styles and enabling our students to develop a wide range of academic and performance skills. Teaching methods may vary but will include workshops to develop practical and production skills, lectures, and performances (some of which are formally assessed) where you will perform to an audience or be mediated (i.e. for camera).
Throughout this degree you’ll create a series of shows, films, short scenes and devised performances. In your third year, you’ll set up your own theatre company and devise a production that you’ll manage from conception through to venue booking, marketing and performance.
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