Learn how to become an imaginative, well-rounded actor on this innovative course that combines creative practice, critical thinking, and social enterprise to help you develop a distinct artistic vision and skillset and prepare you for entry into the performing arts and related industries. Taught through practice, you will explore twenty-first century acting techniques and a wide range of creative and critical approaches that will prepare you to become a multiskilled, initiative-taking theatre-maker. This course integrates Technology with performance, equipping you with the skills and knowledge to join the industry in the twenty-first century. Flexibility is built into the course to enable you to personalise your artistic development and become the creative practitioner you wish to be! As part of the course, you will undertake the LLCM in Acting or Teaching. The course combines skills-based workshops and “real-world” projects putting you at the centre of your artistic development. You will investigate established and new texts as well as performance practices from around the world in an inclusive way. You will work with solo and ensemble performance. From scripted to devised work, holistically and intensively developing your skills as an actor and theatre maker. You will also learn to market yourself and future theatre companies. Dialogue between students, industry and academia is essential to the course, and we will facilitate the development of creative partnerships both within and outside of the University in order to create new knowledge, produce new work and generate career opportunities. Career progression routes upon successful course completion: Actor, Director, Playwright, Theatre-Maker, Dramaturg, Creative Producer, Arts Administrator, Teacher Further study that can be undertaken upon course completion: MA in Performance and Theatre Practice MA in Performing Arts and Music Education. This course includes a foundation year.
How to apply
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
GCSE (or recognised equivalent) English and Mathematics at Grade C or above.
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