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MA/MFA Movement: Directing and Teaching

Royal Central School of Speech & Drama Graduate School

Full time & Part time October MA, Other MA: 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time; MFA: 2 years full-time

About the course

Central has a long-standing and well recognised reputation for the dissemination of actor movement disciplines within the British theatre scene; these pioneering courses are the first of their kind in Europe.

The MA/MFA Movement: Directing and Teaching programme at Central:

  • Is a specialist, vocational course for performance and movement practitioners
  • Develops your expertise in movement teaching and movement directing of the actor
  • Is taught by current professionals in their field of movement pedagogy, movement direction and movement research

Movement training at Central

Tradition, experience, eclecticism and innovation epitomise Central’s understanding of movement training for the theatre and these unique courses have been created in that spirit. You will belong to the fine history of movement

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Entry Requirements

You will normally have a degree or equivalent in a subject that includes an element of movement or dance. Graduates of other disciplines will be considered if they can provide evidence of previous training and experience in movement or dance. If you have a strong movement background and professional experience of working with movement for at least two years, you will be considered for non-standard entry.

An offer will normally only be made after interview.

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Student Profile(s)

Brad Cook, Graduated 2009, Movement Director, Coach and Instructor. Cook has taught at The Birmingham Conservatory and the Randolph College for Performing Arts.

As an international student, I knew that the MA Movement course would not only introduce me to the global history of movement work, but would also serve as a laboratory; a place where I could investigate and discover my individual approach as a movement practitioner, guided by instructors who work professionally in the industry.

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