This course is rooted in practice, designed with international graduates in mind. Studying here will help you to develop a conceptual understanding of the practice of the British tradition, providing you with a progression route to an acting career or to further study at MPhil or PhD level.
It is delivered through various modes of study, such as research through practice, practice-based learning, workshops, performances, lectures and seminars as well as private study. This provides you with the experience of working in a range of styles and genres.
You will study modules taking you through the British tradition of theatre from the Middle Ages to the modern day exploring a range of acting techniques.
• Acting, Movement, and Voice Skills • Shakespeare/Jacobean • Contextual Studies • Well-made play • Contemporary Playwrights • Professional development
There will also be a final research project which may be either practice or dissertation based. This professionally oriented course has a high number of contact hours and requires students to be highly motivated and committed.
Graduates of the course will return to careers in the performance industry or in education with additional skills and a clearer understanding of British actor training and style, which will increase employment opportunities and give graduates a competitive edge in a highly competitive field.