master the basic skills in a selection of acting methods and techniques.
have become acquainted with different methods of contemporary theatre creation.
be able to choose methods techniques and modes of expression in their own theatre practice.
master the use of theatre terminology and be able reflect upon intent, choice of process and aesthetic methods.
have learnt to give constructive feedback on the creative process.
be able to complete a theatre project, as well as participate and understand the processes of theatre.
In this course, we focus on the creative elements of theatre practice. Through practical work and rehearsals, students will become familiar with processes, methods, and techniques of a selection of theatre styles, and become aware of how theatre work opens the expression of ideas, attitudes, and emotions. Students will experiences viewing their own creative work in relation to different artistic views and views of the world. The work is intended to inspire the students to start their own and collaborative artistic projects and processes.
The teaching of the course is based on an interplay between analysis, practical work, and theoretical reflection. During the production period, mandatory work presentations / seminars will ensure progress and reflection on the practical work.
Some classes in select subject matters are mandatory. These will be highlighted on Canvas at the start of the semester. Expected workload is 27 hours per credit.
Approved attendance for mandatory sessions
Approved mandatory assignments
Overview of mandatory assignments will be published on Canvas at the start of the semester
Assessment methods and criteria
A practical group-exam: The work expands over three days and ends with a performance and subsequent group discussion. Individual assessment.
Oral presentation to fellow students and examiner, based on completed creative arts practice project.
Evaluation method: Graded by letters.
The study program manager, in consultation with the student representative, decides the method of evaluation and whether the courses will have a midterm- or end of term evaluation, see also the Quality System, section 4.1.