After course completion the students must have achieved the following:
During this course students will complete a theatre project. The course will continue to develop the students’ skills in creative process, style and expression, strategies and theatre production. This comprises theoretical investigation and practical experimentation with skills and methods that must be utilised across the various production disciplines, over the course of a theatre project.
The course is rooted in practice work and in based upon the students’ own ability, knowledge, interests, and view of theatre and relation to the contemporary society.
There course provides opportunity to work with theatre, scenography, light and sound design, dramaturgy and direction through investigative and artistic reflection.
In parallel with the practical work, the course offers the opportunity to deepen understanding of artistic development and theories of the artistic process and relate these to current theatre productions. Practice and theory are the foundation for continuous reflection on artistic choices and the impact these choices have on the audience.
Course work will be predominantly group-based with individual Supervision & mentoring. Theatre is a collaborative artform, this means that each student must actively contribute to ensure group processes and projects are successful.
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 study point.
Evaluation method: Graded by letters
Faculty of Fine Arts