The course is particularly appropriate if you are interested in a career in arts administration, or in running your own company in the creative industries. In Drama, you will explore play texts, theoretical writings, performance traditions and techniques, and examine the theatre's role and function in society throughout history.
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European, American and non-Western theatre traditions are studied as well as British theatre. Modules in film production, and playwriting are also available. Practical work takes place primarily in the Department's theatre and studios and all practical modules include exploration of technical theatre, lighting, sound, set and costume. Your studies will take place in a variety of learning environments, including seminars, workshops, lectures, group work with peers, and one-to-one tutorials. The teaching centres on a commitment to small-group teaching and all of themodules offer this as a component. Outside of scheduled teaching times the academic staff are available for face-to-face meetings, essay feedback and support sessions, and for meetings with Academic Advisees. Students benefit from the Virtual Learning Environment (employing additional learning opportunities through online quizzes, discussion boards and blogs) and library facilities, as well as other research and study environments. I want to find another Bachelor Course Practical work takes place primarily in the Department's theatre and studios and the main teaching modes comprise seminar discussion and practical workshop sessions. The Sir Robert Martin Theatre seats an audience of up to 300 and has a proscenium arch, which is easily adapted to accommodate other forms of production. The Leonard Dixon Studio and the Stanley Evernden Studio are flexible spaces seating up to 86 and 45 respectively.
Programme Structure Courses include Performance Practices Analysis to Performance How to read a Play The Theatre and its Histories Introduction to Management Introduction to Law Management of Human Resources Organisational Behaviour Production 1 Performance Philosophy The Marketing Mix Accounting for Business Principles of Marketing Puppetry Voice and Text Modern Contemporary British Theatre Playwriting and Dramaturgy World Theatre Costume Design Popular Theatres Accounting for Managers Company Finance The Contemporary Business Environment Textile Futures Fashion Theory Art, Activism and Society Urban Visual Culture Wearable Words Entrepreneurship and Innovation Entrepreneurship and Small Business Fundamentals of Strategic Management Leadership and Interpersonal Skills Analysing Work Experience Applied Drama Toolkit Dance Theatre Theatre of the Fantastic Research Project Theatre Practice Gender and the Stage
English Entry Requirement
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