Bachelor of Arts

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Burwood (Melbourne)


The drama program develops your skills in contemporary drama practices and perspectives. It comprises a dynamic combination of acting theory and practice, performance styles and processes, theatre history, text studies, community theatre and technical studies. Final-year students are able to participate in performing arts (drama) internships.

Career outcome

You may find employment in community theatre, drama associations, drama education, film and television production, independent theatre companies and performing arts centres


Complete the following 8 credit points:

ACP109Improvisation: Principles in Action

ACP103Foundations of Acting and Performance

ACP207Practical Approaches to Dramatic Text

ACP281Page to Stage: Major Performance Project

ACP206Adaptation and Solo Performance

ACP205Performance, Image, Site

ACP378Out of the Ether: Devised Theatre (2 credit points)


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