Bachelor of Arts
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The Drama program helps you build physical, creative and intellectual capacities through practice-based learning and collaborative performance creation. You will develop your creative voice and the technical skills required to create new stories, to relate to others, to problem solve, and communicate ideas confidently through speech and other physical and visual modes of expression. In the studio setting, you will explore a combination of acting, improvisation and devising theory and practice along with different performance styles and processes, theatre history, text studies and digital theatre crafts. You will have the opportunity to work on individual and group creative projects where you will gain a comprehensive knowledge of ensemble creation and production management.
You may find employment in independent theatre companies, community theatre, drama associations, drama education, film and television production, performing arts centres and for further postgraduate study.
- To complete a Minor sequence in Drama select any four (4) units or four (4) credit points from below, including a minimum of one (1) credit point at level one, and no more than one (1) credit point at level 3
|ACP109||Improvisation in Drama and Performance |
|ACP207||Dramatic Plot, Story, Character and Theme for Performance |
|ACP208||Theatre and Creative Technologies |
|ACA210||Creative Studio 2A (2 credit points)|
|ACA309||Creative Careers and Contexts |
|ACA397||Exhibition and Performance |