On the programme students work as an ensemble; expanding their practical and theoretical skills not only as a group, but also as an individual. Students have the opportunity to create theatrical experiences and performances in this very practical programme. Influenced by what students wish to create in their ensemble company, they are able to stage productions on the College campus, in London or on tour. Students have opportunities to study abroad to develop a broader understanding of ensemble theatre in an international context; high level academic study and research underpin students' practical activity, and they areexpected to reflect critically and analytically on both their personal practice and on the ensemble.
Modules include: context and models of ensemble theatre; contemporary ensemble practice; specialist practice 1; specialist practice 2; research and final project.
Course Additional Entry
A recognised good Honours degree or equivalent; or non'graduates with extensive professional experience; interview or audition required.
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