This degree will help you become a resourceful and well-informed performer, theatre-maker, administrator or teacher in the musical theatre industry.
- You won't just learn about how to be a performer. Instead, you'll have the chance to pick up a whole range of skills including devising and writing plays, directing, and creating your own musical revues or cabarets.
- Our position in London means access to the enormous range of musicals produced at venues from the English National Opera to the tiny King’s Head Theatre.
- You'll be regularly taught by both visiting theatre professionals and core teaching staff, who are either artists or scholars of distinction in the field.
Level 4 In the first year you study the following core modules:
Musical Theatre Dramaturgy A
Musical Theatre Dramaturgy B
Introduction to Music Singing and Music Theory
Introduction to Movement and Dance
Performance Praxis 1 A: Action
Performance Praxis 1 B: Acting: Voice and Text
Musical Theatre-making 1
Level 5 In the second year you study the following core modules:
Elements of Theatre History: The Modern American Musical
Elements of Theatre History Post-war British Musical Theatre
Performance Praxis 2: A
Performance Praxis 2: B
Musical Theatre-making 2
Level 3 In the final year you study the following core modules:
Culture and Performance A
Culture and Performance B
Performance Praxis 3
Musical Theatre-making 3 project
Please note that due to staff research commitments not all of these modules may be available every year.
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees||Fee type|
|Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)||Other Fees|
- IELTS (Academic)6.0With a 6.0 in writing