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  • Objectives
    * A nationally recognised Centre of Excellence in Teaching and Learning in Performance Arts * Joint Honours Drama Studies offers an engagement with drama both of the past and the present. Focusing on text-based and devised theatre, it combines both critical and creative approaches, balancing classroom-based learning with practice-based learning. * The superb studio spaces in DMU’s Campus Centre and in the newly-opened Centre of Excellence building mean that practical work takes place in a well-equipped and up-to-date environment * Students will have the opportunity to work with professional practitioners on a variety of projects, and to attend theatre and field trips. Visiting practitioners have included; Shared Experience, Chris Harris, Bobby Baker, Simon Vincenzi and Franko Bianchini. Drama field trips have included; Dublin, Paris and for 2008 New York and Amsterdam. * The programme is taught by staff who have internationally-recognised expertise in Drama.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements * A Levels/ASs/AVCEs/Key Skills (Level Three) usually 220 - 240 points (applicants must have at least two full A Levels) * AGNVQ/BTEC � Merit/Distinction. * Access Pass.
  • Academic Title
    BA Drama Studies
  • Course description
    BA Drama Studies

    Programme

    Joint honours Drama Studies is offered with Arts Management, Creative Writing, Dance, Education, English or Media.

    The programme approaches the study of drama both theoretically and practically, and ensures a steady development of academic and performance-based skills. Subjects suc as performance practice, devising, drama theory, writing for performance, staging Shakespeare and popular theatre are offered.

    Year One introduces some of the key areas of Drama Studies, acting, scripting and directing, and the study of drama in its historical and cultural contexts. More specialised options are available year two, including modules on devising, the carnivalesque and contemporary theatre. Modules at year three encourage the development of individual interests through performance and research projects and negotiated study options. There are also opportunities to study live art, key practitioners and dramatists, and writing for performance, and to work with professional practitioners.

    Links with local and national theatre companies present possibilities to develop performance work beyond the curriculum.

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