This course will enable you to enhance your expertise in physical theatre through working with professional performers (this year from the Jasmin Vardimon Company) within the university context.
Throughout the course, you will have the opportunity to participate in independent and group-based practical projects, and to experientially and critically explore the methodological, historical and theoretical parameters of physical theatre. You will have the opportunity to produce solo and small group performances with an emphasis on integrating dance and theatre practice.
This is a stand alone continuing professional development course. On successful completion, suitably qualified students may apply to undertake two further modules from the MA Contemporary Performance Practices to complete a Master’s degree.
Key facts about the course
||1 year part-time (8 weekends and a full-time week in June)
|Department and Faculty
||Drama and Theatre, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
||Jasmin Vardimon Company
Dr Libby Worth
+44 (0)1784 414337
|Contact for more information
Fees / funding
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How to apply
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