Acting & World Theatre - BA (Hons)
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This degree offers training in acting techniques from a range of world theatre cultures. The programme combines an active mix of theory and practice. Through a comparative study of world theatres, you will explore your creative potential in acting, voice, movement and theatre-making. A term spent studying abroad will enable you to savour theatre and performance cultures outside the UK. Register for an Open Day Why should I choose this programme? You will: Develop as an articulate theatre-maker, able to take a production from initial concept through to realisation Explore diverse approaches to acting, voice and movement Learn about the roles of actor, designer, director and producer Take part in a wide variety of public productions and workshops Key skills, aims and objectives A portfolio of acting and theatre-making skills, drawn from world theatres The ability to create, produce, perform and market your own work Enhanced cultural awareness and a global perspective, vital to today’s fast-changing workplace Skills in technical theatre, video filming, editing and digital sound recording Team-working, project management and creative problem-solving skills Future opportunities The programme will equip you with the skills you need for a career as a performer. You will also gain the knowledge and expertise to undertake a wide range of other roles in theatre and the creative industries, including production, direction, film-making, casting and arts marketing.
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Study methods Our tutors are experienced professionals from the London theatre community and abroad. We work closely with you to foster your individual potential and inspire a passion for world theatre. There is a high level of practical and experience-based learning, both on and off campus. Training as a performer is demanding, and the course requires integrity, discipline and teamwork. You will find it both challenging and richly rewarding to see your skills and potential develop.
Talks and masterclasses enable you to learn from established theatre-makers. Each term, you will go on field trips and theatre visits and experience the vast range of London’s theatre scene. Students with disabilities Due to the practical nature of some modules, it is possible that a student with a physical difficulty may find these particularly challenging. If you think you may be...
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A blend of theory and practice
Both theory and practice are vital tools for the actor. To create a role, you will engage in reading and research about the societies and cultures which have shaped world theatre. You will also explore theory through exercises and workshops in the studio. Each year, students engage in the research and creation of a performance project, working closely with theatre professionals.
As you progress through the programme, you and your classmates will create more complex and sophisticated performance work. You will learn about the roles of the director, designer and creative team, and will explore the stages of production planning and rehearsal strategies.
In the final year, you will have a substantial part in a public production, directed by a theatre professional and shown at Regent's state-of-the-art theatre in Marylebone.
Make the world your stage
You will learn about theatre and performance across the world, in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas. A special feature of the programme is an annual Artist Residency, where a professional practitioner works with students to create a short project. Your voice, movement, and acting classes draw upon the richness of world theatre.
As you develop your craft as an actor and a theatre-maker, you will gain a wide portfolio of skills in Western and non-Western performance techniques, voice and movement, acting for the camera and the uses of scenography and theatre technology as performing partners for the actor.
In addition to your London training, you will experience theatre and performance culture beyond the UK through an exciting term spent studying abroad. This term takes place in Year 2 and replaces term 4 of your Regent's degree. For more information see the study abroad section.
- Core Learning and Research Skills
- Creating a Character
- Ensemble Techniques
- Global Perspectives
- Media Technology for the Screen
- Actor as Instrument
- World Stages: Roots of Performance
- Acting for Camera
- Actor, Image and Stage
- Study Abroad Essay and Portfolio
- World Stages: Mapping Performance
- Creating a Performance
- Professional Seminar
- Shakespeare in Performance
- World Stages: Global and Local Performance
- Major Performance Project
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With COVID-19 likely to generate worldwide quarantine restrictions and travel disruption for some time, and noting our duty to prevent our students from being impacted by a potential second wave, we've made the decision to deliver the Autumn 2020 Term online and prepare to return to campus in January 2021.