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Theatre, Acting and Performance

UCAS Code: W4R4

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

Entry requirements


•Minimum of two GCE A-Levels to include a drama-based subject

Access to HE Diploma at grade mark Pass at Level 3

UCAS Tariff

64

About this course


Course option

3years

Full-time | 2018

**About this Course:**This course offers a broad practical curriculum underpinned by academic study, with the opportunity for you to influence the way you work. The main pathway is acting however, we do offer alternative modules for the musical theatre pathway.You will gain an insight into the creation of new work, acting and performance in a range of styles from classical to contemporary using first class facilities and equipment. You will discover the theoretical and historical backdrop to theatre, acting and performance and will obtain the industry-desired skills and contacts. You will work with professionals and highly-skilled staff, go on trips and take part in invaluable workshops, including Open Minds Theatre, RADA workshop, Boal Workshops, Crucible theatre visits and a short film school residential with media. The in-house and touring performance projects have an excellent reputation and offer numerous opportunities for the application of theatre. **Modules Include:** **Year 1** - Approaches to Acting 1 - Acting with a Mask - Devising Innovative Performance - Theatre in Education - Prep - Process and Production - Historical Context of PerformanceMusical Theatre pathway will do Singing, Movement and Dance.**Year 2**- Approaches to Acting 2 - Site Specific Performance - Performing Shakespeare - Performance Study and Demonstration - TV and Screen ActingMusical Theatre will do Dance, Acting for Musical theatre and Musical theatre performance.**Year 3** - Final Integrated Performance - Creative Research Dissertation (written and practical or just written) - Personal and Professional DevelopmentMusical Theatre pathway will continue Dance and Musical Theatre Performance.**Progression:**- Progression into acting, directing and arts related pathways, including stage management, script writing or working freelance in community or youth workshops.- Further study on a PGCE or continue your studies to achieve a Masters degree. **Entry Requirements:**- 64 UCAS Points or the equivalent in A-Levels - A relevant Level 3 qualification - GCSE Maths and English at grade C/4 or above or equivalent- Students that haven't studied a drama-based subject will be accepted, if passion and ability are evident. If you do not meet these requirements please contact us as we are able to consider applicants with other qualifications, relevant experience or personal circumstances on an individual basis.

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£6,900
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Northern Ireland
£6,900
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Scotland
£6,900
per year
Wales
£6,900
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Rotherham College - Town Centre Campus

Department:

Visual & Performing Arts

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