Clearing 2021
MA Public Opinion and Political Behaviour
BA Film and Drama options

Year 1, Component 05

TH142-4-AU or TH145-4-AU
TH142-4-AU
Theatre Making: Autobiography
(15 CREDITS)

This module looks at how theatrical ideas developed and made into reality. The module guides you carefully through the technical expertise required, and allows you to explore lighting, sound and stage management in professionally-led workshops. Through a series of workshops, seminars and field trips, including theatre and gallery visits, students will be introduced to the variety of stimuli and strategies that theatre makers use to create a production. The content of this half-module is closely linked to the programme of the Lakeside Theatre, students will see professional performances, be introduced to visiting professional theatre makers and will experiment with a range of practical processes that they use. Students will be introduced to a variety of rehearsal processes and techniques commonly used by contemporary theatre and performance makers.

TH145-4-AU
Theatre Production and Technology
(15 CREDITS)

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