|| DRM0830 |
|| PRACTICAL THEATRE |
|| 2007/2008 |
|| Professor Richard Gough |
|| Semester 2 |
|Assessment Type||Assessment Length/Details||Proportion|
|Semester Assessment|| Written work: one 2000-word reflective and analytical report on each workshop.
Submission: one week after the end of the module||30%|
|Semester Assessment|| Practical work: The Practical Module will consist of between 180 and 200 contact hours of practical work and full attendance and contribution is expected in order to reach the learning outcomes of this module.
Assessment is made by a process of continual appraisement throughout each individual workshop and across the entire module.
|Supplementary Assessment|| Full resit of all components || |
On completion of this module, students should be able to cogently integrate the knowledge acquired during the theoretical part of their MA course with relevant and related practical work.
The aim of this module is:
By closely developing the previous modules and integrating theory and practice, this series of practical explorations will consider performance as a means of transferring academic investigation into an experimental mode of research.
It will allow students to tests the disciplines and concepts of world theatre encountered during the course.
Students will be required to participate in a series of practical workshops and master classes (CPR Summer Academy) and investigate the theoretical concepts explored in the previous modules. These practical explorations will be directed and supervised by a performance practitioner and/or performance researcher of international repute. This module will allow students to test the disciplines and concepts of world theatre encountered during the course.
** Essential Reading
Dependent upon the course contents
This module is at CQFW Level 7