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Detalles del curso
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Método / Lugar Presencial en Camden (London)
Descripción breve Objetivo del curso: The course is vocational, combining specialist, practice-based training, study and research in order to develop your acting and your career-sustainability as a twenty-first century actor. Dirigido a: For existing professionals and exceptional graduates who wish to develop as actors.
Requisitos Applicants will normally have either undertaken conservatoire training, have professional acting experience or have a degree in the broad field of per
Certificado / Título Certificado de asistencia otorgado por The Central School of Speech and Drama
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It will focus on your acting process in relation to the inherent challenges of live performance in today's diverse employment landscape. Located predominantly within the contemporary, you will study acting at master's level, informed both by current academic research and professional developments in the field and also by your own research into an area that relates closely to your own practice. In addition you will perform an Industry Showcase to agents, directors, casting directors, producers, etc.
You will work on full productions and an industry showcase explored during 3 ‘intensives' which will comprise 4-weeks of full rehearsal and/or additional studio based training (35+ hours per week). Between these intensive blocks, students will receive around 16 contact hours a week, but are expected to undertake a similar amount of independent study and training in order to meet the course outcomes.
It is a postgraduate conservatoire training that will include voice, acting, movement and the theory of performance. The programme offers artistic, intellectual and practical advantages that distinguish it from other postgraduate acting courses, in that it is located within a thriving postgraduate community of other long-established training courses (including the internationally distinguished MA Voice Studies). It is also situated within a vibrant acting portfolio comprising BA (Hons) Acting, MA Classical Acting, MA Acting for Screen, MA Music Theatre and MA Actor Training and Coaching.
The actor who has emotional, technical, intellectual, physical and vocal access is equipped for almost anything. The intellectual and practical research focus will shift each term, but will be underscored by a continuing portfolio of skills teaching, providing a ‘studio' structure in which you will explore the demands of different modes of performance. Production opportunities will provide the framework for the demonstration of your practical understanding of the course. Practical projects will be supported by voice and movement classes as well as relevant theoretical discussion and enquiry. You will address historical and critical contexts within each key performance mode studied.