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Theatre and Performance Studies
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Description

Theatre and Performance Studies provides the opportunity to engage both critically and creatively with a broad spectrum of human performance – from the most mundane daily rituals to celebrated, high art theatre, from stand-up comedy to hi-tech multimedia performance. With a focus on contemporary forms of theatre and dance in Europe and Australasia, the curriculum offers a rich mixture of theoretical and practical courses that develop the capacity to analyse performance events, texts and contexts as well as fundamental skills in performance writing and making.

Studying Theatre and Performance Studies at UNSW

The study of Theatre and Performance Studies at UNSW is conducted through the School of English, Media and Performing Arts. English can be studied as a major sequence within the Bachelor of Arts and combined degree programs. An Honours program is available, as is postgraduate study.



Theatre and Performance Studies can be studied as 

Specialisation At the Level of Plan
Theatre & Performance Studies Minor THSTA23428
   

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