2 x 2-hour workshops weekly
4 x 3-hour practicals weekly
^ = may be enrolled concurrently
^ DRAP7010A - Performance Techniques 4 (Part 1)
Topic description
This topic develops range and skills as performers with a focus on preparing material for auditioning in the industry, for presenting self in a range of ways and forms to the industry.

Note: Contact hours will vary depending on rehearsal and performance schedules. Please contact topic coordinator for timetable details.
Educational aims
This topic aims to:

  • refine the skills necessary for the students' eventual employment as actors and directors in the theatre, television, and film industries

  • encourage all students to work as both interpretive and conceptual artists

  • provide the survival skills necessary for work in a highly competitive industry

  • further develop the conceptual understanding required by directors and actors working within live performance, television, and film
Expected learning outcomes
Upon completing this topic student will have:

  • developed the conceptual and interpretive skills necessary for producing and promoting original work

  • applied their performance skills to variety of employment contexts

  • understood employment structures in the television, film, and theatre industries

  • understood funding processes and grant bodies relevant to the performing arts