This 3-year degree course will provide you with a solid grounding in the practical application of both theatre and film production skills, a mix of which are currently unavailable to prospective students on the island of Ireland at this level, along with key acting skills and a theoretical foundation.
This course will provide you with a solid grounding in the practical application of both theatre and film production skills, a mix of which are currently unavailable to prospective students on the island of Ireland at this level, along with key acting skills and a theoretical foundation.
It will diversify the skills of potential performing arts students by allowing them to develop skills not only in voice, acting and movement, but also in film studies and film production & post-production.
Uniquely, this course will also allow students the opportunity to gain core skills in technical theatre practice, including set design and construction, sound and lighting design, costume design and stage management. They will also practice promotion, administration and management skills in their third year projects.
The BA in Theatre & Film Practice aims to produce theatre and film professionals with the necessary knowledge, skills and competencies to work as performers or producers within the diverse areas of cultural production both in live, recorded and digital theatrical and film/media formats in Ireland and abroad.
Our graduates will be equipped with the core competencies to engage in any of the following careers, amongst others:
Entry level in film and theatre as technicians
Self-starting entrepreneurial performance or creative artist
Independent actor or creative artist who can work across multiple platforms – film/TV/On-line/ installation/Site-specific
Playwriting - Radio or voice-over performance
Arts Administration - Facilitator - Speech and drama teaching - Community artist - Events/festival management