Independent Practical Theatre Project
Literature, Film, and Theatre Studies
Undergraduate: Level 6
Thursday 03 October 2019
Friday 26 June 2020
06 August 2019
Requisites for this module
This option allows you to devise and create your own practical theatre project, whether solo (on your own) or in a group (two or more people working together). You will be supervised by a member of staff.
You will also write an individual 4,000 word essay in support of your practical piece. Group projects will have a time-tabled slot for their IPTP so that the entire group has a timetabled meeting once a week, but you will also need to work and rehearse outside of this allotted time-tabled session.
As a solo performer, actor or deviser, you will create a one-person piece of performance (no more than 30 minutes in length). You will also write an essay of 4,000 words.
If you are working in a group of 2 or more, your will make a practical piece of theatre; this could be a devised piece, a co-authored piece, the production of a classic play, or of a new piece of writing (no more than 60 minutes in length). Members of the group may take on the following roles: directing, acting, costumes, set and sound design, producing, dramaturgy.
Performances will be held in the Spring term in the Lakeside Theatre (mainstage or Studio) or may, under special circumstances, be staged elsewhere, depending on the needs of the piece.
The aims of the module are:
1. to enable students to design their own programme of study, exploring a topic of particular interest to them
2. to empower students to design, execute and deliver an independent practical theatre project
3. to encourage the development of transferable research, planning and organisational skills
4. to prepare students for postgraduate study
5. to develop students' self-motivation, team building, self-discipline and independence in their studies
Upon successful completion of the module, students should:
1. be able to show an appreciation of theatre practice from a range of perspectives
2. have a clearer understanding of theatre production processes
3. have developed key skills in respect of directing, acting, costumes, set and sound design, producing and/or dramaturgy
4. have developed a critical awareness of a range of research methodologies
5. be able to work together as a team and to deadlines with a clear output
No additional information available.
Timetabled meetings as appropriate and regular meetings with supervisor
This module does not appear to have a published bibliography.
Assessment items, weightings and deadlines
|Coursework / exam
||Risk assessment forms and cue sheets submission
||GROUP PROJECT or SOLO PROJECT
||100 word proposal + rehearsal schedule
Module supervisor and teaching staff
Dr Mary Mazzilli, Dr Liam Jarvis (Spring only)
LiFTS General Office - email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Telephone 01206 872626
Dr Anthony Fisher
Reader in Theatre and Philosophy
Available via Moodle
Of 241 hours, 54 (22.4%) hours available to students:
187 hours not recorded due to service coverage or fault;
0 hours not recorded due to opt-out by lecturer(s).
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