The discipline draws together the elements of contemporary theatre practice – writing, theatre making, devised work, actor skills, direction and stagecraft.
Our students work creatively and collaboratively to explore the traditions of theatre. They investigate their craft intellectually while contributing to the creation of new work.
At undergraduate level the program is designed to train theatre performers and makers, with particular focus on voice, movement, performance and stagecraft.
Graduate students focus on performance writing, theatre direction and theatre making. Graduate research contributes to the theory and practice of theatre in Australia.
Download the 2016 Graduate Theatre showcase booklet to see examples of our students' work.
Studio practice underpins the discipline’s training, with emphasis on collaboration and public performance.
- Bachelor of Fine Arts (Theatre Practice)
- Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) (Theatre Practice)
- Graduate Certificate in Voice Studies
- Graduate Diploma in Voice Studies
- Master of Directing for Performance
- Master of Dramaturgy
- Master of Fine Arts (Theatre Practice)
- Master of Writing for Performance
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)