This subject engages students in the practical and theoretical aspects of staging live and mediated and performances. Skills in collaboration and communication are developed and applied to the creation and production of performances using storytelling, rehearsal and ensemble training techniques. Students develop an understanding of technical production roles, production planning and delivery and apply their knowledge in real and simulated environments. Writing is used as a tool for students to develop skills in reflection.
School of Communication and Creative Industries
Bachelor of Arts (Communication - Theatre/Media)
Bachelor of Communication (Theatre/Media)
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