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Classical and Contemporary Text (Acting) (MFA subject to approval)

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

Venues

Renfrew Street Campus

Content

The Classical and Contemporary Text programme from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland is an intensive year-long course. It is for actors and directors with some experience who want to take their skills to the next level and who want to become more reflective, aspirational practitioners.

As part of your studies, you will complete a one-month residency at Shakespeare’s Globe in London, developing your knowledge and skills of working with classical text.

You will spend time working on new plays with some of Scotland’s most talented writers in our collaboration with Playwrights’ Studio, Scotland. These new plays are performed in Glasgow to a public and professional audience.

You’ll end your studies with industry showcases in Glasgow and London. Through this programme, you will benefit from professional connections allowing you to develop invaluable industry contacts. When you graduate, you will have gained practical, high-level experience of working in the profession, as well as all-important contacts and the skills to underpin your future career, including business, entrepreneurship and industry etiquette.

MFA students will study an additional four-month module in which they will create a substantial peice of work with mentoring and support. This project should serve as a ‘creative calling card’, providing another vehicle into the industry for those students who see themselves as theatre makers in addition to actors.

Entry Requirements

Normally a good undergraduate degree, or its overseas equivalent, in a subject area relevant to the demands of the programme. Entry is subject to audition.

Start Date

September

Qualification

Postgraduate Master's

Award

MA/MFA

Study Method

Full time

UCAS Code

Apply via UCAS Conservatoires (700F - MA, 710F - MFA)

Course Length

12-16 months

Department

Drama

SCQF Level

11

Website

www.rcs.ac.uk

Career Area

Performing Arts