A Level Drama and Theatre Studies

TEACHER  POSITION HELD 
Ms McIlwain Subject Leader
Mr Lucas Drama Teacher

Theatre Studies is a demanding A level, being both academic and practical. You should be someone who enjoys performing, as well as writing critical evaluations of play texts plus having the academic rigour of research into theatrical theory. The course will involve taking part in devised and scripted drama productions, as well as studying plays and playwrights. These  include monologues, duologues and small group work based on well known dramatists.

Year 12

 

Year 13

What can I do after I’ve completed the course?

This course can lead to further study in Drama, Theatre Studies and Performing Arts in Higher Education at Degree level, or may lead on to a career in the performing arts industries.  The course also complements a range of subjects such as English, History, Psychology and is useful in building confidence, improving presentation and public speaking skills in a range of high level careers such as Medicine and Law.

Is the course right for me?

All prospective students are invited and encouraged to attend our Open Evening where members of the  Drama department will be on hand to give you more information and answer any questions about the course.

 

Transition SOW Year 12 2016Year 12 Drama Handbook 2016-17