Performance Making major provides an immersive, three-year journey combining performance skills (voice, movement, acting) with creative skills (devising, directing and writing) and work on productions (self-devised, site-specific, and text-based). Theory and context units support the practical training. This major suits both school-leavers and mature applicants.
The major attracts those interested in more than one area of performance who might be writer-performers or director-performers. There is a particular focus on the twentieth century developments in practice, philosophy and theory of performance, and how those developments inform the current landscape of experimental performance.
The course features opportunities such as:
These course pages detail entry requirements, fee and interview information. You can also apply from these pages.
Please note, to be eligible for this major, you must audition and sit a short interview to discuss your suitability. To gain a place you will need to satisfy the entry requirements of Edith Cowan University