Master of Theatre
Dreaming for the big stage? This Masters will develop your skills and knowledge!

Master of Theatre

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Content of the programme

The Master of Theatre contains acting, the interpretation of literature, theatric history and the academic study of theatre. Thus, you combine your personal skills and talent with academia. Theoretical subjects may be Drama, play analysis, music therapy, performing arts and literature.

You will learn in detail about famous theatre writers and the different epochs which influence the plays. Pieces of Shakespeare will also be a part of your studies in subjects like modern theatres. However, you will compare modern and classic pieces and try to interpret them in your own way.

Many universities and colleges have also an emphasis on teaching you how to write a play and stage it professionally during your Masters study.

Entry requirements to your Master of Theatre

The two-year Theatre Masters programme requires for you to hold a Bachelors degree in acting, performing arts, theatre or literature studies. Most universities apply comprehensive application procedures that include interviews, auditions or entry examinations. Contact your university directly as the application deadlines end early in the year, too.

Study a Master of Theatre at one of these artistic colleges:

    study programmes     universities
  Theatre and Performance   comprehensive profile   Northumbria University
  Film, Theatre and Television (Res)     University of Reading
  Creative Practice     Liverpool Hope University
  Theatre and Performance (Research)     University of Bristol
  Theatre Arts     Middlesex University London
  Applied Theatre     York St John University
  Stage Management     Queen Margaret University
  Drama and Theatre Studies - Dramaturgy, Playwriting or Performance     University of Birmingham
  Theatre Directing (MFA)     University of Essex
  Playwriting     University of Essex
  Theatre Practice     Staffordshire University
  Theatre Directing (MA)     University of Essex
  Shakespeare Studies     King's College London
  Theatre and Performance Research     University of Warwick
  Applied Theatre and Intervention     University of Leeds
  Performance Works     Leeds Beckett University
  Drama     University of South Wales
  Drama     University of Chester
  Dramatherapy     University of Worcester
  European Theatre     University of Kent
  Drama by Practice as Research     University of Kent
  Drama and Theatre Studies     University of Birmingham
  Theatre, Film and Television Studies     Aberystwyth University
  London’s Theatre and Performance: Viewing, Making, Writing     University of Roehampton
  Dramatherapy     University of Derby
  Performance Practice     Plymouth University
  Theatre Practice     University of Exeter
  Theatre, Film & Television     University of York
  Drama by Research     University of Kent
  Theatre and Performance     Queen Mary University of London
  Musical Theatre     Goldsmiths, University of London
  Dramaturgy and Writing for Performance     Goldsmiths, University of London
  Music Theatre     University of Sussex
  Dramatherapy (MPhil)     Anglia Ruskin University
  Theatre for Young Audiences     Bath Spa University
  Theatre: Writing, Directing and Performance     University of York
  Dramatherapy     Anglia Ruskin University
  Theatre Making     University of Kent
  Drama, Theatre and Performance     University of Sussex
  Drama and Theatre Practice     University of Hull
  ...     ...


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