MA in Acting
ArtsEd's one year intensive MA Acting degree is validated by City, University of London.
At a Glance
I want to say a HUGE thank you! All your teaching and words of wisdom have meant I am prepared for the industry and feel on a par with those who have been working for years. I feel confident and entitled to be here and am just enjoying every minute.
I want to say a HUGE thank you! All your teaching and words of wisdom have meant I am prepared for the industry and feel on a par with those who have been working for years. I feel confident and entitled to be here and am just enjoying every minute.MA Alumna
- You will discover how to unlock your potential as a skilled, creative and empowered actor, ready and prepared for the contemporary profession
- You will work with selected methodologies, including Stanislavski, Meisner, Meyerhold’s Biomechanics and Viewpoints, to optimise your ability to approach text, character and performance
- You will work with a variety of texts, from classical to contemporary, including a focus on Shakespeare, as well as working with new writing, to engage you in a range of styles that you will encounter in the profession
- You will devise your own work, to prepare you for an industry increasingly reliant on proactive companies creating their own theatre for the festival market and beyond
- You will have a thorough training in the technique of acting for TV & Film, enabling you to successfully apply your practice between stage & screen
- You will be trained by experienced professional creatives currently working within the industry.
|Introductory Course Information
|UCAS Code||ArtsEd does not subscribe to UCAS. All applications can be made through our website or by clicking here.|
The Arts Educational Schools London
020 8987 6655
|Accreditation||ArtsEd is a member of the Federation of Drama Schools, set up in June 2017 to provide information for prospective students about conservatoire drama training.|
|Duration||1 Year (full-time)|
|Academic Year||14 September 2018 to 12 July 2019|
Full-time, Monday to Friday. A minimum of 37 contact hours a week, over 33 teaching weeks a year.
On a normal day you will be expected to sign in by 8.30am at the latest, and classes will run until 5.30pm.
Timetables are normally available one month before registration.