Course Focus and Outcomes
The QACI theatre program enables learners to experience and participate in a wide and varied range of theatre activities and develop proficiency in theatre techniques. this includes becoming familiar with forms or theatre from their own and different cultures while exploring different theatre traditions in their historical contexts.
- Develop academic skills appropriate for the study and understanding of theatre.
- Develop the confidence to explore, to experiment, and to work individually and collaboratively on innovative projects.
- Understand the dynamic, holistic, and evolving nature of theatre.
- Demonstrate a theoretical and practical knowledge of theatrical traditions.
- Demonstrate an understanding of production elements and theatre practices.
- Evaluate critically a range of diverse performances.
- Engage practically in creating and presenting performances.
- Reflect on their own development in theatre through continual self-evaluation and recording.
- Demonstrate and ability to interpret play texts and other types of performance texts.
- Demonstrate initiative and perseverance in both individual and group projects.
Research investigation – 2,000-2,500 words with supporting visuals.
Practical performance proposal – 250 word written presentation with visual materials and a 1,000-1,250 word rationale.
Theatre performance and production presentation – 30 minute oral presentation with 7-10 images.
Independent project portfolio – 3,000 words from core syllabus and option A or B.