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Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts: Creative Producing

Institution Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts
Department Theatre Arts
Web http://www.mountview.org.uk
Email enquiries@mountview.org.uk
Telephone 020 8881 2201
Study type Taught

Summary

Mountview’s MA in Creative Producing explores and provides experience and the skills needed to be a successful theatre producer.

Running since 2015, 100% of graduates have already gone on to work professionally in the UK and internationally, both on their own projects and with companies including Headlong, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Live Theatre in Newcastle, Park Theatre and Jermyn Street Theatre

The course is delivered through five modules, designed to develop a systematic understanding of knowledge and a critical awareness of current practice through engagement with industry leading practitioners and academics. Students tackle complex issues both systematically and creatively, and they will show originality in solving problems. Mountview’s MA in Creative Producing students graduate with a comprehensive knowledge and skillset together with an independent learning ability equipping them for their vocational career and continuing professional development.

All modules are compulsory. There is assessment throughout based on reports and presentations. Teaching takes place on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday over 38 weeks. In addition, you will be expected to allocate two days per week to undertake your placements, production training and self-study.

The course includes a programme of seminars featuring more than 40 leading executive producers and theatremakers, including Gareth Johnson (Gareth Johnson Ltd), Hedda Beeby (Fiery Angel), Glynis Hall (Glynis Henderson Productions), Jo Crowley (1927), Lyn Gardner (Theatre critic and journalist), David Brady (Artistic Director, The Lion & Unicorn Theatre), Jessica Brewster ( Artistic Director, The Roses Theatre), Ricky Dukes (Lazarus Theatre Company), David Carey and Saida Ahmed (Chickenshed), Ben Monks and Jeremy Wong (Improbable).

Students have been supported by a wide range of companies and venues, including Cervantes Theatre, New Earth, Aria Entertainment, Bush Theatre, Arcola Theatre, Park Theatre, Les Enfants Terribles, The Blue Elephant, Theatre Deli, The Golden Goose Theatre, LUNG Theatre Company, Jermyn Street Theatre, COLAB Theatre, The White Bear, Talawa Theatre Company, Fuel Theatre, Selladoor Worldwide and Walking Theatre.

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