Theatre Practices

The Master of Theatre Practices is a course for artists who wonder, for inventors of problems and question-makers, who look for expanded ways of acting, of moving and being moved in the performing arts and in the world.

The MTP is a full-time (120 ects) practice-as-research course, practice and theory meet and permeate each other in an ongoing artistic research. Participants are invited to explore practices of artistic experimentation, writing, mentoring and peer-feedback as modes of critically investigating and developing their art-making practice and research.

This is the Master of Theatre Practices at ArtEZ: 

  • The course uses research to (re)position heterogeneous practices in the expanded fields of Theatre, Dance, Choreography and Dramaturgy.
  • Two-year, full-time course with collective working periods and autonomous study.
  • Students design the trajectory of research in close dialogue with a team of experienced tutors and inspiring guests from an international network in the performing arts.
  • A course for artists with a curiosity for learning, a spirit of experimentation, and an ambition to grow, who are committed to art-making as a life-long practice in dialogue with peers and audiences.

Apply to the Master of Theatre Practices 2019 / First call (January 14) Second call (March 11)


Photo by Frédéric Chais
'Human Synthesizer', choreography by Katie Ward