The MA Theatre Practices degree is internationally acknowledged and accredited by the NVAO. On successful graduation you will be awarded the title Master of Arts in Theatre Practices.
After graduation you will be able to situate your artistic practice in the development of the Body in and of Performance in the 21st century. The programme aims to provide a range of career development prospects for its graduates. It empowers artists' sustained reflection and practical development, enhances professional development in artistic research, and prepares students for doctorate research degrees in theatre, choreography and performance.
Our graduates continue working as makers, choreographers, directors, performers, creative producers, arts administrators, applied theatre practitioners, and more with a critical and rigorous understanding of the transformations and challenges of the Body in and of Performance.