Our Theatre and Performance program enjoys a reputation as one of the most outstanding and comprehensive courses of its kind in any Australian university
The degrees offered by CTP explore theatre and performance in theory and practice, balancing performance opportunities with a challenging academic program. We have two strands, one aims to create theatre-makers and the other explores different historical and contemporary performance traditions and practices. In both we focus on the study of the past, present and future of the performance.
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In this short video Dr Felix Nobis discusses our first year unit ‘Performance in Context’
The Centre for Theatre and Performance presents three weeks of rehearsed readings directed by students. This initiative allows students to explore new or little performed Read more
CTP is proud to present another season of free lunchtime theatre this April. Three for Free is now in its 5th year and this year Read more
Head of CTP Dr Jane Montgomery Griffiths returns to the Malthouse Theatre in The Rabble’s adaptation of Frankenstein.
Frankenstein / is Mary Shelley’s gothic novel adapted Read more
2014 brings a new direction to the Centre for Theatre and Performance. There have been changes in Faculty structure, degree structure, even unit structure. This Read more
CTP First Year units Performance in Context I and Performance in Context II (ATS1287 and ATS1288) are now open for enrolment. These units provide a Read more
A new fully integrated Monash University theatre and performance course will bring together theory and practice in an intellectually stimulating and creatively inspiring environment.
Senior Lecturer Read more
Congratulations to CTP Staff Member Dr. Felix Nobis whose new play ‘Boy out of the Country’ received rave reviews for its premiere season:
“A play infused Read more
CTP Honours students present their performance investigations in the coming weeks. Disregarding She written and directed by Thomas Lawton will be presented at the Read more
Thursday 5 September – 1:00pm and 7:30pm
Friday 6 September – 7.30pm
Saturday 7 September – 7:30pm
Presented by Centre for Theatre and Performance
Written by Peter Read more
A multi-arts project to celebrate the ways people from different cultural backgrounds preserve, share and pass on ideas about what matters to them. People who Read more
Professor Peter Fitzpatrick, founding staff member of the Centre for Theatre and Performance and CTP Adjunct took out the top prize in this year’s national Read more
Free Public Lecture by Professor Roger Copeland of Oberlin College, US
Thursday August 1st 2013, 6.30p Drama Theatre, Performing Arts Centre (building 68) Monash University Read more
The Disappearances Project, an intimate theatre work co-directed by CTP staff member, Yana Taylor, in which she also performs, received a Helpmann Award nomination in Read more
Monash is again represented at the prestigious R. E. Ross Trust Awards. PhD candidate and playwright Merrilee Moss has been highly commended for her Read more
CTP MA candidate Peter Fraser is pictured here, making a short film based on a performance as a lizard. On Wednesday 6 March one of Read more
CTP Staff member Dr Yana Taylor has received terrific reviews for Version 1.0 The Disappearances Project, at the Brighton Festival. Selected as one of the Read more
Jane Griffiths’ Australian Research Council supported play, Sappho in 9 fragments, first played in a pub (The Stork), then an old brewery (Malthouse Theatre). Now Read more
This year’s prestigious Greenroom Awards include nominations for two productions with strong CTP connections. An Appointment with J Dark, which started life in 2011 as Read more
In October CTP Senior Lecturer Will Peterson takes up a three-month post as a Visiting Senior Research Fellow within the Cultural Studies Cluster at the Read more
About 400 people attended this year’s lunchtime theatre season!
Now in its fourth year, Three for Free returned with a season of work created, performed, written Read more