Music students Hamish Gould and Fiona Nicolson dropped in on CTP’s first year Performance in Context lecture to sing the 10th century St Gall Quem Quaeritis trope for students of medieval theatre. “It was a great opportunity for the students to hear this early medieval trope” said unit coordinator Felix Nobis. “In many ways, the trope contributes to the revival of a theatrical tradition in medieval Europe”. First year students were delighted with the way the performance brought the text to life. “It was brilliant” said Diane, “it was like, yeah, it really did happen”.
First year students at the Centre for Theatre and Performance are introduced to a range of performance traditions from Ancient Greek, medieval European, Elizabethan, Restoration, as well as modern and post-modern traditions. ATS1287 and ATS1288 Performance in Context I and II are Gateway units into CTP’s Theatre degree.
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PRESENTATION SKILLS UNIT
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UPRISING ★★★½ THE AGE “The two new plays are a snapshot of the issues that these students care about”
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‘Uprising’ opens at Malthouse Theatre
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Jane Montgomery Griffiths receives more ‘rave reviews’
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CTP Welcomes New Staff Members
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CTP PhD Candidate secures prestigious Scholarship
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4 STAR REVIEW for ‘WELCOME TO NOWHERE’
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Australia’s Finest Playwrights at CTP
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Thinking Theatre in 2017?
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CTP PhD candidate ” pushes the boundaries of spoken word and performance poetry”
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CTP in Top Ten Fringe Picks
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