* The National Theatre of Great Britain chose Griffith as its local education partner for the acclaimed production of War Horse. A seminar which included puppetry workshops allowed Applied Theatre students Jonathan Albrecht and Ashley Wharton to meet the life-size puppet star Joey. Read the full story here.
Realise your creative potential, take your place on the world stage. Our internationally acclaimed theatre and drama courses will give you the leading edge with award winning research, teaching and practice at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. You’ll learn to explore and tap your artistic skills, energy and resources and bring your talents to the fore. With new understanding you’ll develop a creative style of your own that continues to find original expression through disciplines such as performance, directing, writing and project design and management. With our international academic standing, qualifications in Applied Theatre can lead to a diverse and enduring artistic career.
|Bachelor of Arts in Contemporary and Applied Theatre
|Bachelor of Education – Secondary (with a specialisation in drama)
|Master of Applied Theatre and Drama Education
||Bachelors degree or equivalent
The connections to your future start here. You’ll learn from national and international leaders in the fields of Applied Theatre and Drama research and development, and revel in the opportunity to grow your craft equipped with the most up-to-date industry knowledge.
- Professor Michael Balfour
- Associate Professor Penny Bundy
- Professor Bruce Burton
- Associate Professor Julie Dunn
- Linda Hassall
- Dr Madonna Stinson
- Sarah Woodland
- Arts administrator
- Arts marketing
- Drama teacher
- Event management
- Film production
- Online games development
- Policy development