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Spesialisering 1 - dramaturgi

Inngår i studieprogram
Master i teater

Kort beskrivelse av emnet

The main aim of this course is to provide you with an opportunity to develop new skills and knowledge in your chosen area of specialization. The specialization courses in Acting, Directing, Writing, and Dramaturgy are designed to offer each student a unique trajectory that aligns with their artistic development goals. The course necessitates you to take responsibility for your artistic development, including long-term planning of their studies and learning goals. These learning objectives should align with the overarching goals of the program, which aims to cultivate versatile, innovative, and reflective theatre artists capable of making significant contributions to the field. Overall, the specialization courses aim to provide you with a flexible and personalized approach to learning that aligns with your artistic aspirations and goals.

DRAMATURGY I: You will develop an understanding of the fundamentals of dramaturgy, form and composition, performance analysis, and institutional dramaturgy, with a particular focus on the social, cultural, and political interactions within the theatre. You will explore various methods and theory used in dramaturgy, including research, creative response, analysis, and interpretation. You will also analyse and compare historical plays and contemporary theatre, examining their similarities, differences, and evolution.

Læringsutbytte for emnet

After completing the course, you will be able to:

  • Apply a range of artistic methods and techniques within your chosen specialization (acting/directing/writing/dramaturgy) to create meaningful and impactful artistic work, enabling innovation and experimentation in your artistic practice
  • Demonstrate a critical and informed understanding of the artistic processes and principles of your chosen specialization and apply this knowledge in a variety of professional contexts
  • Take responsibility for your own artistic development, including long-term planning of their artistic studies and learning goals, and collaborate effectively with others in pursuing these goals
  • Communicate effectively and reflectively about your ideas and opinions regarding your artistic work, demonstrating a reflective and self-aware approach to your artistic principles, thoughts, and beliefs

Undervisning og læringsformer

Predominantly a hands-on teaching approach, concentrating on workshops, small projects, colloquiums, and etudes, integrated with theoretical components presented through seminars and lectures. These teaching formats enable you to acquire practical experience and apply fundamental methods and research questions within a cooperative environment.


Assessment is based on your own artistic portfolio, which documents and reflects on your research question, artistic process, and body of work. This portfolio will be reviewed at the end of the term (in the master forum). In addition, you will be required to participate in an oral evaluation with teachers for feedback and to demonstrate your understanding of your specialization. The course is graded pass/fail.