Master of Arts in Theatre (Theatre Theory and Dramaturgy) - 12 months

Master of Arts in Theatre (Theatre Theory and Dramaturgy) - one year

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The Department of Theatre offers a 12-month program leading to the degree of Master of Arts (MA) in Theatre (Theatre Theory and Dramaturgy).

NEW: Offered on full-time and part-time basis.

How to apply

The research interests of our faculty include:

PRACTICAL FIELDS AND THEORETICAL APPROACHES

  1. Practice and Theory of Dramaturgy: production dramaturgy, new play development, dramatic and theatrical adaptation, edition and annotation of plays
  2. Practice and Theory of Translation for Theatre
  3. Practice and Theory of Theatre for Young Audiences
  4. Practice and Theory of Cultural Mediation
  5. Theory of Performance: practice and theory of theatre criticism, text based and devised performance, collective creation, postdramatic, site-specific theatre
  6. Theatre Archives
  7. Diaspora Studies
  8. Intercultural Performance and Migration
  9. Cognitive Approaches to Theatre
  10. Digital and New Media Performance Studies

PERFORMATIVE AND DRAMATIC CANONS

  1. Medieval Theatre and Drama
  2. Early Modern English Theatre and Drama
  3. Early Modern French Theatre and Drama
  4. First Nations’ Theatre and Drama
  5. Canadian Theatre and Drama
  6. Québécois Theatre and Drama
  7. Franco-Ontarian Theatre and Drama
  8. La Francophonie: Caribbean, Algerian, French Polynesian, Tahitian and African writers in Europe, Theatre and Drama
  9. German Theatre and Drama
  10. Russian Theatre and Drama
  11. Spanish Golden Age and Contemporary Spanish Theatre and Drama
  12. Asian Theatrical Contexts
  13. Queer Theatre and Drama

The Department of Theatre keeps admission standards high and student to teacher ratio low.

The University of Ottawa’s regulations on bilingualism allow students to follow courses and submit their written work (seminar essays, final exams and MA thesis) in the official language of their preference.

Generous bursaries and teaching assistantships are provided for students with appropriate academic achievements.

Interested candidates are invited to contact Professor Louise Frappier, Director of BA and MA programs: thebama@uotttawa.ca or 613-562-5800, ext. 1261.

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