MA CREATIVE PRODUCING
Validated by University of East Anglia
One year (full-time)
Mountview’s MA in Creative Producing explores and provides experience and the skills needed to be a successful theatre producer.
Running since 2015, 100% of graduates have already gone on to work professionally in the UK and internationally, both on their own projects and with companies including Headlong, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Live Theatre in Newcastle, Park Theatre, Jermyn Street Theatre.
There is a maximum of 14 places available a year.
Theory and case study work over the first two terms are combined with practical experience and a series of guest lectures. You will create your own public work and produce a production as part of Mountview’s Directors/Producers Season in the third term.
All modules are compulsory. There is assessment throughout based on essays and presentations.
Teaching days are Tuesday and Wednesday. There are eight hours of lectures and two hours’ tutorials and seminars each week. In addition, students are expected to carry out two days per week of self-led study.
The course is led by Pam Fraser Solomon, an award-winning producer/director of theatre (Theatre Royal Stratford East, Young Vic), TV (Eastenders, Holby City), radio drama and documentaries.
The course includes a programme of seminars featuring more than 40 of the UK’s leading independent producers/theatremakers.
This course will run subject to re-approval by the University of East Anglia (UEA). This means the course is currently going through UEA’s process to confirm the course will lead to a UEA award. Course re-approval will take place between May 2019 and June 2019 and is expected to be confirmed by July/August 2019.