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Cambridge International AS & A Level Drama encourages learners to develop their skills in performing, devising and researching a wide range of theatrical styles and genres. They learn to communicate with an audience through practical and creative work on performance texts and their own devised material, both as individuals and in groups. Underpinned by theoretical and practical study, they learn to research, analyse, create and interpret, and to become skilled, well-informed and reflective theatrical practitioners who enjoy drama.
Cambridge International AS & A Level Drama provides a foundation for the further study of drama or related courses in higher education.
The syllabus year refers to the year in which the examination will be taken.
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View the latest resource that is being developed for Cambridge International AS & A Level Drama (9482).
Cambridge International AS & A Level Drama (Collins)
Introduce students to the key concepts, approaches and skills needed for advanced level drama study. The course can be used flexibly for independent learning, research and revision.
Read more on the Collins website