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Dramaturgy (Master of Arts)
|Course content and focus areas||
Historically, the dramaturge is the person in the theatre who views the production with critical distance. A part of it, but also removed, the dramaturge continuously questions the production as a whole. He reflects on its needs, necessities and obstinacy but also on its practical constraints, regulated processes and automatisms. In a best-case scenario he relates the production back to the contexts in which it stands. In this way he embodies the demands of history, society and politics within the artistic process and, on the other hands, represents these to the outside world. In order to achieve this he needs – aside from specialist knowledge – above all the basic virtues of every researcher: he should be able to read, see, think, listen, write and have the courage to avail himself of his own intellect.
The Frankfurt Programme
|Detailed information||Information from the department
|Degree||Master of Arts in Dramaturgy.
|Duration||The standard length of study for the Master of Arts is 4 semesters.
|Languages of instruction||German (and English)
|Start of the programme||The study programme starts at the beginning of the winter semester.|
|Student advisory service||
Telefon: +49 69 798 32071
|Provisional admission||No regulations.|
|Selection process||Based on the documents submitted by mail and e-mail, the board of examiners invites suitable applicants in writing to an admission examination, which is expected to take place in June.|
|Mode of admission||Admission is not restricted.|
Documents to be submitted
|Deadline for applications||1st of April - 31st May (date of postmark)|
|Address for applications||
The applications must be submitted by mail and by E-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main