School of Journalism, Media and Performance
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Subject Areas: Performing Arts
Dr. Amy Rome is currently working on UCLan's BA(Hons) Acting Degree Programme. A specialist in contemporary voice studies, her work lies within both practice and relevant interdisciplinary studies to the inclusion of how theory in forms practice drawing on psychology, philosophy and neuroscience. Her postdoctoral teaching continues to be linked to international European theatre practices namely Pantheatre in Paris. This international collaboration provides important opportunities for actors.
Originally trained at Northeastern University and Berklee College in Boston, Massachusetts, Amy Rome first completed a BA in Contemporary Performing Arts at UCLan in 2001. With a first class degree, Dr. Rome went on to undertake a practice-led PhD at UCLan. Completed in 2007, Dr. Rome continues to teach across disciplines within Performing Arts at UCLan both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Google- 'Voice Embodied'
Module leader/personal tutor (level 2)
Ongoing international exchanges with the directors of Pantheatre in Paris, France and the Roy Hart International Artistic Centre in Malerargues, southern France.
Postmodern approaches to image: Intersections between Fine Art and Theatre funded by CADG, January 2012