MA in Theatre Open Day with the Gaiety School of Acting and NUI Maynooth

Saturday 9th March 2013

2pm to 5pm

Smock Alley Theatre, Exchange Street Lower, Dublin 8

2pm: Tour of Smock Alley Theatre. Built in 1662, Smock Alley was the first custom-built theatre in the city and still remains in substantially the same form, making it one of the most important sites in European theatre history.

3pm: Taster Theatre Workshop with Patrick Sutton

4pm: Panel Discussion and Q&A Session with course directors, Dr Shelley Troupe of the School of English, Media and Theatre Studies at NUI Maynooth, Patrick Sutton, Director of The Gaiety School of Acting, course coordinator Antoinette Duffy and Eilis Murray, NUI Maynooth, Graduate Studies Officer on funding opportunities.

Why study with us?

  • The MA in Theatre is performance based. It is a unique programme built around the collaborative experience of theatre making
  • The Gaiety School of Acting has a 25 year history of training actors for theatre, film and television industries
  • The MA in Theatre combines practical classes along with student’s self directed work and seminars, linking both the academic and the practical.

To book in to this exciting day please call us on 01 6799277 or email: info@gaietyschool.com

http://www.gaietyschool.com/courses/masters/

http://english.nuim.ie/Postgraduate%20Studies/MA%20Theatre

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