Gaiety School of Acting: Dublin - Direct Enrollment in National Theatre School of Ireland

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The National Theatre School of Ireland at The Gaiety School of Acting offers international students a series of three and four week programmes of practical acting classes that examine the work of some of our greatest Irish Writers, from Samuel Bec... read more

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I gained a lot of perspective about myself and the country of America. I learned an incredible amount of acting techniques. I made lasting relationships with my classmates. - Gaiety School of Acting View Entire Review
I gained further skill from outstanding educators and an option for graduate school in the future. It was definitely a worthwhile experience. - Messiah College View Entire Review

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The National Theatre School of Ireland at The Gaiety School of Acting offers international students a series of three and four week programmes of practical acting classes that examine the work of some of our greatest Irish Writers, from Samuel Beckett to Sean O'Casey. All programmes include lectures by some of Ireland’s leading academics and a social program of theatre visits and traditional music that will keep you entertained and related to the Irish artistic scene.They are specially designed to suit overseas students.

“The International programme at GSA is a unique opportunity to explore the rich traditions of Irish theatre. We look forward to giving you the best Irish welcome to Ireland’s Premier Drama School”.  
There are several options for international students including: Irish Theatre January Term & Irish Theatre Summer School, Original Theatre Project; Playboy of the Western World – by John Millington Synge, Dancing at Lughnasa – by Brian Friel, Storytelling: Our Great Tradition, and The Writer’s Room.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Summer
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
  • Maymester
  • January Term
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Drama, Theater, Theatre Arts
Year Founded:
1986
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