Spring Semester in Dance Program
Decision Making in Dance , Reinforcing and developing skill and Increasing creativity
The Dance Spring Semester at the Accademia is a great opportunity for students to gain access to that productive, questioning and deconstructing analysis of dance that is currently shaping international dance research today. In addition to methods, practices, theories and material from dance, the course will include a discourse on related disciplines such as the Fine Arts, Philosophy, Music, Theater and History. Our Spring Semester is based on an interdisciplinary future-oriented training approach in dance to better prepare students for the complex world of the performing arts.
Learn more: https://www.dellarte.it/undergraduate-programs/semester-in-dance/our-approach/
Semester in Physical Theater
Actor Training from the Source
Our semester long program is designed to suit the essential needs of the physical theatre artist. Motivated students wishing to gain a technical edge in their performance and creativity will find this program to be the best fit.
We believe that coming into direct contact with traditional artistic sources – which began and developed in Europe – is the most powerful way to effect a change in one’s artistic journey. We provide intense training in physical disciplines such as Clown and Commedia dell’Arte (Italian masked theatre), which ultimately serve to raise the student’s level of technical mastery and push the expressivity of the body and voice to their limits.
Our approach is not limited to a simple technical mastery, though. In combination with the rigor of physical training, the student must activate their own creative source, allowing them to innovate and experiment as co-inventors within European traditions.
Theatre, performance, and the contemporary world thus become an important interdisciplinary field where students can develop themselves, always looking for original extensions of aesthetic possibilities.
Learn more: https://www.dellarte.it/undergraduate-programs/semester-physical-theatre/program-overview/