Tepper Semester Hosts 2024 Free Workshops For Drama Students Across The Country

Rolling applications will be live from March 1st through April 3rd.

By: Feb. 22, 2024
Tepper Semester Hosts 2024 Free Workshops For Drama Students Across The Country
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Syracuse University’s Tepper Semester in the Department of Drama will open a series of free workshops to undergraduate students from any college or university in the United States. Workshops include “Acting/Scene Study” with stage/screen actor Brian McManamon, “Directing” with director Julie Kramer, “Auditioning for the Camera” with television/Broadway casting director Paul Davis and “Improvisation” with actor/writer Ed Herbstman

The workshops will be held in person or online April 13 and 14. In-person workshops (“Improvisation,” “Acting/Scene Study,” “Directing”) will take place at Syracuse University's Fisher Center in New York City. “Audition for the Camera” will take place on Zoom. More workshops, including “Casting,” “Musical Theater Performance” and “Playwriting” will be announced later this year.

Rolling applications will be live March 1 to April 3. Apply for the workshops.

 About the Tepper Semester

The Tepper Semester is a unique, study-away drama program located in the heart of Manhattan that gives undergraduate students in advanced levels of acting, directing, musical theater, playwriting, casting, design, producing, dramaturgy, stage management and theater management the opportunity to immerse themselves in a rigorous artistic training program in the culturally rich setting of New York City. Tepper offers a unique combination of internships with professional theatrical companies and artists supported by classes with taught by industry leaders and combined with the opportunity to experience New York City’s artistic riches. 

Learn more about Tepper.

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