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We are dedicated to world-leading training in the dramatic arts. We offer vocational training for actors, stage managers, designers and technical stagecraft specialists. About us We have offered dramatic arts training for over a century. Today the Academy is a world-leader in both acting and theatre production disciplines. Find out more
Find out more about our practical, vocational training in acting and theatre production including undergraduate and postgraduate training and short courses. Undergraduate courses Our practical training in acting and theatre production prepares you for a career in theatre, film, TV and radio. FdA in Technical Theatre & Stage Management
We offer vocational, practice-based training for actors. Our students work with exceptional teachers, directors and industry practitioners. We believe that you learn how to excel in the dramatic arts by doing, so all our training is based on practical experience in conditions that will prepare you for the professional world.
La Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) è una scuola di teatro, tra le più antiche della Gran Bretagna. Ha sede nel quartiere Bloomsbury di Londra . Indice 1 Storia 2 Struttura 3 Presidenti 4 Vice presidenti 5 Direttori artistici 6 Altri progetti 7 Collegamenti esterni Storia [ modifica | modifica wikitesto]
The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA; / ˈ r ɑː d ə /) is a drama school in London, England, that provides vocational conservatoire training for theatre, film, television, and radio. It is based in the Bloomsbury area of Central London , close to the Senate House complex of the University of London and is a founding member of the Federation of Drama Schools .
The oldest school of drama in England, it set the pattern for subsequent schools of acting. It was established in 1904 by actor-manager Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree, who soon moved it from Haymarket to its present location on Gower Street and set up a presiding council of other leading actors and producers.