Are you thinking of studying at the National Theatre School? Attend one of our virtual or in-person open house events or guided tours to find out what it’s really like to be an NTS student and discover the state-of-the-art facilities at our two campuses.
VIRTUAL INFORMATION FAIR
Saturday, January 14, 2023, from 1 to 2 p.m.
Program directors from NTS’s English Section will be present on Zoom to answer all your questions about the admissions process, the curriculum, and more! Don’t miss this event if you’re thinking of applying to one of these four programs:
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Saturday, January 14, from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Discover the facilities of our Saint-Denis campus (classrooms, 3 performance spaces, dressing room, sound studio, prop room, sewing workshop, woodworking shop, library, etc.), learn about NTS’s 9 professional programs, and drop in on live classes.Book now
Practical Production Management with Andrea Lundy
Production Design and Technical Arts program
This class was recorded in October 2020. You can watch it here.
This is an advanced class in Production Management which uses detail from the 3rd-year productions to guide and help the students organize their work for the process as a whole. We examine all parameters of each production and discuss impact points as they relate to schedule, design details, budgets and general production outcomes. In addition, we explore the job of the production manager within arts organizations across the country.
Photo of Andrea Lundy with Production Design and Technical Arts students in 2018Watch the class
History of Architecture - Ancient Rome with Gabriel Tsampalieros
This class was recorded in September 2020. You can watch it here.
This course on the general history of architecture structured into 10 presentations each composed of more than 200 slides covering major architectural works from the earliest ancient civilizations to the contemporary era. This particular class covers the Ancient Roman era.
Set and Costume Design programWatch the Class
Circus Costumes with Michael Slack
This class was recorded in October 2020. Watch it here.
This course offers an introduction to circus arts through two weeks of intensive reading and drawing for second-year students. Students are invited to explore and create a costume concept for an acrobatic performance. During this session, the class will participate in a discussion about different circus disciplines and their specific technical needs before students begin their individual designs.
Set and Costume Design programWatch the class