• Dance and Psychodrama in Ljubljana: Interviews with Iztok Kovač and Tomi Janezič

    by  • February 24, 2017 • 0 Comments

    Pictured: Tomi Janezič

    On February 13th, a bus full of ADA dancers and actors arrived in Ljubljana, Slovenia for a four-day study tour. Our students had the incredible opportunity to participate in dance and movement workshops with internationally acclaimed dancer Iztok Kovač and his company EnKnapGroup, as well as workshops in Psychodrama with expert in the field Tomi...

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    February General Newsletter

    by  • February 21, 2017 • 0 Comments

    Pictured from left: Megan Hopkins, Ashlyn Fletcher

    Missed our latest newsletter? Want to read full student and staff interviews? Look no further! We’ve got you covered. Geoffrey Solomon: Physical Theatre, Emory University GA The Accademia is a completely different program from anything I’ve ever been a part of before.  Students at the Accademia are encouraged to break personal boundaries through an...

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    La Vita Europea: Notable Experiences

    by  • February 12, 2017 • 0 Comments


    A large portion of the learning students do during a semester abroad happens outside the classroom. The whole point of spending three months in a new environment is to get outside of what’s familiar. For this reason, we love hearing where our students are spending their weekends and what they take away from these...

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    The ADA and Life Abroad: What Surprised You?

    by  • February 7, 2017 • 0 Comments


    It’s week three already for our dancers and physical theatre students here at the ADA! We asked our ADALife bloggers to reflect this week on what they were expecting when they chose to study at the ADA, and what has surprised them most about their first taste of Tuscan life and studying art with...

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    Spring 2017: What Are Your Goals?

    by  • January 31, 2017 • 0 Comments

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    Our Spring 2017 crew is here and we could not be more thrilled! Having just started their first full week of classes, we asked our ADALife bloggers to reflect on their personal and academic goals for the semester, and why they chose the Accademia dell’Arte to achieve these goals. Read on to hear more...

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    ADA Alumni Newsletter Fall 2016

    by  • January 6, 2017 • 0 Comments


    A note from the President of the ADA Alumni Association: Happy Holidays to all of our wonderful ADA Alumni! In addition to our Alumni Spotlights on the Adalife Blog, we are delighted to begin circulating our Alumni Newsletter. In this edition of the Alumni Newsletter we catch up with Molly Sides, Louise Mellor and...

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    Student Interview with Dory Sibley

    by  • December 22, 2016 • 0 Comments


    We are starting a brand new series of fun getting-to-know-you interviews between students and faculty, and the first one features ADA queen of all things voice, alumni, marketing, and more: Dory Ford Sibley! Check out her full interview with Fall 2016 physical theatre students Yipei Shao (Emory University) and September McCarthy (Muhlenberg College) below!

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    Alumni Spotlight Tut’Zanni Edition – Molly Tomhave

    by  • December 20, 2016 • 0 Comments


    Molly Tomhave is a Seattle based artist and a founding member of Tut’Zanni theatre company. Her positive spirit, thoughtful provocations and fresh sense of humor brings a much needed perspective and uplifting energy to the group. We’re delighted she took the time to share her experiences with us. Enjoy! – When did you attend...

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    Faculty Spotlight: Giangiacomo Colli

    by  • December 14, 2016 • 0 Comments


    Earlier in the semester, undergraduate theatre students Ziggy Schulting (Skidmore College) and Izabel Dorst (Coastal Carolina University) came up with some interview questions for our resident Commedia dell’Arte expert Giangiacomo Colli! Get to know Giangiacomo a little better by reading about his experiences below: Who is your favorite commedia character and why? I think...

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