• Fall Break Travels

    by  • October 24, 2018 • 0 Comments

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      This week Physical Theatre students Heather, Emma, Jonathan, and Sean tell us about their adventures over their week long fall break! Heather Nielsen, Muhlenberg College Returning to Realism After almost two months of committing myself wholly to studying Commedia, I’d begun to feel the pull back towards Realism in theatre. It wasn’t that...

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    Coming up to the Halfway Mark

    by  • October 8, 2018 • 0 Comments

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    Below physical theatre students Bridget, Caden, Thomas, Sofia, and Tucket talk about some of their travels and upcoming collaborations they’re working on outside of class. Bridget Smith, Muhlenberg College As I returned from a long week dancing in Slovenia followed by beer, beer, and more beer in Munich for Octoberfest, I found myself very...

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    A Trip to Ljubljana, Slovenia

    by  • October 4, 2018 • 0 Comments

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    This week our theatre students Erika, Jake, Katherine, Elizabeth, and Colin talk about their excursion to Ljubljana, Slovenia last week! Erika Davis, Coastal Carolina University I am a firm believer in the perfect souvenir—there is nothing like finding the most spectacular material good to purchase to remind me of the places I’ve been. Last...

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    Accademia Autumn: A Fall 2018 Newsletter

    by  • October 3, 2018 • 0 Comments

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    Accademia Autumn: A Fall 2018 Newsletter   We are gearing up for another exciting semester at the Accademia dell’Arte! In the spirit of collaboration, creation and community, the ADA is offering as many opportunities as possible for our 44 Music and Physical Theatre students to share practical studio work facilitated by various faculty to...

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    Discovering Inside and Out

    by  • September 26, 2018 • 0 Comments

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      This week music students Quentin, Elliott, Abbie, and Katie talk about their trip to Venice, struggles, and discoveries they’ve made so far. Quentin Prewitt, Furman  University At the Accademia dell’Arte, I am privileged to work with two Italian instructors. One is Sylvia, who is my Italian teacher, and the other is Marta, who...

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    Adventures and Discoveries

    by  • September 18, 2018 • 0 Comments

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      Music students Tyrese, Savannah, Mary Pauline, Chrissy, and Alan share some of their weekend adventures and discoveries they’ve made in their time here so far.   Tyrese Byrd, Furman University Hi! My name is Tyrese and I am a Music student from Furman University. This weekend a group of the music students decided...

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    First Impressions

    by  • September 11, 2018 • 0 Comments

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    For our first ADALife Blog of the semester theatre students, Itai, Posie, Ivan, Hanah, and Jacob talk about their first week at the Accademia, some things that took them by surprise, and some goals they have while they’re here.   Itai Rembaum, Muhlenberg College Something that surprised me were the collaborative opportunities offered to...

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    Arezzo Sunrise

    by  • July 26, 2018 • 0 Comments

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      Below theatre student, Rebekah Dawn shares some reflections and insight about what it’s like to wake up with the Arezzo Sunrise. One of the most beautiful things about my time at ADA was awakening with the sunrise. The body memory class rose with the sun each day to prepare their bodies, minds, and...

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    Cirque Clown Performance with Stefan Haves and Jon Kellam

    by  • July 25, 2018 • 0 Comments

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    One of the final intensives in our Summer Physical Theatre Program was the Cirque and Clown Performance intensive co-taught by Stefan Haves and Jon Kellam.   Stefan Haves is an acclaimed director, creator and producer of Circus, theater and film whose creations have appeared on stages, festivals, and screens across the globe. His work has...

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