• Posts Tagged ‘Study Abroad’

    Alumni Spotlight – Louise Mellor – ADA MFA Alumna and Touring Theatre Artist

    by  • December 23, 2016 • Alumni, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

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    Louise Mellor is originally from Manchester, England and was a part of the first MFA in Physical Theatre Cohort. Since her time in the MFA, she has performed with several companies doing all types of theatre, from children’s to devised works. She recently toured “The Jungle Book” throughout China. Louise took the time to...

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    Student Interview with Dory Sibley

    by  • December 22, 2016 • Faculty & Staff • 0 Comments

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    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–Liam Mulshine

    by  • December 13, 2016 • Alumni • 0 Comments

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    This week, we continue our series of spotlights on alumni Commedia dell’Arte company, Tut’Zanni! Liam Mulshine, spring 2006 alumnus, tells us about his favorite ADA memories as well as what he’s been up to lately! Read on to hear more! When did you attend the Accademia? I attended the Accademia in the spring of...

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    Farewell Fall 2016

    by  • December 13, 2016 • MFA in Physical Theatre Program, Music Program, Uncategorized, Undergraduate Physical Theatre, Undergraduate Programs • 0 Comments

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    The semester is over, so as usual, we interviewed some undergraduate and MFA students to find out what they learned and how they feel they grew as artists. Read below for full interviews (as featured in the latest newsletter) with undergraduate theatre students Seamus Good (Muhlenberg College), Briar White (Coastal Carolina University), Izabel Dorst (Coastal...

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    Most Memorable Moments

    by  • November 23, 2016 • Uncategorized, Undergraduate Programs • 0 Comments

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    It’s hard to believe, but with Thanksgiving this week, it means there are only a few more weeks left of the semester! Today, our ADALife bloggers reflect on what they will remember most when they look back on their time in Arezzo, both personally and academically. Read on to hear more from Korilyn and...

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    The After: Dealing with Significant Events Abroad

    by  • November 14, 2016 • Music Program, Student Life, Undergraduate Programs • 0 Comments

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    When students consider what they will miss out on by choosing to study abroad, they of course think of time spent with family and friends, and then perhaps opportunities at their home institution. Still, the experiences students stand to gain by spending a semester overseas outweigh these things more often than not. For this reason, it...

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    Breaking the Comfort Zone: Challenge, Risk and Reward

    by  • November 8, 2016 • Uncategorized, Undergraduate Programs • 0 Comments

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    This week, we asked our students to reflect on their own breakthrough moments. During a study abroad experience, these happen both inside and outside the classroom walls. An intensive program such as the ADA physical theatre semester asks students to dig deep within themselves and stretch beyond the comfort zone of what’s easy and safe. High...

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    Academic Jewels: Treasured Classroom Moments

    by  • November 3, 2016 • Music Program, Uncategorized, Undergraduate Programs • 0 Comments

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    At this point in the semester, our Furman music students have been reflecting on which “academic jewels,” or valuable lessons they’ve acquired during their time at the ADA, and how they plan to share this information with friends and colleagues upon their return to their home institution. Read on to hear from Mary Allison,...

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