About the Program
Course Number: THEA-NT 1
The Future Theatre Artists Workshop is a free program dedicated to developing the mind, body, voice and spirit of the artist in order to experience the potential influence of the live performer.
We provide our emerging theatre artists with a variety of skills drawn from the cannon of the world masters to realize the dynamics of live theatre. The skills acquired during the exploration and developing of each artist’s unique voice will be applied to many forms of creative theatrical expression.
In the Future Theatre Artists Program, the emerging artist will:
- cultivate skills that will celebrate the individual while working within a collaborative ensemble
- develop their unique and expressive artistic voice, body, spirit and mind to make connections between their lives and artistic expression
- explore the relationship between research and critical thought as a source for inspiration, imagination and creativite
- investigate their connection to space, performance and the spectator
- receive a basic foundation for further study in the expressive art of live theatre
Photo by Dylan Kenseth
The program meets weekly on Saturdays, February 4, 2023 through May 13, 2023.
More dates and deadlines are available on the Tisch Special Programs Admissions Calendar.
How to Apply
Please read through the Spring Future Artists Program Requirements Page to learn how to apply. You may be contacted for an audition or additional application materials.
Spring 2023 Deadline
The spring 2023 application has been extended! Applications will be accepted until December 15, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. ET and assessed on a space available basis.
NYU requires all students (undergraduate, graduate, professional, and high school), faculty, and employees to be vaccinated and boosted to have access to NYU buildings for the 2022–23 academic year.
Vaccines must be authorized by the FDA or on the WHO list of approved vaccines. Visit our FAQ page for more information.
If you have questions about the program or the application, please contact the Department of Drama at 212.998.1850 or email@example.com.