The summer 2023 study abroad programs are currently planned to run; however, we must remain flexible in our response to changing developments due to COVID-19. The health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff is our first priority.
Spend part of your summer studying your craft with professional artists and industry professionals in Los Angeles or in one of our exciting study abroad locations. Practical training is enhanced with field trips, performances, and lectures with guest speakers.
International Theatre Workshop
Designed for serious acting students who seek to deepen their existing technique and be exposed to a wide range of approaches to live performance and the creation of original work.Read More.
Storytelling: It's All Greek to Me
NEW FOR SUMMER 2023. Learn ancient and modern story craft in Athens, Greece.Read More.
Summer Dance Residency
Challenge and transform your notion of choreography and performance by experiencing the European dance scene in Berlin.Read More.
The Commedia Program is an intensive acting workshop that engages the physical life of each actor in the pursuit of expanding range of expression. The class will explore the influence of Commedia in Shakespeare, Molière and television.Read More.
Unlock your creativity and write a full-length script for film or theatre.Read More.
Postcards from Cuba
Learn the art of travel writing and photography in this three-week course.Read More.
London is home to a thriving film and theatre scene, an ideal location to discover the ins and outs of the entertainment industry.Read More.
Directed Projects: The Portrait
NEW FOR SUMMER 2023 - Spend six weeks in Paris exploring old and new portraiture techniques.Read More.
Experimental Production Workshop
Channel your inner Godard or Truffaut and break the rules of conventional filmmaking. Create original, experimental works while living in the City of Lights.Read More.
Prague, Czech Republic
Carry out the vision for your story in a city whose cinematic history stretches back to the early days of the art form itself.Read More.