Each summer, Tisch Drama offers world-renowned professional training for theatre artists at all levels, as well as courses in theatre studies. With New York City as a hub, the department collaborates with several training studios to offer individualized training through three- and six-week summer intensives, ranging from acting technique to musical theatre, on-camera acting, and more. Additionally, the department’s rich curriculum of Theatre Studies courses provides a comprehensive study of the field and is led by scholars, theorists, and historians.
All summer courses and intensives are open to current and visiting students, working professionals, and adult learners. Both credit and non-credit courses are available.
Summer Session I
Monday, May 20 - Tuesday, July 2, 2024
Summer Session II
Wednesday, July 3 - Thursday, August 15, 2024
IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES
January 16, 2024 Summer 2024 Course Search Opens
February 1, 2024 Summer 2024 Visiting Student Application Available
February 12, 2024 Summer 2024 Course Registration Opens for NYU and Visiting Students
March 17, 2024 Summer 2024 International Student Application Deadline
May 5, 2024 Summer Session I Domestic Student Application Deadline
June 15, 2024 Summer Session II Domestic Student Application Deadline
If you are a current NYU student, please contact your advisor to learn more, and visit Albert for the full list of Drama offerings. Visiting undergraduate students must apply to Summer at Tisch before gaining registration access for summer courses.
The following students are eligible to apply as a visiting student at Tisch Drama:
High school graduates who have earned a high school diploma or equivalent
Current undergraduates at a college/university who would like to study away for a semester
Post-graduate students who already hold a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university and wish to take undergraduate courses
Returning visiting students may re-apply for up to three consecutive semesters.
NOTE: Degree-seeking students, those looking to earn graduate credit, recent NYU applicants, and students on probation are not eligible to apply as a “visiting student.” Learn more about eligibility requirements.
Students who register for summer courses are responsible for all associated costs (tuition and fees). Tuition for students enrolled part-time or taking classes during the summer can be calculated by taking the number of college credits/units and multiplying it by the price per unit. Learn more.