Acting in Irish Drama at the

Summer Study in Dublin, Ireland

June 29-July 24, 2009

 

Live and study in Dublin, Ireland, one of the world's great theatre cities.


Accommodations one block from the Gaiety School in the heart of Dublin's arts district, Temple Bar.


Experience Irish drama at its best at the world-class Abbey, Peacock, Gaiety, and Gate Theaters.


Earn 6 semester credit hours for seminars in Irish drama, acting workshops, and cultural visits to major museums, galleries, and cultural sites in and around Dublin.


Study Irish drama with distinguished theatre professionals and academics.


Weekends free for optional travel to the beautiful Irish countryside.


Use your HOPE scholarship. Apply for a Regents Scholarship.


Apply NOW! Places are very limited.

 

An application fee of $200 must accompany the application form by March 15, 2009. A second payment of $1,800 is due by April 1, 2009. The final payment of $1,800 is due May 1, 2009. KSU TUITION IS PAID SEPARATELY AT REGISTRATION.

Price includes: Tuition for the one month summer intensive Irish Theater/Acting Program at the Gaiety School of Acting through KSU (6 semester credit hours), accommodations at the Barnacles Temple Bar House Hostel, breakfasts, selected field trips, theatre visits, and participation in the culminating showcase. The package cost does not include airfare to Dublin, ground transportation from the airport to hostel, excluded meals, passport and related or optional expenses. Cost is subject to slight change in the event of unanticipated program increases.

For more information, contact:

Prof. L. Dean Adams
dadams@kennesaw.edu

or

Dr. John Gentile

jgentile@kennesaw.edu

or call

770-499-3123

More about The Gaiety School.

Photos by John Gentile

 

 

 

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