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Juilliard Drama is dedicated to preparing 21st-century actors and playwrights to tell, with clarity and passion, imagination and artistry, diverse stories that speak to the truth of the world in which we live.
As an actor, you will develop your capacity to bring body, voice, and spirit together in ways both personal and transformative, while exploring plays that range from the classic texts of Shakespeare and Chekhov to exciting new works, both in the classroom and on the stage. As a playwright, you will have the opportunity to continue to develop your own distinctive voice while acquiring a stronger command of dramatic structure and to see your work come to life in readings and workshops with student actors, alumni, and guest artists.
Together, you will discover and reveal the humanity that connects people of all communities.
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Third-year drama students had a chance to create and produce performance projects; three of them wrote about their experience
Thursday, December 5, 2019Juilliard JournalRead More
A chance comment in a canoe sparked playwright Suzan-Lori Parks' award-winning two-play riff on "The Scarlet Letter," recently performed at Juilliard
Monday, October 21, 2019Juilliard JournalRead More
When Tanya Barfield’s Bright Half Life started being performed, she found that women from very different backgrounds related to the main character
Thursday, September 19, 2019Juilliard JournalRead More
‘Major Barbara’ director Janet Zarish explains that Shaw’s play, which the fourth-years are performing, is as relevant today as it was in 1905