Rutgers Conservatory at Shakespeare’s Globe
Rutgers Conservatory at Shakespeare's Globe is our flagship conservatory training programme and offers students an intensive classical conservatory study.
Rutgers 2018 Production
These lively workshop performances showcase the talents of the students from Rutgers Conservatory at Shakespeare’s Globe, our flagship conservatory training programme. BFA and MFA Acting majors from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, embark on intensive classical training at the Globe for most of their third (junior) year. Free tickets are available for these workshop performances.
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Acting at the Globe
BFA and MFA Acting students spend most of their Junior year of study at Shakespeare’s Globe. The students take classes in acting, voice, movement, text, historical dance, dialect, singing and stage combat, and immerse themselves in London life, history and culture. The residency culminates with a production on the Globe stage, before returning to Rutgers for their final training.
Design at the globe - in Association with the School of Historical Dress
Design students can immerse themselves in the architecture of the Globe Theatre and the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, and use London as their classroom - the buildings, the crowds, the museums and the thriving theatre scene.
Students are guided through their course by a Course Director and design two projects with professional directors. They participate in sessions with master costume craftsmen or model makers, as well as text and context sessions and occasional practical masterclasses.