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Can you give me the application form of the Art/Mxat Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University???
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The Art/Mxat Institute for Advanced Theater Training is managed by the Harvard University. It was founded in 1980 by Robert Brustein. This is the curriculum of the program:

ACTING
SUMMER SEMESTER
July-August
Cambridge, MA
Stanislavsky, Chekhov

VOICE
Acting
Voice and Speech
Movement

DRAMATURGY

Acting
Voice & Speech for Dramaturgs
Movementand MXAT
Russian Language
Stanislavsky, Chekhov and Russian Language and Culture

Here I am uploading a document file having the detailed information about the program, this attachment also contains the application form.

The contact details are as following:

Address
64 Brattle Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
617.496. 2000
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The American Repertory Theater/Moscow Art Theatre (ART/МХАТ) Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University was founded in 1987.

Masters Graduate Programs:

Voice and Speech

Acting

Some of the required courses acting students take over their two years of study include: Introduction to the Stanislavsky System
Practical Aesthetics
Improvisation
Advanced Modern Acting
Scene Study
Contemporary High Text and Character Work
Tennessee Williams & August Wilson
Shakespeare
Voice-over
Audition Workshop
Acting Comedy
Acting on Camera
Professional Showcase
Movement for Actors, the Droznin Method
Alexander Technique
Modern Conditioning
Jazz Technique
Social Dance
Contemporary Modern
Ballet Technique for Actors
Modern Flex Training
Hip Hop Essentials
Unarmed Stage Combat
Suzuki
Fencing
Voice & Speech
Voice & Speech: Shakespeare Verse
Dialects
Voice Lab
Singing
Dramatic Literature: Greeks to the Restoration
Chekhov, Stanislavsky, and the Moscow Art Theater
20th Century Russian and European Theater
American Musical Theater

Dramaturgy and Theater Studies

Some of the required courses dramaturgy students take over their two years of graduate study include:
Dramatic Structure
Theories of Representation
Aesthetics
Dramatic Literature & Theater History
Practical Dramaturgy
The History of Set Design
New Play Development
Russian Language & Culture
The History of Soviet & Russian Cinema
19th and 20th-Century Russian Literature
The History of Russian Art & Architecture
Translation & Adaptation
Writing for Publication
Public Speaking
19th and 20th-Century Russian & European Theater
The History of the Institutional American Theater
The History of Dramatic Criticism

STAFF:

Director Scott Zigler
Administrative Director Julia Smeliansky
Associate Director Marcus Stern
Head of Voice & Speech Erika Bailey
Head of Movement Jodi Leigh Allen
Co-Head of Dramaturgy Anatoly Smeliansky
Co-Head of Dramaturgy Ryan McKittrick
Institute Associate Josh Glenn-Kayden
Technical Director Skip Curtiss
Financial Aid Janie Rangel

List of faculties:

Remo Airaldi: Acting
Jodi Leigh Allen: Movement
Donna Ames: Singing
Erika Bailey: Voice and Speech
Robert Brustein: Criticism, Dramaturgy
Thomas Derrah: Acting
Boyko Dossev: Ballet
Tatyana Gassel: Russian Language and Culture
David Hammond: Acting, Shakespeare
Adrienne Hawkins: Social Dance
Stephanie Heroux: Jazz Technique
Arthur Holmberg: Theater History, Dramaturgy
Will Lebow: Voice-Over
Ryan McKittrick: Dramaturgy, Dramatic Literature
Robert Najarian: Combat
Marin Orlosky Randow: Movement
Diane Paulus: Theater Practice
Elaine Purcell: Singing
Michaela Rosen: On Camera
Brendan Shea: Adaptation
Anatoly Smeliansky: Theater History, Dramaturgy
Julia Smeliansky: History of Set Design, Translation
Marcus Stern: Acting
Tommy Thompson: Alexander Technique
Robert Walsh: Combat
Sam Weisman: Director of Professional Development
Scott Zigler: Acting, Dramaturgy

CONTACT

Administrative Offices:
617.495.2668
Monday - Friday, 9-6PM
OBERON: 617.496.8004

TICKETS

Loeb Drama Center
617.547.8300
Tuesday - Sunday, noon-5PM
OBERON
Open 1 hour before curtain
1/2 hour before curtain for The Donkey Show
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