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New Regulations

Accademia Internazionale di Teatro A.Y. 2018/2019

The entertainment sector, constantly evolving and subjected to the pressure of increasingly diversified competitive scenarios, requires professionalism and qualification especially in the training phase. It is therefore fundamental to promote unique, innovative study paths aimed at creating employment opportunities through the renewal of expressive styles, experimentation and the deepening of new artistic languages.

The Academic Programs adopted for the A.Y. 2018/2019 from the International Accademia Internazionale di Teatro, pursuant to art. 11 of Presidential Decree 212/2005 which defines the characteristics of the Institutions of Higher Artistic Training, responds to the needs of the labor market in the entertainment world with a practical and theoretical training in the round and, thanks to the recognition of the Bachelor in Performing Arts, opens a wide window on employment prospects ranging from the most strictly performing activities, to teaching, from collaboration with social and health structures, to the Theater in the company, up to the planning and organization of cultural events.


Training Objectives

a) Mastery and knowledge of vocal and physical instruments.
b) Mastery of the Italian language and its pronunciation. (Prose acting)
c) Mastery of the actor's interpretative and performative processes. (Research and experimentation)
d) Mastery of dramaturgical techniques.
e) Mastery of directing and screenwriting techniques.
f) Knowledge of musical language and its applications.
g) Mastery of cultural marketing strategies.

Job Prospects

a) Theater of prose, research and tradition. b) Film, television and radio productions. (Acting in camera) c) Live show in all its forms (Prose – Dance Theater - Musical). d) Theater Pedagogy (Workshop - Theater Courses). e) Theater animation (Storytelling theater - Figure theater - Gestural theater). f) Theater in social and theater in company (Theater therapy - Dramatherapy - Management of relational dynamics)

Regulation of Theatre Academies MIUR-AFAM

The course is characterized by different educational activities: workshops, lectures, seminars, exercises; from individual or group study activities and performative activities, rehearsals and performances. Each student must consider himself, during the course of study, available for all activities, ordinary and extraordinary, both teaching and entertainment and experimentation. The hours of the institutional courses range from 5 to 8 hours of lessons every day from Monday to Friday. Each individual course follows its own specific class schedule with periods of one morning and / or afternoon depending on the individual and / or group workload. Timetables can be intensified (oral and evening and weekend) during the preparation stages of the exams and of the performative and production activities. Each quarter of the study ends with the writing and staging of performances or interpretive demonstrations that involve intense work rhythms also during the evening hours and on weekends. Attendance to didactic and performing activities is mandatory. Continuous and unjustified absence leads to exclusion from courses. The absence in the periods of rehearsals of the shows or the shows themselves is a reason for definitive exclusion from the Academy. The percentage of presences necessary for the fulfillment of the obligation can not be less than 80% of the total educational activities, excluding the individual and / or group study.


The program of study of the Acting Academy - Acting school of Rome has been approved by the European Acting Academy (Syllabi for the Actor European Training): Art.7 of the 3/4/08, starting from A.Y. 2011/2012 of the Acting Academy - International Theatre School - Rome.