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Workshops

Overview of Upcoming Training Opportunities

SITI offers a biennial Conservatory, training studios in our New York home, a master class series in NYC, a yearly intensive at Skidmore College, and international and domestic workshops. Please see below for a listing of upcoming workshops. This list is updated as workshops are confirmed, so please keep checking back! 

 

- Fall Training in NYC: October 2 - November 3, 2017. More information here. Deadline to apply: September 11, 2017. 


- November Movement & Performance Intensive in NYC: November 6-17, 2017. Applications are now open! Rolling admissions; deadline to apply is October 31.


- Viewpoints Master Class with Anne Bogart in NYC: November 27-29, 2017. Applications are now open! Rolling admissions; deadline to apply is November 20. 


- Speaking Master Class with Ellen Lauren in NYCNovember 30-December 2, 2017. Applications are now open! Rolling admissions; deadline to apply is November 20.


- 2018 Summer Intensive at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NYJune 2018, dates tbc. Applications open Winter 2018. More information here. 


- 2018-2019 Conservatory in NYC:  October 2018-May 2019. Applications available in December 2017. More information here.



You can visit us on Facebook to learn about upcoming opportunities. We always announce confirmed dates for workshops on social media as soon as we can, and following us on these platforms is a good way to hear about it first.

Questions?

SITI has a small staff handling inquiries about upcoming workshops. Please feel free to contact us, but please peruse the ConservatoryMaster Class, and FAQ pages first, as it might be the fastest way to get an answer to your question. 

Please send questions to training(at)siti.org or call (212) 868-0860 x104. 



“This has been one of the most intense, brilliant, life-changing, inspirational and growing experiences of my life. I will treasure the learning and new awareness throughout my career and cannot wait to add them. I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending this training to committed theater practitioners.” 

—Ali Kennedy Scott, Saratoga 2012