THEATERMAKERS SUMMER INTENSIVE
2020 Program Update
Due to COVID-19, the 2020 O’Neill Summer Season will take place entirely online.
A modified, four-week Theatermakers program will be held online, utilizing NTI’s unique distance-learning approach July 3-31.
Our core mission remains the same: constant practice, essential training, mentorship, and collaborative opportunities that yield original work. Transitioning online means that we will have the ability and the classes to support work in a variety of mediums, providing additional skills tuned to virtual theater making, filmmaking, podcasts, devising, and providing solid professional development so that you are ready when it is time to get back in the rehearsal room.
Students have been informed of this change and their enrollment options directly.
Please email for program details.
EXPERIENCE THE PROCESS OF CREATING NEW WORK ALONGSIDE RENOWNED DEVELOPMENTAL CONFERENCES.
Comes to life each week written, directed, and performed by the Theatermakers ensemble. Your work is given public presentations as part of the O'Neill's summer season. Theatermakers enables you to perform in at least six new shows throughout the summer. Conferring 8 credit hours, the Theatermakers Summer Intensive is offered over six weeks June-July.
Provided through daily master classes and workshops. Train with award-winning professionals and emerging artists who help guide you through the rigorous practice of producing your own work each week.
CULTIVATE PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Through assistantships and observerships while creating new work with the National Playwrights Conference and the National Music Theater Conference. Additionally, you also gain exposure to the latest developments in the arts of Puppetry, Criticism, and Cabaret.
The National Puppetry Conference provides a meeting and creating ground for master artisans to pass their craft and ingenuity to new artists in the field of puppetry. Each June, participants gather from across the globe to create works that defy the bounds of contemporary theater and the imagination.
The National Playwrights Conference's process of public, script-in-hand staged readings pioneered the model for new play development, establishing an industry standard now seen in theaters around the world and continues innovating today.