Welcome to NIDA - National Institue of Dramatic Arts
Vale Wendy Hughes10 March
The National Institute of Dramatic art is saddened to hear of the passing of celebrated Australian actress, Wendy Hughes.
Graham Henstock takes on NIDA Production6 March
Graham Henstock was appointed NIDA’s Head of Production in 2013.
NIDA stars in the Long Way Home6 March
NIDA graduates can be found among the amazing cast and crew behind Sydney Theatre Company’s hugely applauded collaboration with the Australian Defence Force, The Long Way Home. This major new work by writer Daniel Keene uses first-hand accounts to explore the Australian Defence Force's recent experiences and the impact on the lives and minds of the men and women involved.
The NIDA experience
NIDA’s practice-based approach to education and training is central to its enduring success and our students learn from the world's best artists and practitioners.More
Open Day 2014
Go behind the scenes and experience all that NIDA has to offer through workshops, performances and presentations by students and staff.More
The NIDA full-time courses are accredited higher education courses and are listed on the National Register of Higher Education Providers by the Australian Government’s Tertiary Education and Quality Standards Agency (TEQSA).More
NIDA is the Australian national theatre school, a centre of excellence in training for theatre, film and television. NIDA offers Master of Fine Arts graduate degrees in Directing and Writing for Performance.More
Courses for Young People
NIDA Open offers a range of short, holiday and term classes for young people aged 12-18 years.More
Courses for Children
NIDA Open offers a range of fun and engaging classes for young people aged 2-11 years.More