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NIDA embraces Midnight Feast in preparation for the Sydney Opera House

NIDA embraces Midnight Feast in preparation for the Sydney Opera House

6 November 2017 The National Institute of Dramatic Art has been supporting independent theatre company Midnight Feast, who are using a rehearsal space provided in-kind by NIDA for their upcoming performance at the Sydney Opera House.

Creatures, fairies and monsters come out at NIDA VET Showcase

15 November 2017 NIDA students undertaking the Diploma of Screen and Media (Specialist Make-up Services) showcased their final prosthetics and make-up work across two events in November. The results are astounding.

Collaboration at heart of NIDA role in Sydney Culture Network

15 November 2017 The National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) is an important member of The Sydney Culture Network, alongside 27 leading cultural institutions.
Taylor Hill on set

Our first-ever female BFA Staging graduand prepares to launch her career

18 October 2017 Taylor Hill, Bachelor of Fine Arts (Staging) year three student, is working on a revolving stage for the October student production of Fraternal. Come December, she will be the first female ever to graduate from the degree.
Can NIDA’s The Country Wife still speak to today’s gender agenda?

Can NIDA’s The Country Wife still speak to today’s gender agenda?

24 October 2017 Opening at the Parade Theatre at National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) tonight, the student production of The Country Wife, directed by Belvoir Artistic Associate Tom Wright, celebrates female liberation.
NIDA Open welcomes Creative Ambassadors from across Australia

NIDA Open Schools reveals 2018 highlights

24 October 2017 In 2018, NIDA Open Schools is offering an array of new initiatives and popular programs for both students and teachers.
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