Master of Arts in Theater
A Bachelor’s degree in theatre, dance, circus arts or an equivalent diploma is required to access the Master’s admission procedure. The “sur dossier” enrolment is possible for candidates with proven artistic experience at a professional level. Admission to the Masters is subject to evaluation.
Master application fee
CHF 50.– Fr.
CHF 150.– Fr.
CHF 1200.– (non-refundable)
Raiffeisen Bank, 6653 Verscio
IBAN CH37 8080 8003 1410 9010 4
Registered to: Accademia Teatro Dimitri, 6653 Verscio
The admission procedure 2021/2022 is open:
Master of Arts in Theatre specialization Physical Theatre
Master of Arts in Theatre specialization Teatro di Figura: Material, Object and Puppet Theatre”
- Application form
- Admission examination
Candidates must send the application form below, completed in all its parts, enclosing the required documentation (important indications on the application terms and on the form can be found on the side).
Evaluations of applications will be communicated by 30 April 2021. Admitted candidates are invited to the admission exams in Verscio.
2- Admission examination
Admitted candidates are invited to take part in the admission examination, which takes place at the Academy’s premises and consists of a practical examination and a personal interview.
The practical examination (approx. 120 min.) requires skills in theatre improvisation, movement and composition. Individual interviews with the Examination Board (approx. 45 min.) relate to the content of the application.
Candidates who have successfully passed the admission examination will be contacted and invited to complete their enrolment in the course of study usually by midst of July with the signing of the Study Contract.
Go to the Admission Enrollment procedure for admitted students.
Application deadline 2021/2022
- 26 March 2021
Admission examinations in Verscio
- 1-3 May 2021
Start of the academic year 2021/2022
- 13 September 2021
A topic related to one’s own body and its physicality is the starting point for an artistic research leading to a theatrical creation presented to an audience.