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The National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts Presents
or What You Will
By William Shakespeare
The Ensemble: Nick Freriks, Nhea Durousseau, Kara Eileen, Jillian Johannes, Ellen Schiavone, and Alix Heugas
Faculty Director: Natalie Cutcher
As Shakespeare's most fascinating comic heroine, Viola turns personal tragedy and loss into a life-changing experience for herself and those she comes to love. Yes, there will be a storm, twins, mistaken identities, and – above all – music, the food of love. Join us for an enchanting and poetic journey of discovery.
Performances: Novemeber 9 @ 8pm (IDR)
November 10 @ 7:30pm
November 11 @ 3pm & 7:30pm
Reservations: Tickets are FREE and reservations are strongly suggested as seating is very limited. Call 202.333.2202 (landline) or email NFicca@TheConservatory.org
We've been preparing people for careers in acting since 1975. Graduates enter the job market with a strong foundation in the craft of acting, the business savvy to be successful in a competitive market, and a network of professional contacts.
Students work closely with a faculty of professional actors, directors, producers, and playwrights who are actively working in theater, film, and television. The intensive training offered by our school can make your dream of working as an actor a reality. Tuition at NCDA is competitively priced for the area and dramatically lower than similar acting classes in LA and NYC.
At NCDA, we strive to provide students and alumni with the resources they need to be successful artists and creators. Please consider helping us further our cause with a tax-deductible donation to NCDA, a 501(c)(3) non-profit entity, through PayPal.
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Funded, in part, by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, an agency supported, in part, by the National Endowment for the Arts.
The National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts is not affiliated with the Federal Government, the District of Columbia Government, or any other state or local government. The "National" in the name of the institution refers only to our location.
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