Royal Welsh College to hold first graduate showcase in New York
Students from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama will perform for agents and casting directors in New York next month, when the school holds its first graduate showcase in the US.
The showcase, which is specifically for US and Canadian students who graduated from the college this year, will feature 12 students.
Principal Hilary Boulding said: “The Royal Welsh College has always been an outward-looking institution. Diversity and cultural exchange is fundamental to the past, current and future success of our students.”
She added that the new strand of its drama programme would allow the college “to reach out internationally and celebrate our students’ talents in the heart of America’s theatreland”.
The showcase will be performed at the Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre in September.
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