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I'm 28 and living in Los Angeles after graduating from undergrad in 2014 with a screenwriting major. I've been acting for a while and have been lucky enough to get co-star and guest star roles on shows. I'm applying to RADA for a new experience and a deeper understanding of acting. However, the undergrad vs. graduate acting courses appear very different. It seems the undergrad (3 years) focuses on theatre AND film/tv, whereas the graduate (1 year) program just focuses on all aspects of theatre. I'm interested in learning skills that I can apply to film/tv but already have an undergrad degree in the U.S. Does anyone have experience with either the RADA Acting BA or the Theatre Lab MA?
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