Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
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It was established in 1904 by Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree, a leading Shakespeare producer. The managing council included Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson, Sir Arthur Wing Pinero, Sir James Barrie, W. S. Gilbert, Irene Vanbrugh and George Bernard Shaw.
 Current leadership
RADA accepts 32 new students each year onto its BA in Acting course. However, no educational requirements need to be met and admission is based purely on suitability and successful audition, now thankfully significantly less selective in its approach than during its heyday. RADA also teaches technical theatre arts through a 2 year graduate diploma course and specialist technical subjects through 4 term graduate certificate courses. Approximately 35 students are chosen each year for these courses.
RADA is administered through King's College London.
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