Buy One, Get One special offer at Dell’arte!

I just got a note from dell’arte, which is an astonishing deal if you have the time and a friend who wants to do the Dell’arte Intensive.   Basically, an alumni student can bring a friend to Dell’arte, and as long as the friend pays for the class, the alumni goes free!  Which sounds more like a 50% off deal to me.

You must be a Dell’arte alumni to take advantage of this offer.
Hey PTP and MFA Alumni:

Many of the students who train at Dell’Arte tell us that they first heard about the school from an alumnus. In an effort to cultivate continued recommendations and to keep our alumni connected to the evolving work at Dell’Arte, we have developed a plan to make it possible for 3 Alumni to train for free at the 2011 4-Week DAI Summer Intensive.

If you are a PTP or MFA alumni and you would like to come to the DAI Intensive, Dell’Arte will waive the cost of your tuition ($1525.00) provided that you bring along another student who pays full price.

DAI gets invested students, your friend gets to experience the work of the school, and you get a shot in the arm, a breath of Blue Lake air, and a swim in the river. It is a win-win-win, win, win.

We have 6 spots available in the DAI Intensive for this program, which means we can accommodate 3 alumni and their guests. The DAI Intensive runs June 27 to July 22, 2011. Housing is $650/per person for the month. Each student will need to make their own travel arrangements.

If you are interested or if you have specific questions, you may contact Joe Krienke ( If you would like to read more about the 2011 DAI Intensive you may do so at this link:

Keep in mind that the Mad River Festival is also happening during this time period, here is a link to what is happening:

We would love to have you and your guest, please let me know as soon as possible if you are interested.

All the best,

Joe Krienke
Faculty/Director of Admissions
707-668-5663 x27

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