Theatre Stage Design consists in half by Stage Direction
The aesthetic part of a performance is along with the playing of the actor the most important elements.
The Stage Design Department educates the future Stage Designers.
A Stage Designer is responsible for the entire architecture of the stage. Its versatility, structure and balance should serve the atmosphere of the play The space where the actors will create characters, relations and diversions until the final redemption and the closing of the performance.

Stage and set design involves all the visual aspects of a production and integrates a wide spectrum of fields: creative work and spatial design, research into literature, philosophy, sociology, history, cultural and art history, and all matters concerning the technical realisation of stage sets. Artistic design, philological research and matters of practical / technical realisation are elementary aspects of the stage designer’s role within the team of a theatre production, just like communication and cooperation with the director, actors, musicians, dramaturge, technicians and, where relevant, the playwright.

The Stage Design Department is multiple and detailed. It begins by examining the basic theoretical aspects and goes until the structure details of the stage elements. The classes consist of both theory and practice. The student is able to explore the forms and attains the techniques step by step.

The students through Research and practice have the ground to give prominent results.

]…Professors (Directors and Designers) well known and active in the theatre field.
]… Extended library and video-gallery for research
]… Co-operation with the Acting Department
]… Parallel workshops of mask, marionette, puppet, lighting design and others

All the above complete the students knowledge and prepare them to enter the real theatre field.