Our 6 yr old daughter attended the Cabaret camp and absolutely loved it from start to finish. She didn’t want camp to end. Everyone involved with this organization is top-notch. Our daughter learned so much in just one week thanks to the professional, yet fun atmosphere the directors and assistants provided. Thank you ACANY!
A Class Act NY is a professional, well executed and extremely beneficial place for budding artists. Due to the distance, we have not had our child attend as many workshops as we would have liked, but the few that we attended have been outstanding and truly worth our time and money.
My son attended the Agent Industry Showcase last month. He received 6 calls the following day! So far we have signed with Lil Angels Unlimited Management. The showcase was extremely organized and I loved how they warmed the kids up and did some fun things to calm their nerves before their performance.
Cast member The Addams Family on Broadway
A Class Act NY is a great way to learn Broadway technique from real Broadway stars. I just did my first workshop, and in six months I was working in one of the biggest Broadway shows that year! Great things can happen, and A Class Act can help make these great things happen for you too!
I absolutely loved training at A Class Act NY; well worth the trip from Scotland! I learned so much in a short time. Thank you so much for having me and can’t wait to come back!
In The News
The New York Times
“Of the 154 students enrolled in A Class Act NY’s musical theater camps this summer, artistic director Jessica Rofe said, two are flying in with their parents from Japan, two are coming from South Korea and one is arriving from China, for a week of vocal training, stage combat lessons and the chance to make their debuts on an Off Broadway stage at the end of the session. A Class Act NY encourages parents from abroad to sign their children up for its musical theater weeks and to avoid Thespian Theater camp, which focuses on script analysis and character development, and requires more sophisticated English skills.” Check out the full article here!
The Wall Street Journal
Brynne Norquist isn’t taking any chances with her audition for a new Broadway revival of “Annie.” The eight-year-old with a moon face and blond pigtails got rid of her friendship bracelet so she won’t fiddle with it during her tryout. She worked on her performance style with a private coach (Jessica Rofé of A Class Act NY.) She attended a workshop to perfect her song, “Born to Entertain,” under the steady gaze of other wannabe orphans.
“She wants to be a Broadway icon,” said her mother, Lauren Norquist of Irvington, N.Y.
Check out the full article and video here!
CBS News Named A Class Act NY as a top Broadway Camp for Kids and Teens! Check out the article here!
2014 Backstage Readers’ Choice Awards
“They’re here! After two months of taking nominations from you, the Backstage readers, the nominees for the 2014 Readers’ Choice Awards are finally in! Starting Aug. 1, you’ll have until Aug. 14 to cast your votes for your favorites. Check back here in August for more details on the voting process. In the meantime, here are some nominees who made the cut! Best NYC Acting Class For Kids : A Class Act NY : The Award Winning Acting Studio For Kids And Teens. Congratulations!”