Weekly Classes | All Skill Levels
If you’re new to performance and looking for continued study, A Class Act NY offers ongoing performing arts courses throughout the fall, winter, and spring semesters. All classes are taught by prominent Broadway and On-Camera veterans and culminate in a showcase for loved ones and Talent Reps.
Payment plans are available, please contact us for more information!
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Ages 10+ | All Skill Levels | Saturdays, Sept. 22 - Dec. 15 | 11 AM - 12:30 PM | $75 per class
You MUST register for this class in advance. Class is capped at 16 students. Sign up for one class or multiple classes! Register as late as the morning of class!
Instructor: On-Camera & Broadway Actor Morgan Weed (THE GREATEST SHOWMAN, PERSON OF INTEREST, ELEMENTARY)
Focus of Class: Learn how to nail cold read commercial auditions and how to improv for the camera. Moreover, learn how to quickly analyze commercial copy and find the acting beats within the text to make a lasting impression in the audition room and how to identify clues within the text as well as physical techniques that allow you to deliver material in a way that will set you apart in auditions.
Final Showcase: The final class will feature a showcase for family, friends, and scouting Talent Reps!
Ages 15 - 20 | All Skill Levels | Sundays, Nov. 4 - Dec. 16 | 11 AM - 1 PM | $675.00
Instructor: Broadway Actor Lauren ‘Coco’ Cohn and 3 University Admissions Officers from PACE, MARYMOUNT MANHATTAN & RIDER UNIVERSITY.
Focus of Class: Work on college audition technique, find audition material suitable for each individual, create a solid pre-screen that sets you apart, and receive feedback and coaching from the college admissions officers.
Final Showcase: Class will culminate with a showcase for loved ones and college admin officers.
Ages 7-11 | All Skill Levels | Sundays, Nov. 4 - Dec. 16 | 1 - 2:30 PM | $635.00
Instructor: Broadway Actor Sean Patrick Doyle (KINKY BOOTS, LA CAGE AUX FOLLES)
Focus of Class: Gain musical theatre history and a great overview of Broadway styles, work on honing acting technique through scene-work, and hone your singing, vocal and dance abilities.
Final Showcase: Session culminates with a final showcase for family, friends as well as Talent Reps in which students have an opportunity to showcase their talent.
Payment Plans Available – please call our office at 212.315.3010 or email here to set up a payment plan today!