Dramatic Arts Classes | Advanced
ACANY’s Advanced Dramatic Arts programs expose students to a variety of acting techniques that will hone actors’ creativity and give them the tools necessary to succeed on stage. These are intensive programs that prepare students for professional acting careers. At the conclusion of their training, individuals are prepared to work on a wide range of material and in a variety of venues
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Ages 12 and up | Sunday, Apr. 15, 22, 29, May 6, 13, 20
Instructor: Broadway, Voice-Over, and On-Camera Actor and Producer, Ashley Kate Adams (Broadway’s LA CAGE AUX FOLLES, UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDT, RULES OF COOL)
Students will learn about Ann Bogart’s approach to acting, viewpoints, which is where an actor utilizes their body and pace to create meaning.
They will utilize the 6 viewpoints: space, time, shape, emotion, movement, story to create their own pieces and apply them to monologues and scenes. At the end of the 6-week session, students will present their scene work to family, friends and a few Talent Reps!
The class is geared toward young actors who are serious about their work. A considerable amount of memorization and homework will be required. LEARN MORE
All New Students | Ages 5-19 | Sunday, January 6 | 11AM-2PM | Cost: Free
Sold Out! Join The Waitlist! We may be opening more spots!
New students are invited to join A Class Act NY, the award-winning acting studio, for a FREE day full of activities! Work with some of our wonderful instructors, get all of your questions answered, and see what separates ACANY from the rest!
Spend part of the day with us or the full day!
Sample an on-camera class, a musical theatre class, scene study and improv and/or a voice-over program!
ACANY is holding auditions for our Advanced Weekly Classes, Agent & Manager Showcase, February Cabaret, and our Summer Pre-Professional Program on Saturday, Jan. 12 and Monday, Jan. 21 (No School – MLK Day).
All Actors Must Prepare: One-minute monologue from a published play.
• Note: you do not need to prepare a monologue for the Cabaret audition
Singers: If you are a singer, please sing 32 bars a cappella of a musical theatre song.
• Note: if you are NOT a singer, please disregard this.