Weekly Classes | Intermediate to Advanced Classes

Are you ready to be challenged? A Class Act NY’s intermediate to advanced programs are for serious students who are seeking to take their skills to the next level. While there is no audition required to participate, all intermediate to advanced students must have taken classes or performed in shows at reputable institutions in the past. Many of our the intermediate to advanced classes end in showcases for loved ones and 10 scouting Agents and Managers. A considerable amount of homework will be required.

Payment plans are available, please contact us for more information.

 

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March 2020

AUDITIONS: Advanced 6-Week Classes, Spring Agent & Manager Showcase and Summer Pre-Professional Programs

A Class Act NY, 200 West 60th Street #28E
New York, NY 10023 United States
March 9 @ 3:30 pm - 7:30 pm EDT

Audition Date: Monday, March 9
Where: A Class Act NY, 200 W 60th St in #28-E
Time: 3:30 PM-7:30 PM

For Students Interested in Participating in the Following Programs:

The May 20th Agent & Manager Showcase

6-Week Spring Advanced Spring Scene Study Class

The Pre-Professional Program (2 Sessions in July & August)

Audition Guidelines Click Here!

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April 2020

6-Week By Audition or Invite Only Scene Study: Great American Playwrights Past & Present

Pearl Studios, 500 8th Ave
New York, NY 10018 United States
April 26 @ 11:00 am - June 7 @ 1:00 pm EDT

Ages 12-19 | By Audition or Invite Only | Sundays, April 26- June 7 | 11 AM - 1 PM | Cost: 675.00

Payment Plans & Make-Up Class Available – please call our office at 212.315.3010 or email here to set up a payment plan today!

Broadway & On-Camera Instructor: John Patrick Hayden (TARTUFFE, LAW & ORDER SVU, DAREDEVIL)

Audition Info: Perform a one minute monologue and email it to  auditions@aclassactny.com (self-tape guidelines HERE)

This class is geared toward advanced teen actors who are serious about their work.

Throughout this 6-week course, actors will perform scenes written by the greatest American playwrights, both past and present! Each student will get to work on two different scenes from two different eras in American Theatre History.

The overall objective of the class is to help actors improve their technique and learn how to approach both classical and contemporary texts.

Final Showcase: Each student will present two scenes from each era in the final class for family friends, and a few talent reps!

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