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Tips For finding a Good Theatrical School
Theatrical schooling is a critical component of an actor or actress's career planning. For this reason, it is very important to find a performing arts school that is a good match for your interests and needs. Consider the following tips as you research potential schools:

Tip #1: Decide what you want to get from the school.
Not all theatrical schools are created equally. For example, some may simply provide weekend sessions for the acting aficionado. Others, however, may be part of an accredited higher education load, and can provide students with college degrees upon completion. Consider the benefits of formal schooling with experienced coaches and certified trainers over schools that provide access to a hobby.

Tip #2: Select a specialty.
Another thing to keep in mind as you search is the specialty within the theatrical school or its instructors. For example, some performing arts schools may focus on music or musical theater. Others may specialize in opera and formal vocal training. If you want broader options, consider a school that offers classes in stage direction and production, prop and set design, and other less mainstream theatrical courses.

Tip #3: Understand financial obligations.
The type of school on which you decide upon will also dictate the cost and financial obligations you may face. Private institutions may be much more expensive. Some, on the other hand, may have a strong donor base allowing the opportunity for scholarships and grants for some students. Public institutions and colleges will be less expensive, and possibly better suited for students who will need to accept education loans in order to pursue the career.

 
 
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The Barrow Group
312 W 36th St Fl 3rd, New York, NY 10018
New York City Acting School and Off-Broadway Theatre Company. TBG offers professional and teen acting classes, including scene study, monologue, script analysis, solo-show, directing, and film/tv class.
(212) 760-2615
Bardy Ted Acting Studio
153 W 27th St, New York, NY 10001
Offering motivated beginners, as well as advanced actors and working professionals, a unique, accelerated 3 phase program in acting techniques. Our courses allow individuals to expand their acting skills.
(212) 725-7575
Performers Theatre Workshop
1 S Pierson Rd, Maplewood, NJ 07040
We provide the highest caliber of performing arts education to students of all ages and abilities. Our school also fosters individual growth in a caring, supportive artistic community.
(973) 327-2250
Anita Ehrler's Dance Extensions
208 Hawthorne Ave, Park Ridge, NJ 07656
(201) 391-1986
Class ACT Studios
77 Tarrytown Rd, White Plains, NY 10607
(914) 946-3391
Look Sharp Performing Arts Center The
25 N Spruce St, Ramsey, NJ 07446
(201) 818-1918
ATC Studios
68 Union Ave, Clifton, NJ 07011
(973) 772-6998
Acting Studio The
8 W 75th St, New York, NY 10023
(212) 580-6600
Circle In The Square
1633 Broadway Lowr C01, New York, NY 10019
(212) 307-0388
Michael Howard Studios
152 W 25th St Fl 10, New York, NY 10001
(212) 645-1525
Maggie Flanigan Studio Inc
153 W 27th St Ste 803, New York, NY 10001
(917) 606-0982
Actors Connection
630 9th Ave, New York, NY 10036
(212) 977-6666
Donelli Acting Class
312 W 36th St, New York, NY 10018
(323) 633-3335
Beverly Hills Playhouse Acting School: New York
354 W 45th St, New York, NY 10036
(646) 200-5790
Ted Bardy Acting Studio
150 W 28th St Ste 601, New York, NY 10001
(212) 725-7575


Theatrical schools are great places for aspiring actors interested in learning the art and craft of theatre acting, drama, and the performing arts. While many colleges will offer a few courses in this department, there are also institutes specifically dedicated to theatre study for those who know they're destined to be acting. To start your search for which route is right for you, consider going online and searching for keywords relevant to your desires. For example, if you're interested in stage acting, you might include “drama training school,” “performing art school,” or “theatrical program.” If you're interested in studying it on the side, try “college performing arts programs,” “acting training and classes,” and “theater dance and sing workshops.” The results will be vast for every search, so be sure to dedicate enough time to decide what's right for you. In addition to entire schools dedicated to the art of acting, there are also small studios and lesson plans for kids, young adults, and even seniors! After all, there is no age limit on characters. When you find a few establishments you like, visit their website or call their phone number for more information. Try to discover how long they've been in business, what their philosophy is, and what their customer service is like. Pay close attention to this if you're enrolling your children into a program; the last thing you want is a poorly qualified coach or teacher becoming irritated with your child. Spend time searching for reviews of the teachers before committing. Once you're happy with a school or program, consider making an appointment to meet with their representative in person. Overall, you just want to have a good sense of the people and location, shared excitement from the teachers, and an enjoyable experience.
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