Beginning & Advanced Acting
In the beginner levels, students learn the basics of theatre terminology, as well as understanding the basic concepts of acting. All instruction is based in the theories of Sanford Meisner, and focuses on the reality of doing, text analysis and character development. Other teaching theories and teachers are also explored in order to give the student a working knowledge of all accepted acting concepts. Classes also explore improvisation, basic voice and speech techniques, and warm ups and theatre games.
In the advanced level, students can take part in the Pittsburgh Public Theatre’s Shakespeare Monologue and Scene Contest, and work on the vital skills and repertoire necessary to gain entry to the top college and university theatre programs. $112/semester (Each year has 4 semesters)
Master Audition Class
A must for any student with an interest in auditioning for Acting or Musical Theatre college programs.
We prepare you with a step-by-step process to pick the best material and prepare it fully. Help is also provided in picking the school and program that best suits the student as well as scheduling college auditions. Guest teachers with intimate knowledge of the College audition process spend time in group and individual sessions with students. $130/semester (Each year has 4 semesters)