Acting Classes in Nanuet

5 or 10 Performing-Arts Classes at Antonia Arts Inc. (Up to 54% Off)

Antonia Arts Academy

Peekskill

$75 $35

Variety of classes for both children and adults include acting and theater movement classes, tap and ballet, and adult theater dance

Two, Four, or Six Acting Classes at Children's Acting Academy (Up to 73% Off)

Children's Acting Academy

New Rochelle

$120 $35

Acting classes for children and teenagers focus on acting naturally, embodying a character, and monologue work

1 or 3 News-Broadcasting Classes or 4 Business Classes at New York Acting School for Film and Television (Up to 81% Off)

New York Acting School for Film and Television

Upper West Side

$150 $29

Aspiring journalists learn how to report and anchor TV news; The Business of Acting offers actors' the chance to meet an agent or manager

$240 for a Six-Week Acting Class with Reading for a Casting Director ($480 Value)

Sedgwick - Russell Acting Classes

Theater District - Times Square

$480 $240

Classes prepare beginner and advanced adult students for auditions with cold readings, script analysis and monologue work

One or Three One-Hour Private Acting Lessons at Private Coaching for Actors (Up to 69% Off)

Private Coaching for Actors

$85 $29

Accomplished actor Victoria Mack shares her experience on stage and screen with students during private sessions

4-Week Acting Class at The Kymberle Project (56% Off)

The Kymberle Project

Redeem from Home

$50 $22

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With directors, talent agents, and professional performers composing the faculty, it's no wonder the students at Class Act Studios spend much of their class time in front of the camera. With courses geared specifically toward kids, tweens, teens, and adults, the studio covers fields of study ranging from commercial work to film acting. Soap-opera and sitcom classes equip actors with genre-specific skills, such as how to expertly mimic the sound of a live studio audience. Improv and scene-study courses help students inhabit any scenario, with or without a script. Instructors even run private tutoring sessions and birthday parties that thrust invited friends in front of the camera.

77 Tarrytown Rd
White Plains,
NY
US

Catherine and Adrienne, the seasoned performers and educators at Kids With A Voice, LLC, cultivate dancing, singing, and acting skills in children of all ages. Whether kids develop their creative talents in group classes or one-on-one lessons, they benefit from the tutelage and experience of these motivated instructors.

372 East Allendale Avenue
Allendale,
NJ
US

For two days, young performers experience what it's like to audition for a Broadway show. They take on the challenging roles of professional actors, singers, and dancers, while training with coaches and auditioning their skills. The structure of these weekends mirrors actual Broadway auditions, but in reality they are Journey to Broadway's signature theater workshops.

The mock auditions and training sessions take place in a group environment, which allows students to learn from each other's work. Instructors watch and give each young performer ample hands-on coaching. The faculty includes working professionals such as award-winning choreographer Danielle Brennan, known for her expertise in training young dancers, David Hibbard, whose students have performed on Broadway, and Emily Hsu, a triple threat who has graced the Playbills of a dozen Broadway shows.

257 East Ridgewood Avenue
Ridgewood,
NJ
US

Rising Stars Performing Arts Company founder and artistic director Laura A. Rizzo knows firsthand the benefits of a fine-arts education. Wielding a master’s degree in educational theater and dance from New York University as well as experience on and off Broadway, she has helmed more than 130 children’s shows in which she's helped youngsters develop social skills, increase their community awareness, and spice up dinner conversation with iambic pentameter. Rizzo and her staff of instructors from diverse performance backgrounds lead students toward their artistic goals, whether they dream of dancing competitively or joining the cast of a Broadway musical.

600 N Broadway
Yonkers,
NY
US

When done right, a theatrical performance can change its audience. It can move them, call them to action, or rally them around a specific cause. With this in mind, OnStage Leadership's instructors use techniques from the world of theater to help non-actors connect with a crowd, including business executives, managers, and freelancers. OnStage Leadership's team keeps most of what happens during their workshops a secret, but participants emerge more confident and with stronger stage presence.

575 Manor Lane
Pelham Manor,
NY
US

In print and online, Back Stage aims to organize a flood of information on casting calls, audition advice, and breaking industry news into a resource both aspiring and working actors can turn to daily. Tips on snagging representation, choosing headshots, and managing on-set frustration all help subscribers make the most of thousands of entertainment job listings for roles in commercials, films, and major state senates. In major cities around the country, Actorfest delivers its advice and opportunities in the flesh via intensive workshops, casting calls, and meetings with industry pros.

770 Broadway
New York,
NY
US