This New York teen acting school has a long list of successful alumni that have performed on TV, film and Broadway, including Gillian Zinser (90210), Katelyn Tarver (Big Time Rush) and Jon Seda (Emmy winner The Pacific, Treme, Homicide, Selena).
ACTeen offers NY teen acting classes focused on screen acting for teens. Among teen acting schools, this was the first screen acting academy countrywide to train teens ages 13-15 and 16-20.
Students learn the intimacy of working in front of the camera through film and TV courses, as well as 12 electives including improv, scene study, monologues, movement, voice, speech, Shakespeare, musical theatre, commercials, voice overs, auditioning, directing and screenwriting.
ACTeen students benefit from a rigorous training and small class sizes (8-12 students max ) that provide individualized instruction and career guidance for focused young actors. Teens get up to work in every class.
This New York teen acting school is staffed entirely by working professionals, guest actors and casting directors.
Students receive professional guidance, college monologue prep, audition sides’ coaching, and participate in Film Casting Director Seminars.
ACTeen also organizes competitive industry showcases for select alumni (faculty recommendation required). Many successful alumni (see list below) got their first representation through this New York teen acting school’s industry showcases.
Courses are $350 for 8 sessions. Various discounts for multiple courses or full-time (i.e. Summer) programs.
Limited. Available thru the Will Sears Foundation (request audition information).
Fall, Winter, Spring Terms by interview. Call several weeks before start of the term. Four Summer Programs require Summer Application and audition interview, though video chat auditions may substitute for on site appointments.
This New York teen acting school was the winner of Backstage Magazines Readers Choice Award for “Favorite Acting Coach/Courses for Teens” in 2011 and 2010.
Hundreds of former students are working on screen (According to Jim, ER, Boston Public, etc.) and on stage (Beauty and the Beast, Spamalot, etc.)