Atlanta Acting Schools

Looking for Atlanta acting schools? Just browse these listings of acting schools and acting classes in Atlanta to find the perfect Georgia acting schools for you.

Here you’ll find all the information you need to choose where to study to become an actor in Georgia. Most of our listings of Atlanta acting schools include information on classes available, acting methods, performance opportunities, career preparation, degree earned, tuition fees and financial aid opportunities.

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Oglethorpe University

This is one of the Atlanta acting schools that offer strong performance opportunities. Classes include theatre history, characterization, directing, stagecraft and Shakespeare acting.

Performance opportunities: One of the only acting schools in Atlanta to provide students with such performamce opportunities, thanks to a professional theater company in residence and state of the art 500-seat theatre. The theatre department puts up 5 full productions each year, as well as lab performances.

Career preparation: Internships available at Atlanta professional theatres. This GA acting school also offers workshops to help students build a career in the entertainment industry. Through a professional theater company in residence, Georgia Shakespeare, students have an opportunity to work with guest directors and other professionals.

Degree: BA in Theater.

Financial Aid: In addition to other aid, several scholarships are available, including the Georgia Shakespeare scholarship, a full-tuition award.

What you’ll need to apply: Application form and fee, test scores and transcripts, letter of recommendation and essay.


Actor’s Breakthrough Studio

Emmy Award Winner GregAlan Williams offers acting classes in Atlanta for all ages, from children actors (starting at 4 years old) to teens and adults. Acting coaching and critique is available for all levels, from working professionals to beginners, as well as private coaching in studio or online.

Career preparation: Audition and personnalized career development workshops, as well as Q&As on the acting business. Child actor enrollment includes a seminar for parents on the business and the entertainment industry.

What you’ll need to apply: There is a one-time enrollment fee and students must audition for class placement.


The Company Acting Studio

Among Atlanta acting schools, the Company Acting Studio offers acting classes for adults, teens and kids of all levels.

Most classes meet once a week for 3 months and include voice, movement, improv, scene study, monologues, screen acting and commercial techniques. Intermediate actors also focus on acting in the moment and script analysis. Advanced actors can take the scene study/camera class for professional actors that includes performance work.

The Company Acting Studio also offers one hour kids acting classes or a more intensive training conservatory with 2 classes a week and performances, in addition to summer acting camps.

Actors can also take intensive masterclasses on the weekend for both adults and kids 7 and up.

Performance opportunities:

Studio members perform in some of the 6 plays produced at the in-house 100-seat theater.

Students from the masterclass perform in front of other students every other month and in front of an invited audience twice during the year.

The children summer acting camps wrap up with a performance.

The kids and teens conservatory also offers performance opportunities.

Career preparation:

These acting classes in Atlanta include auditioning technique training and learning about the industry. Actors can also take business of acting seminars and special audition workshops.

What you’ll need to apply: Filled out registration form and payment for Level 1. Intermediate and advanced actors need to provide a resume, audition and interview to get in the advanced classes.


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