Training young people in the art of acting with a unique combination of commitment, consciousness, and curriculum, Actors Playground is an artistic sanctuary for young people. A place of knowledge, creativity, discovery, and support that stands unmatched by any studio of it's kind. The modern acting industry is prevalent with Playground students and alumni who are working actors, directors, producers, and writers. Live the dream!
Actors Playground School of Theatre is a conservatory style studio that offers the highest level of professional training in the art of acting for all mediums and for all ages. The Playground's friendly and creative atmosphere provides a strong foundation of encouragement and trust that allows its students to gain confidence in their work and challenge themselves uncluttered to explore their creative imagination. With classes taught by highly qualified and passionate theatre professionals, The Playground's curriculum is cutting edge and covers a vast array of subjects, including the styles and techniques of Joseph Hart, Uta Hagen, Stanislavski, and Sanford Meisner. Camera technique, commercial work, dialects, voice overs, improvisation, scene study, auditioning, voice, and movement are all extensively covered at the school. The Playground is also a place where aspiring actors can network about industry opportunities and projects, where young playwrights and filmmakers can have readings and hold auditions, where actors can audition for some of the industry’s best agents and managers, and where well-known actors come to teach seminars. Artists work together and support each other at this school. Dissension of any kind is not tolerated. Classes meet once a week, and are offered Monday through Saturday. Each class is $140 a month. Unlimited private sessions for enrolled students are always free.
Actors Playground is proud to be the home of the Playground Theatre Project which is a troupe of well trained and socially conscious young actors who travel to schools of all grade levels, churches, youth groups, community centers, libraries, museums, and theaters across America performing original social issue plays concerning violence, racism, human rights, bullying, and teen suicide. Learn more about PTP HERE