The Atlantic Acting School, which operates as a private conservatory and an undergraduate program in conjunction with New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, fosters new generations of theater artists and audiences by creating student ensembles that allow emerging actors to hone their craft in a safe yet challenging environment.
Atlantic alumni and faculty can be seen in films, on television and in theaters world-wide. There are many ways to train with us. Below are a myriad of ways to engage with us as a theater student:
The Full-Time Conservatory is a two-and-a-half-year program which provides actors with a solid acting technique, professional habits, performance experience, and support in entering the profession. Amelia Rose Blaire of HBO’s True Blood and Nick Stevenson of Netflix’s Orange Is The New Black are graduates of the program. Previous guest teachers include David Mamet, F. Murray Abraham, Bryan Greenberg and Elizabeth Olsen.
The Evening Conservatory is designed for actors who are looking for concentrated, rigorous training in the Atlantic Technique but are unable to commit to a daytime schedule.
The Lab at Atlantic is our part-time Conservatory, designed to give students with busy schedules the opportunity to study and build a foundation in the Atlantic Technique and philosophy. This program offers opportunities for actors to work closely with industry professionals and refine their skills in a variety of creative formats.
SPRING COMPREHENSIVE – A 6-week program designed to give students a basic foundation in the Atlantic Technique
SUMMER INTENSIVE – Offering comprehensive training, this rigorous 6-week intensive immerses students in an accelerated curriculum which mirrors that of the first semester conservatory instruction
SUMMER IN VERMONT – A 3-week summer intensive that engages intermediate questions about the technique taught by a master teacher of the Atlantic Technique, Practical Aesthetics
A powerful entree for Atlantic graduates into the LA market. The program offers the West Coast actor an opportunity to learn and apply the Atlantic technique. Previous guest teachers include David Mamet, Clark Gregg, Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy.
Course offerings are subject to change or cancellation per management discretion.