Atlantic was thrilled to have Teen Program Alum, Katherine Reis cast in Atlantic’s 2015/2016 production of The Purple Lights of Joppa Illinois written and directed by Adam Rapp!
KATHERINE REIS (Catherine): Atlantic Theater debut! Film: All We Had (TriBeCa Film Festival, 2016); Todd Solondz’s Wiener-Dog (Sundance, 2016). Television: “Bull” (CBS); “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” (Netflix); “Brainy Bunch” (ABC); “Unforgettable” (CBS). Favorite theater credits include: Bring it On (Campbell); Beauty and the Beast (Babette); Carrie (Chris); Our Town (Rebecca) and Legally Blonde (Margot). I would like to thank the director and writer Adam Rapp and Atlantic Theater for this amazing opportunity. My agents, Rachel Altman and Ellen Gilbert, Broadway Workshop, Vance Barbour, Matt Newton, and Atlantic Theater for the opportunity to train in their teen program, as well as my family and friends for their unending support.
Looking for a fun and exciting theater program for kids and teens? Join us at the Atlantic – our programs are intense, exciting and fun!
The After School program is a great introduction to storytelling, writing, acting and improvisation.The Atlantic philosophy of ensemble and our commitment to creating your own work is deeply rooted in the creative acting experience for all age groups. The younger children create characters and stories through creative play and improvisational exercises while older children are introduced to the Atlantic Technique as they approach their first scene work and monologues. All classes culminate in a workshop performance at the end of each semester.MORE INFORMATION
Atlantic’s program for Teens is a great introduction to serious actor training. Students will be introduced to the Atlantic Technique as it is taught in our NYU undergraduate and Conservatory programs and receive fundamental training in voice, speech and movement. The Atlantic teen students share in the process of self-discovery and personal growth as they bring their unique creative desires and varying artistic perspectives to the process. Atlantic encourages students to work as an ensemble creating a fun and inspiring atmosphere for creative exploration.MORE INFORMATION
Students spend their summer days forming a theater ensemble and rehearse a performance project or play. Each program culminates in a final workshop presented to an audience of family and friends. Younger students weave theater, music and theater related arts and crafts together as they learn about different styles of performance. Young Creators rehearse an adapted musical play and put it on its feet for an audience in 2 weeks. Young Actors explore technique, scenes and monologues and create their own mini commercial film project. Teens delve into a 4 week pre-college intensive that prepares them for the exciting rigors of theater conservatory training and life.