Fall Classes

A Virtual OUTLET

Fall virtual classes for
ages 4 – 18!

We invite your young ones to continue playing, creating, and forming lifelong friendships – all from the comfort and safety of your own home. In addition to creating characters and scripts, young actors have opportunities to produce their own work. Each class has a focus that varies from musical theater to sketch, improv, scene study, film/TV and more, but are all rooted in the Atlantic Technique. All classes have limited spots!

COVID-19 Update:

Nothing is more important to us than the health & safety of our community. Given the unprecedented circumstances, our after-school and weekend classes for kids and teens will remain on the remote platform Zoom this fall. For any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at education@atlantictheater.org


“I just wanted to thank Atlantic Acting School for offering your camps remotely this summer. Your camp has meant the world to our daughter not only because she loves dancing and acting but because the teachers have done such a great job including all the kids. She’s really come out of her shell again.”

– Annie Judah-Shannon, Parent

“Thank you so much for the incredible experience you provided for my daughter. Being in rural south Georgia, there are very few options for her to work on and improve on her passion for acting. And to be able to do it remotely through one of the best theater companies in the country was surreal and wonderful, for her and for us as her parents.”

– Parent

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Teen Conservatory I & II

Teen Conservatory I 

Ages 14 – 18

OCT 3 – DEC 12
No class ON OCT 10 & NOV 28

A rigorous introduction to the Atlantic Acting Technique created by David Mamet and William H. Macy and taught at the Atlantic Acting School’s full time conservatory and NYU Tisch Undergraduate Drama program. Actors will learn to “make the difficult easy, the easy habitual, the habitual beautiful.” The half-day program coursework includes Scene Study & Technique. The full day program includes an independent film project, in which students will learn the basics of creating and editing a short film project or a reel. They will be introduced to basic editing skills, acting for the camera skills, and an idea of how to direct a short film scene/film themselves at home. Time outside of class will be expected of students for the purposes of filming and editing.

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Half Day:

Saturdays, 12 – 2:30pm ET



Full Day:

Saturdays, 12 – 5pm ET



Teen Conservatory II

Ages 14 – 18

OCT 3 – DEC 12 | Saturdays, 5 – 7pm ET
No class on OCT 10 & NOV 28

This rigorous program is for the advanced teen actor. Prerequisite: 1 semester of Atlantic’s Teen Conservatory, the Summer Teen Ensemble, or the NYU Tisch Atlantic summer program.  The focus of this program will be advanced script analysis. Actors will create a throughline project exploring and performing the emotional arc of a character. Culminates in a filmed scene and monologue.  Outside rehearsal time, self-taping, and editing required.