Begins September 2020
Monday – Thursday, 6:45pm – 10:15pm
Additional rehearsal hours required
Designed for the working actor, the Evening Conservatory distills the physical, emotional, and analytical tools of acting into a concentrated three-semester program. Students will push beyond their creative comfort zones to take their talents to new heights.
Application Deadline: may 1, 2020
Nothing is more important to us than the health & safety of our community. Given the unprecedented circumstances, we’ve taken the necessary steps to transition all our current Evening Conservatory classes to a remote platform for the rest of the semester. For any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at email@example.com.
Evening Conservatory Training
Atlantic Alumna Ella Rae Peck (Image: The Hollywood Reporter)
- Rigorous scene study training
- Final performance project written exclusively for your class
- Exclusive casting opportunities
- Annual alumni showcase
- A professional network for life
- & more!
The Fall Semester
The first semester concentrates on the foundational work of the Atlantic Technique. Emphasizing script analysis, playing an action truthfully, and working moment to moment, students learn the basics of vocal production, speech and movement technique, while taking work habits to a higher professional level.
The Spring Semester
The second semester solidifies the students’ understanding of script analysis and encourages integration of emerging skills. Students perform an exploration of a structured improvisation that they write, research and perform.
The Summer Semester
The last semester challenges students to apply their training under the pressures of performance. Work includes advanced scene study, an ensemble performance project and preparation for the business.
Core Classes Include
Script Analysis, Moment Lab, Performance Technique, Voice, Speech, Movement, Production, Business, and Casting.
Evening Conservatory Courses Include:
“The Atlantic technique has given me so much confidence. When I get an audition or take on a new monologue, I have a toolkit that makes connecting with roles so much more fluid and natural. “
– Michelle, Class of 2018
“Learning a technique for script analysis is the greatest gift I have received as an actor.”
– Chris, Class of 2019
” I learned so much from the faculty and gained an entire group of fellow actors as friends. Being a part of that group has been invaluable toward my growth as a performer.”
– Vienna, Class of 2019