Spring Comprehensive

The 6 Week Spring Comprehensive is designed to give students a basic foundation in the Atlantic Technique. Introducing the Atlantic Technique, Practical Aesthetics, in six weeks through its three core courses, Script Analysis, Moment Lab and Performance Technique, coupled with instruction in voice, this course serves the actor seeking familiarization with the foundation of the technique in a concentrated program with an intimate ensemble. Students may earn 4pts of college credit for the course by registering through New York University.

Dates: May 28 – July 3, 2019
Tuition: $2, 700

Complete your application, audition, get accepted, and pay by Dec. 15th to receive the following:

– $250 off of tuition
– Atlantic Swag
– A locker while attending
– The Practical Handbook for the Actor


Please contact Director of Admissions Chris Booth at 646-216-1190 or admissions@atlantictheater.org for more information and to schedule an audition.

Attend and learn more about Atlantic Acting School’s programming with a free workshop by an elite faculty member in the Atlantic Acting Technique. There will be a Q&A session as well as some treats to mingle with before and after the workshop. (A tour of the school sometimes may be offered if possible.)



Simple, honest and straightforward, Practical Aesthetics is both an acting technique and a philosophy. The technique demystifies the process of acting by giving the actor a very clear set of analytical and physical tools. Working with contemporary dramatic texts, students in the Spring Comprehensive are instructed in a disciplined approach to script analysis, working truthfully moment-to-moment and in bringing these skills together in performance of the material. Additionally, a Voice class which introduces Chuck Jones’s work complements the scene study and explicitly reinforces the actor’s connection to his or her physical instrument.

The philosophy teaches self-reliance, professional work habits, and mutual support and respect between artists.  Inherent in the culture of the school, and ubiquitous in the curriculum, is training in the professionalism and discipline demanded by the collaborative nature of this creative work.

REQUIREMENTS While Atlantic requires no prerequisite of training or performance for participation in this course, an audition and interview are part of the admission process. In reviewing applicants, we look for a serious interest in the philosophy of the institution, a clear demonstration of commitment to training and an expressed willingness to work collaboratively.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Detailed information about the audition and interview process are sent upon receipt of a completed application.
Classes are held Monday through Friday between the hours of 1pm and 6pm.