|School||School Website||Email address for College Recruitment representative||School Address||City||State||ZIP||Emergency Cell Phone||Do you want exhibit space?||Program Description||Degree/s Offered||Brief History of School/ Department||Scholarships/ Assistantships Offered||Brief Description of Facilities|
|National Theater Institute (NTI)||firstname.lastname@example.org||305 Great Neck Rd||Waterford||CT||6385||(401)867-0196||With a singular schedule and an unmatched breadth of training at the two-time Tony Award-winning Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, our six semester-long programs offer students a springboard to the professional world. NTI’s credit-earning theatre intensives, taught by industry professionals and master teachers, train actors, singers, directors, dancers, playwrights and composers.||Certificates and college credit earned by completion of the following semesters: National Theater Institute, National Music Theater Institute, Advanced Directing, Advanced Playwriting, Theatremakers Summer Intensive||The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s Waterford, Connecticut campus is a collection of renovated 19th-century mansions, farmhouses, and barns overlooking the Long Island Sound. The resources of the O’Neill and its 90-acre seaside campus are available for use by students. The historic campus boasts four performance venues, two libraries, administrative offices, and residences for students, staff, faculty, and artists. A recent multimillion-dollar expansion created new dormitory cottages, laundry facilities, dance studios, rehearsal rooms, and a state-of-the-art composition classroom for the National Theater Institute. Easily accessible by car or train, the O’Neill is two hours from New York City or Boston.||Need-Based Financial Aid Scholarships, Lin Manuel Miranda Family Fellowship||Jim Henson (Creator of The Muppets) Rehearsal Hall, Lin Manuel Miranda Studio, Dina Merrill Theater, and Cottages/Dorms named after O’Neill alums include Michael Douglas, Wendy Wasserstein, and August Wilson all located on the esteemed playwright Eugene O’Neill’s homestead in Waterford, CT|
|New York Film Academy||NYFA.email@example.com||420 Lincoln rd , Suite 200||Miami Beach||FL||33139||9542638972||The commitment to learning by doing applies to all of the programs the Academy now offers, with students working with industry standard equipment in world-class facilities. At the Academy, students can choose from a wide range of visual and performing arts programs that includes Filmmaking, Acting for Film, 3D Animation & Visual Effects, Broadcast Journalism, Cinematography, Digital Editing, Documentary Filmmaking, Game Design, Musical Theatre, Photography, Producing, and Screenwriting.||The New York Film Academy offers camps, short-term workshops, conservatory-style programs, and degree programs. The Academy’s one- and two-year conservatory-style programs include topics in Filmmaking, Acting for Film, Producing, Screenwriting, 3D Animation, Cinematography, Broadcast Journalism, Photography, Musical Theatre, and Game Design; as well as an accelerated three-year Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree programs in Filmmaking, Acting for Film, Musical Theatre, Producing, Screenwriting, 3D Animation, Game Design, Entertainment Media, and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Media Studies. Our school also offers two-year Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degrees in Filmmaking, Acting for Film, Screenwriting, Producing, Cinematography, Documentary, Game Design and Photography, and two-year Associate of Fine Arts (AFA) degrees in Filmmaking, Acting for Film, Producing, Screenwriting and Game Design, and a Master of Arts (MA) in Film and Media Production at our Los Angeles campus and an Online Master of Arts (MA).||The New York Film Academy was founded by veteran producer Jerry Sherlock in 1992, who produced such classics as “The Hunt for the Red October”. Encouraged by friends of his who wanted to send their children to film school, but found the prices too costly, Sherlock designed a school that was not only affordable, but more importantly, was founded on the principle of learning by doing.|
Inspired by the idea that to learn how to make movies, one must actually make movies, Sherlock and his colleagues designed a truly unique curriculum. Blending a mixture of traditional film school instruction with a new approach, the Academy emphasizes coursework based around students actually going out and shooting films as part of their coursework. Students write, produce, direct, and edit their own original films while also serving as crew-members on their fellow classmates’ films to gain extensive on-set experience.
|Yes||The New York Film Academy is expanding its curriculum as well as its global presence, with five established campuses and many destination programs worldwide. At NYFA campuses in New York City, Los Angeles and South Beach, Miami, campuses students can earn their degree, while at NYFA Gold Coast, Australia, students can immerse themselves in long- and short-term conservatory programs and workshops.|
|Reinhardt Universityfirstname.lastname@example.org||7300 Reinhardt Circle||Waleska||GA||30183||7737937244||Reinhardt University is a small private university located 45 minutes from downtown Atlanta. We offer conservatory style training to prepare our students for a career in entertainment.||BFA Musical Theatre, BA Theatre (acting and technical track), Minor in theatre and dance||Scholarships are awarded after audition/interviews at Reinhardt||200 seat, state of the art, black box. We also have a full scene shop, costume shop, dance studio and several rehearsal spaces. The theater building is an independent structure|
|University of South Florida||https://email@example.com||4202 E Fowler Ave||Tampa||Florida||33620||801 928 1874||As a strictly undergraduate program, TheatreUSF offers great opportunities for our students. Performance classes, taught by our nationally and internationally recognized faculty, take place in one of three performance classroom spaces (two small blackbox theatres and a dance studio). Design students have their own student design room for work and classes, and upper level students have the opportunity to design for one of our mainstage shows. TheatreUSF supports a fully equipped costume shop and scene/prop/paint shop where students help to design and build mainstage theatre productions and dance concerts. |
No audition or portfolio review is required in order to declare a theatre major, although these are required for admission to the upper-division concentration courses in performance and design. All majors take the same core of classes within the theatre department so that they graduate with both breadth and depth in theatre studies.
|B.A. in Theatre with one of three concentrations: Performance, Design, or Theatre Arts.||Situated in the vibrant and diverse Tampa Bay region, The University of South Florida’s theatre program prepares and inspires students for a career in theatre. For over 50 years, our exclusively undergraduate program has developed critically aware and skilled theatre practitioners. Our mission is to educate students in the art of theatre, to conduct original research, and to engage the university and Tampa Bay communities through interesting and challenging productions.||Talent Grant||The Theatre Arts Rehearsal building is home to the a scene shop, a costume shop, several rehearsal classrooms, including two blackbox theatres (TAR 120 and TAR 130) and the Theatre Department faculty offices.|
USF also has two Theatres. Theatre 1 is a multi-use theatre utilized by all disciplines in the College of The Arts. Seating 550 guest continental style, Theatre 1 is a proscenium theatre with a fully rigged fly house with 43 line sets. It has two orchestra pits with one lowering to the stage floor and the other to the basement.
Theatre 2 is a mainstage black box theatre with flexible seating that can be arranged in a number of configurations with seating ranging between 150 and 300.
|The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Artsfirstname.lastname@example.org||39 W 19th St||New York||NY||10011||7816260816||In the conservatory environment, you will work all day, every day strictly on your craft. Our highly disciplined training programs give you the tools for a successful career as an actor in film, television and musical theater.|
Students graduate with the tools in hand to get work—including a resume and network of industry contacts. Film & TV graduates will have a professional reel, and Musical Theater graduates will have personalized repertoire book.
|Associate’s Degree for Film & Television Acting, Musical Theatre and New Media for Actors||$1,000 for summer intensive (JRS) $10,000 for degree program (SRS)||Our studios occupied 3 floors in the Flatiron district of NYC.|
|AMDA College of the Performing Artsemail@example.com||211 West 61st Street||New York||New York||10023||2014219550||AMDA provides rigorous, performance-based training and an industry-focused education experience; one that inspires excellence and prepares artists with an appreciation for the universal power of transformation through art. AMDA’s educational philosophy is based on close collegial interaction between instructors and students — in class, in production and through active mentorship.||L.A. CAMPUS – Degree Programs Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) – Acting, Musical Theatre, Dance Theatre, Performing Arts Associates of Occupational Studies (A.O.S) – Acting, Musical Theatre, Dance TheatreBachelor of Arts (B.A.) – Theatre ArtsNYC CAMPUS – Conservatory Programs Studio – Acting for Stage, Film, and TelevisionIntegrated – Acting, Dance, and Musical TheatreDance Theatre||Since 1964, AMDA College of the Performing Arts has been recognized for its rich history of launching successful careers in theatre, film, television and new media. AMDA offers BFA, AOS Degrees and Conservatory Programs in Acting, Music Theatre, Dance Theatre and Performing Arts on its NYC and Hollywood campuses.||AMDA Offers over $14 Million Dollars in Scholarship Each Year.||AMDA has campuses in both NYC and LA|
|Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)||https://firstname.lastname@example.org||PO Box 2072||Savannah||GA||31402-2072||9122475996||Star on stage and screen with SCAD performing arts — Bring complex characters to life and reach global audiencesLooking for your starring role? In SCAD production studios and theaters, performing arts students seize roles in sitcoms, films, plays, musicals, TV shows, and immersive themed experiences, or find jobs in professional productions via the SCAD Casting Office. Through it all, students are led by professors with impressive credentials — accomplished actors, directors, and casting directors at major studios and networks — and connect with iconic Hollywood stars at SCAD signature events celebrating the best of film, television, and streaming each year.||The university confers Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Architecture, Master of Arts, Master of Fine Arts, as well as undergraduate certificates.||The Savannah College of Art and Design was founded in 1978 to create a specialized professional art college to attract students from throughout the United States and abroad. The curriculum was established with dual goals of excellent arts education and effective career preparation for students. |
SCAD prepares talented students for creative professions through engaged teaching and learning in a positively oriented university environment.
SCAD is a private, nonprofit institution accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award baccalaureate and masters degrees. The university confers Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Architecture, Master of Arts, Master of Fine Arts, as well as undergraduate certificates.
Class sizes at SCAD are small, allowing each student the opportunity to receive individual attention. Faculty members have distinguished backgrounds in their fields. The international faculty and student body come from all 50 states and more than 100 countries.
|SCAD offers merit-based scholarships to accepted, entering students, based on desired qualities such as academic achievement, athletic ability, or community or extra-curricular involvement. SCAD is a private, non-profit institution; therefore, there are no out-of-state tuition fees.||SCAD offers campuses in Atlanta and Savannah, GA, and in Lacoste, France.|
|The Norwalk Conservatory of the Artsemail@example.com||69 Wall St.||Norwalk||Connecticut||6033||3014676717||The Norwalk Conservatory offers three programs: Musical Theatre, Musical Theatre Dance, and Television/Film Performance. With classes taught by Broadway and TV/Film creatives, our students learn from the industry of today.||The Norwalk Conservatory of the Arts is currently in the licensure process and is on track to be able to offer an Associates of Occupational Studies by graduation.||We offer merit based scholarships dependent on auditions.||We are located 45 minutes outside of New York City. With an auxiliary voice over studio, tumbling gym, dance studio, and a 25 foot cyclorama wall, we prepare our students for as many opportunities as this industry can offer. All buildings are within a 7 minute walk from each other including the dormitory.|
|Florida International University||https://firstname.lastname@example.org||11200 SW 8th Street; WPAC 131||Miami||Florida||33199||305-794-3160||FIU Theatre is uniquely situated in a major global city distinguished by cultural diversity and a vibrant arts scene. Accredited by the National Association of Schools of Theatre (NAST), the department’s primary purpose is to immerse students in the practical work of theatre production while familiarizing them with world theatre history, criticism, literature, theory, and analysis.|
We produce 4-5 plays a year, spanning genres, historical eras, and styles. All of our plays are performed, designed, and built by our talented students and faculty. The plays serve as the laboratories where our students put their learning into practice.
Only 125 majors are selected for our program. This gives our students many opportunities to work on productions and receive one-on-one mentorship from our quality faculty. FIU is the fourth largest university in the country, meaning our students get all of the perks of a large university while enjoying the luxury of a small program.
Our students travel to, and present work at, regional and national conferences like the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) and the United States Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT), where they are consistently recognized for the quality of their work. Over the past 5 years, 39 students have received 54 awards, including 7 scholarships to attend the national Kennedy Center festival in Washington, DC.
FIU Theatre has firm ties to the South Florida community. We have established relationships with Gablestage, the new Coconut Grove Playhouse, Miami New Drama and Royal Caribbean, to name a few. In the summers, we operate the Greenhouse and our Summer Camp. The Greenhouse is a new play development initiative where three local professional playwrights for one week intensive residences to workshop and revise a draft of a full-length play. Our summer camp gives children ages 6-12 the opportunity to explore their creative side, develop valuable social skills, and boost their confidence.
|BA – Theatre; BFA – Musical Theatre; BFA – Acting; BFA – Design (Costume, Scenic or Lighting)||In 1965, Florida Senator Robert M. Haverfield introduced Senate Bill 711, which instructed the state Board of Education and the Board of Regents (BOR) to begin planning for the development of a state university in Miami.|
An abandoned airfield is an unusual place for the birth of a university. But in the summer of 1969, founding FIU president Chuck Perry gathered three leaders who would help him create his vision.
Butler Waugh, Donald McDowell and Nick Sileo joined the 31-year-old Perry at Tamiami Airport and set up shop in the former air traffic controllers’ tower. The tower had no phones, no drinkable water and no furniture. President Perry decided that the control tower should never be destroyed and so it remains standing today at the center of campus, as FIU’s Ivory Tower.
From that single building on that abandoned airfield, FIU has grown to be one of the largest universities in the country. The spirit of entrepreneurship born on that summer day thrives at today’s FIU.
|Wertheim Performing Arts Scholarship, FIU Institutional Scholarship, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Scholarship, Theatre Youth Fair Scholarship, FIU Arts Council Scholarship, Wayne E. Robinson Jr. Theatre Scholarship, Joe Adler Theatre Scholarship||Our home is The Wertheim, a professional theatre venue with a 200 seat proscenium theatre and a 90-120 seat black box theatre. It also has cutting-edge scene and costume shops, a design studio, and a light lab stocked with the latest technology. We also have classroom and performance spaces across campus, like our DM-150 Theatre where we perform some of our shows and present student-directed work.|
|Barry University||https://email@example.com||11300 NE 2nd Ave, Miami Shores, FL 33161||Miami||FL||33161||305-527-8561||Designed for individuals pursuing professional work in theatre, musical theatre, and film/television. Barry University offers training in both classic and contemporary methodologies. We combine “on-your-feet” studio training with performance opportunities in both large-scale mainstage productions and intimate laboratory theatre settings.||BA/BFA||Barry University has been an active part of the community for over seven decades; working closely with students to foster an inclusive and diverse environment. Barry students can pursue major or minor degrees in acting or technical theatre. Training is balanced between studio classes in acting, voice/movement, improv, directing, theatre history, and hands-on opportunities in stagecraft and production design. Students may enroll in special topic courses in devised, immersive and other non-traditional approaches to theatre.Barry’s program is unique in that it offers students the flexibility to develop individual talents and interests. Students can design mainstage productions, direct student productions, and produce original work alongside industry professionals in our studio theatre space.||Barry is ranked among the nation’s top universities that enroll students in need of financial support according to US News & World Report. Barry Fine Arts Department offers several scholarships totaling over $20,000. Students are also eligible for $15/hour student work study positions in the Ruth K. Broad Performing Arts Center.||Mainstage Theater: Ruth K. Broad Performing Arts Center has seating for 900. Built in 1955, this historic theater is a quintessential sample of classic mid-century modern architecture. |
Laboratory Theater: The Pelican Theater. Intimate space with seating for 50. Used for acting classes and available for professional companies and student produced work.
Outdoor Theatre: Quad Amphitheater. Permanent thrust stage located in the Fine Arts Quadrangle. Flexible seating. Used for acting/movement classes, mainstage shows and student produced work.
Studio Space: Fine Arts Studio 149. Dance/rehearsal/performance space with flexible seating for 25-75.
Dance Studio: Fine Arts Studio. Dance/rehearsal/performance space with flexible seating for 20-50.
Gallery Space: Gato Art Gallery. Visual art/performance space with flexible seating for 25-100.
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|HUSSIAN COLLEGE LOS ANGELES||https://firstname.lastname@example.org||1201 W 5yth St Suite F10||Los Angeles||CA||90017||608-588-5914||We are shaping the entertainment professionals of tomorrow by fostering an educational experience rooted in collaboration and innovation. Our programs inspire excellence in a project-oriented learning environment designed to unleash the imagination and bring creative ideas to fruition under the mentorship of industry professionals. At the crossroads of art and commerce, train our students to think like entrepreneurs. We challenge them to embrace the ever-changing technological landscape that shapes the future of entertainment. We ask them to think critically, solve problems, and deliver their ideas to the world with integrity using available social and digital platforms. We rejoice in freedom of thought while nurturing the confidence required in expressing it.||BFA degrees in Acting, Contemporary Musical Theatre and Film, Film and Digital Content, and Commercial Dance||In October 2014, Hussian College opened a Los Angeles, California branch campus (formerly known as Studio School) with programs in art, acting, film, commercial dance, musical theatre, and entrepreneurship||SCHOLARSHIPSWe are committed to finding the next generation of entrepreneurs, content creators, collaborators, and industry talent from around the world. To accomplish our goal, Hussian College (formerly Studio School) provides the following scholarships.|
Below is a brief summary of Hussian College LA Campus’s Scholarships. For more in-depth information—including selection criteria, qualifications, deadlines, and policies—please read our School Catalog.
THE GENIUS AWARD SCHOLARSHIPNEXT GENERATION SCHOLARSHIPMERIT SCHOLARSHIPNEED-BASED INSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARSHIPPRESIDENT’S ESSAY SCHOLARSHIPJOE TREMAINE COMMERCIAL DANCE SCHOLARSHIPALL AMERICAN FILM SCHOLARSHIPYOUNG WOMEN IN FILM SCHOLARSHIPDANCE NATIONALS SCHOLARSHIPSHOLLYWOOD SUMMER TOUR SCHOLARSHIPFAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
|Not only is the college on a working studio lot, but the faculty and program chairs are also experienced professionals.|
It’s not uncommon to see your teacher in class one day, and on a television show the next.
Learn at the center of where it all happens: our flagship campus is headquartered at Los Angeles Center Studios. This downtown 20-acre full-service studio for TV, film and commercial production is used by a variety of Hollywood productions such as Jungle Book, Straight Outta Compton, Lethal Weapon 4, True Detective, 24, Scandal, Mad Men, The Voice, Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Scorpion and American Ninja Warrior.
In the midst of this active production studio is Hussian College’s (formerly Studio School) fully-secured campus, designed to foster collaboration, content creation and academic interaction. 5 minutes or less gets you to any location within the lot including:
RS1 Digital—our in-house television and digital production studio and editing lab.
The West Wing—classrooms, faculty lounge, dance studio and library.
The Hub—reception, administrative offices, student services, conference room, academic office and computer lab.
Outdoor Student Lounge.
Camera-ready commercial dance studio with theatrical lighting trusses and surround sound.
Staging areas with Green Screen backdrops.
Equipment room with checkout available to both students and staff including standard production equipment for all levels of production.
Access to practical sets at Los Angeles Center Studios.
State-of-the-art Movement Space with both marley and wood sprung floor
Sound stages, outdoor park, the 400-seat Beaudry Theatre and Flix Café.
|Florida State University||https://email@example.com||540 W. Call Street||Tallahassee||Florida||32306||8502514256||Our mission is to use the evolving, live, collaborative art of theatre to develop artists and scholars who have a lifelong passion for the arts.||BA, BFA||Founded in 1973 under the vision and leadership of then-Dean Richard G. Fallon, the School of Theatre enjoys a national reputation, in large part, because of the excellence of its undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as a gifted faculty of nationally recognized professional artists/educators. For 39 years, the School of Theatre has been providing outstanding programs for its students in Tallahassee, Sarasota, and around the world.||Assistantships offered for graduate study, and small merit-based scholarships for select undergraduate students.||In the Fine Arts Building at the corner of Call and Copeland Streets, The Richard G. Fallon Theatre is the School of Theatre’s largest performance space with seating for over 488. This traditional proscenium theatre, named for Dean Emeritus Richard G. Fallon, recently underwent renovations to its electrical, power, and lighting systems which now provide the support for intelligent lighting systems, new projection systems, and more. Hosting over 150 productions since it opened its doors in 1970, the Richard G. Fallon Theatre has been voted Tallahassee’s Best Place to See a Play for the past seven consecutive years.|
|Florida Gulf Coast University||https://firstname.lastname@example.org||10501 FGCU BLVD||Ft Myers||Florida||33965||3106214822||Theatre at FGCU welcomes future technicians, artists, teachers and creative industry leaders. Students enrolled in our 4-year Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Theatre study and train alongside full-time faculty of working professional artists. Our beautiful campus is home to a dedicated and diverse student body, located in the heart of Southwest Florida, the “Paradise Coast”.||Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Theatre, Minor in Theatre||Florida Gulf Coast University opened in 1997, and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. The theatre department was established in 1998, and offers the Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with an emphasis in acting or technical theatre and a Theatre Minor. A low student/faculty ratio promotes personalized attention and creative industries of the now, and of the future.||The FGCU Theatre Program offers multiple competitive four-year scholarships for FTIC students (up to $8000), as well as annual (renewable) retention scholarships for students who have demonstrated outstanding scholarship and service.||The FGCU Theatre Program is located in the Arts Corridor, which also houses the FGCU Art Program, Wasmer Art Gallery, and the Bower School of Music and the Arts. Dedicated theatre facilities include the TheatreLab (black box theatre with a seating capacity of 120), flexible-space classroom, and Dance studio. Advanced courses utilize the professional television and radio production facilities at WGCU Studios (located on our main campus.)|
|University of Florida||https://email@example.com||1800 McCarty Drive, Bldg 687||Gainesville||Florida||32611||217-840-9232||The School’s international full-time faculty of 27 recognized artists and researchers, complemented by adjunct and guest faculty and staff, including full- and part-time professionals. Approximately 200 students major in the artistically diverse curricula of the School of Theatre + Dance. Through its production program, outreach and innovative programming, the School of Theatre + Dance provides multiple cultural opportunities annually to thousands of members of the University and the greater community. The University of Florida is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges and is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Dance and the National Association of Schools of Theatre.||Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with a specialization in General Theatre, Stage Management, or Theatre Management|
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Performance with a specialization in Acting or Musical Theatre
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Production with a specialization in Costume, Digital Media, Lighting, Scenery, or Sound
Master of Fine Arts in Theatre with a focus in Acting or Design
Minors in Dance, Theatre, or Theatre Production
|Scholarship opportunities are available for undergraduate and graduate students. Assistantship opportunities are available for graduate students.||The Nadine McGuire Theatre and Dance Pavilion, a 46,000-square foot facility, is the home of the college’s School of Theatre and Dance, the renovated 415-seat Constans Theatre and a 200-seat Black Box Theatre. The exquisitely beautiful building features a soaring glass atrium at its center which is surrounded by classrooms; three dance and four acting studios; large scene and costume shops with natural lighting; computer, design, and lighting labs; physical therapy and dressings rooms; and offices for faculty and staff.|
|New World School of the Artsfirstname.lastname@example.org||25 NE 2nd Street||Miami||FL||33132||(954) 816-1661||The theater program at New World School of the Arts is dedicated to the professional training of talented and committed students interested in pursuing a performing career in Acting and Music Theater. At NWSA, theater students have the opportunity to work in a hands-on intensive, physically demanding, artistically challenging, and exciting environment, guided by faculty who are professional actors, directors, playwrights and designers. The curriculum guides students toward the ownership of a personal technique and a comprehensive methodology of working. Their training on the classical texts and the principles of drama make practical incursions into the contemporary and experimental edges of theater, while performance, an essential part of the theater training, is approached in a sequential, progressive manner to give the student vision, strength, and a sense of purpose in the theater.||BFA in Theatre Performance – Acting, BFA in Theatre Performance – Musical Theatre||NWSA CollegeA Florida center of excellence in the visual and performing arts, New World School of the Arts opened its doors to the first college class in 1987. Created by the Florida Legislature as a center of excellence in the performing and visual arts, NWSA is an educational partnership of Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Miami Dade College, and the University of Florida. NWSA provides a comprehensive program of artistic, creative, and academic development through a curriculum that reflects our community and the rich multicultural state of Florida. New World School of the Arts confers the AA degree through its partnership with Miami Dade College, and the Bachelor of Fine Arts / Bachelor of Music degrees through its partnership with University of Florida. NWSA is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Dance, Music, Theater and Art & Design.|
New World School of the Arts’ rigorous conservatory-style teaching has empowered students in our community and beyond to become leaders in the arts, training and cultivating a generation of artists who have become the artistic leaders of tomorrow. With hundreds of successful and award-winning alumni gracing stages, concert halls, museums, galleries, films, television shows and radio programs around the word, New World School of the Arts has moved swiftly to the top tier of arts training conservatories in the nation. Its outstanding teaching faculty of professional artists and staff, small class sizes, talented students, and network of supporters are at the core of its recognition as a world-class institution of learning in dance, music, theater, and visual arts. Today the school’s accomplishments contribute greatly to the growing reputation of South Florida as a vibrant center of artistic and cultural activity.
Providing access is one of New World School of the Arts most important missions. Blind to academic standing at the onset, NWSA’s acceptance policy is based solely on artistic talent. This allows students from all backgrounds, ethnicities and socioeconomic status to compete for their spot in the school’s coveted arts programs based on their individual talent. Once accepted, students are expected to achieve both academically and artistically. NWSA students have demonstrated over the years that a rigorous arts curriculum not only helps foster their passion and create the next generation or artists, but it also helps students engage and achieve excellence in any academic discipline.
|Many different scholarships are offered through the NWSA Foundation||NWSA is surrounded by major cultural venues and thriving entertainment facilities in the downtown area of Miami, a cosmopolitan city with international flavor and a dynamic arts environment accessible by public transportation where students are exposed to the arts both as participants and audience members. Located on the Wolfson Campus of Miami Dade College, students benefit from an array of college services, in addition to attractions such as South Beach art deco District, Coconut Grove and Wynwood Arts District – home to over 70 art galleries, retail stores, shops, and one of the largest open-air street-art installations in the world. Within a short distance from the campus is the state-of-the-art Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, the historic Olympia Theater, American Airlines Arena, Bayside Marketplace, Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, PortMiami, the De la Cruz Collection, the Rubell Family Collection, Historical Museum of South Florida, Wolfsonian-FIU, Bass Museum of Art and Fredric Snitzer Gallery, among others.|
|Rollins College||https://email@example.com||1000 Holt Ave-2735||Winter Park||Florida||32789||4077336263||The Rollins College Department of Theatre and Dance provides for the development of imaginative, purposeful, and skilled expression. We inspire students’ artistic, intellectual, and personal growth. Graduates are prepared to lead, collaborate with, and enrich the communities in which they live, work, and serve.||Bachelor of Arts||The Department of Theatre & Dance offers a number of scholarships. The most prestigious is the Priscilla Parker Scholarship: $40,000 ($10,000 per academic year, renewable annually). Each February, we welcome students wishing to begin at Rollins the following fall to audition/interview for the Priscilla Parker Scholarship.||Annie Russell Theatre: The longest continuously operating theater in Florida and named to the National Register of Historic Places, the Annie Russell Theatre stages an exciting season of musicals and plays that feature student performers.|
Tiedtke Theatre & Dance Centre: The curtain is rising on a new performing arts era at Rollins with the production of a state-of-the-art, 16,165-square-foot theater and dance center that includes the first custom-built black box theater on campus. In the new facility, classrooms dedicated to design and technology, dance, acting, and directing will be equipped to help students create work uniquely their own, sharpening their skills on the stone of experience. The new dance studio will feature professional flooring. The center will also include a 2,400-square-foot Costume Design and Technology Lab.
|Chipola College||https://firstname.lastname@example.org||3094 Indian Cir||Marianna||FL||32446||818-434-4719||Chipola College offers the first two years of theatre curriculum leading to a degree in Theatre Performance upon transferring to a four-year institution.|
Chipola College is well known throughout the Southeast for its excellent arts education and programming. Serving more than 6,500 patrons yearly, Chipola Theatre has a tradition of superior ratings by the Florida College System Activities Association.
|AA with concentration in Theatre Performance or in Technical Production||Chipola College is celebrating its’ 75th Anniversary this year and the college has been supporting theatre since the 1st production in 1951. Chipola College now offers the first two years of theatre curriculum leading to a degree in Theatre Performance upon transferring to a four-year institution. We give many opportunities in a students time on campus to participate in up to 6 to 10 productions.||Chipola College offers scholarships to talented high school graduates with acceptable academic records, theatrical aptitude and technical skills who plan to pursue studies as majors.|
Scholarships in various amounts, up to full tuition and fees, are awarded on the basis of talent and academic record. Students with financial need may seek additional assistance through the college’s Office of Financial Aid and the Chipola Foundation.
All performance candidates must audition before a faculty committee of the Theatre Department. All technical production candidates must interview with the Director of Technical Theatre.
|in 2012, we open the 16 million dollar Chipola Center for the Arts which houses our state of the art mainstage proscenium theater that seats 650, our 150 seat Black Box Experimental Theatre, our Dance Studio, our Scene Shop, costume shop, and 3 sets of dressing rooms. We also bring in outside traveling professional shows that we house in our venue 3 to 4 times a year outside of our regular production schedule.|
|AADA-American Academy of Dramatic Arts||https://email@example.com||120 Madison Ave||New York||NY||10016||619-987-2521||Acting, Musical Theatre||Associates Degree (Bachelor’s degree transfer options)||The American Academy of Dramatic Arts is the first school for actors in the English speaking world. Offering training for screen, stage and musical theatre at its historical campuses in the heart of NYC and Hollywood, AADA alumni have been nominated for an unprecedented 110 Oscars®, 347 Emmys® and 95 Tonys®. For 138 years, The Academy has taught that the process and preparation of acting deserves greater depth in order to connect to the heart of a story and to the character’s emotion. When acting is taught as a craft, it has the power to impact audiences and inspire culture for generations.||Merit & need-based scholarships available||Historical landmark campuses in the heart of Manhattan and Hollywood. On-campus housing available on both coasts.|
|Institute for American Musical theatre||http://www..firstname.lastname@example.org||3835 broadway||New York||Ny||10032||+1 914-514-7274||2 year certificate program||Certificate||The institute for American Musical theatre is a 2 year conservatory located in NYC. We specialize in acting, singing, dancing film/,tv training from past and working Broadway and film/tv professionals. We have students that are currently on Broadway, off Broadway, regional, cruise ships, national tours etc.||We have 2 year scholarship opportunities as well as summer intensive scholarships.||We have 2 facilities including a theater located in New York City.|
|Powerhouse Theater at Vassar College||https://email@example.com||124 Raymond Avenue||Poughkeepsie||NY||12604||9144560477||Join students from around the country by participating in this program for actors, directors and writers. Explore the boundaries of theater from the traditional to the new. By living, breathing, and creating theater with peers and professionals alike you will come away with an experience that will inform the rest of your life. Be a part of the Powerhouse Theater season, a launch pad for groundbreaking new works for the American theater, with countless productions in New York City, regionally and internationally from Eurydice to Hamilton and Doubt to The Wolves.||n/a||Since 1985, Powerhouse has been a leading incubator of new talent and new work for theater.||yes||College Campus|
|University of Memphisfirstname.lastname@example.org||3745 Central Ave||Memphis||Tennessee||38152||9014847284||he Department of Theatre & Dance at the University of Memphis fosters the development of our students on an individual basis. We offer a BFA in Theatre with concentrations in performance, musical theatre, dance, dance science and design and technical production as well as an MFA in Theatre with concentrations in directing and design and technical production. We tailor our program to your needs. We offer dynamic performance, design, and production opportunities both in the classroom and in our four performance spaces. We also create an intimate community for intense one-on-one learning opportunities. Our faculty nurtures the individual progress of each student. We offer the opportunity for students to explore a range of areas within the theatre or a specialization in only one.||BFA in Theatre: Musical Theatre, Performance, Design and Technology, Dance and Dance ScieneMFA in Theatre: Directing, Design and Technology||Located in Memphis, Tennessee our program blooms in the heart of a thriving arts community made up several grass roots theatre and dance companies, a regional theatre, five area community theatres and four Broadway touring houses offering a diverse and varied arts experience. Our department of 150 students is nestled within a large research one institution of around 23, 000 students giving you the best of both worlds.||Scholarships are offered through Tiger Scholarship. The University of Memphis has several academic scholarships and the department has several full tuition talent scholarships and well as smaller ones. The UofM does allow students to stack scholarships.||The Department has a dedicated computer lab for design and production activities. It is equipped with 12 Macintosh workstations. Software packages include: VectorWorks, Adobe Creative Suite, Lightwright, Beamwright, SketchUp, Painter, Poser, Filemaker & Microsoft Office. The lab is also equipped with drawing tablets, a large format flatbed scanner, an HD data projector and a large format printer. Design students have 24 hour access. The lab is also used as a classroom for many design classes, providing immediate access to computers for demonstrations and hands-on learning. The lab is in addition to computers dedicated to automation, sound editing & playback, and lighting visualization.|
STAGES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHISThe Department of Theatre & Dance houses some of the best theatre facilities in the city of Memphis. There are four performances spaces used by faculty and students on site. Three main performing spaces are in the Theatre Building and one in the Communication & Fine Arts Building.
The department’s Mainstage proscenium stage is capable of seating 312 people and houses our larger productions. It has a deep ante-proscenium that includes an orchestra lift, as well as flexible side stages to accommodate many settings.
The Studio Theatre is an intimate black box (seating 85-100) that is reconfigured as needed to accommodate production needs. The space is used for both season productions and student projects.
The Lab Theatre is directly above the Studio Theatre and shares a similar floor plan. This space has a new lighting and sound control supporting workshop style productions such as our Lunch Box series and class projects.
The DanceSpace is the larger of the two dance studios located in the adjacent CFA Building.Equipped with computerized lighting control, sound support, and flexible audience seating, this room is used both as a classroom and a performance space. It has resilient flooring, providing an extra measure of cushion that prevents injury during dance concerts and movement classes. An adjoining studio provides further classroom space, and a “backstage” area for concerts.
|Florida Atlantic University||https://email@example.com||777 Glades Rd AH52 Rm 114||Boca Raton||FL||33431||561-452-0507||We are a community of artists and scholars who believe in the collaborative exploration of the human spirit through the study, practice, and celebration of theatre and dance. We strive for excellence and expect excellence of our students as they train, study, and practice to become skilled and inspired artists. We are also firmly committed to encouraging and celebrating diversity in our community. Theatre has been an integral part of the FAU experience since its founding in 1964 and that tradition continues today. We endeavor to look at our students as individuals. As such, we will consider your individual aspirations and goals as we help you become the best artist you can be. We believe in a holistic approach to training that, regardless of specialty, requires some practical study in all of the areas of theatre and dance production and our students are encouraged to become involved in the creation of theatre and dance from their first day on campus.||BA Theatre, BFA Music Theatre, BFA Performance, BFA Design/Tech, Minor Theatre, Minor Dance||The Department of Theatre and Dance is located in the South Florida region in a vibrant and active theatre and film community. The department produces 4-5 shows per year in the academic unit, two shows through the Summer Repertory Theatre Program, and offers professional opportunities to faculty and students working closely with the resident professional theatre company partner on campus, Theater LAB.||The Department of Theatre & Dance has numerous merit and need based scholarships available for students. They are awarded on a yearly basis, and are generally awarded at the end of each Fall term.|
All Theatre and Dance majors and minors will be notified via e-mail about scholarship availability and application procedures.
|The department produces through our four theatre spaces, including a new renovated 500 seat proscenium theatre, our 150-seat black box theatre, and two smaller 80 seat black box theatres.|
|Lynn University||Lynn.firstname.lastname@example.org||3601 N. Military Tr.||Boca Raton||Fl.||33431||5615428698||In this B.F.A. in drama program, you’ll learn the skills necessary to fulfill your dreams as a performer. As a drama major, you can choose between two specialized tracks, acting or musical theater performance. Students specializing in acting will focus on advanced acting techniques, directing, technical theater and playwriting, and students specializing in musical theater performance will study singing and vocal techniques, dance, music theory and musical theater history.||BFA||Lynn University is an independent college based in Boca Raton, Florida, with approximately 3,000students from nearly 100 countries. Lynn’s goal is to remain small and maintain a multifaceted,coeducational, primarily residential university with a small college atmosphere. Lynn’s NCAA Division IIFighting Knights have won 24 national titles, its Drama Program features a world-renowned faculty ofperformers and its Dialogues curriculum and award-winning iPad program help Lynn graduates gain theintellectual flexibility and global experience to fulfill their potential in an ever-changing world. TheDrama Program at Lynn University is a concentrated acting and musical theater training program thatprepares students to be professional actors in theater, movies, television, and musicals. The uniqueand comprehensive curriculum blends traditional and contemporary theatrical training methods throughinnovative approaches that keep pace with the demands of the industry. For more information, visitlynn.edu.||Lynn’s tuition and fees are competitive when compared to universities nationwide. Our financial aidstaff can help you find an array of scholarships, grants and loans that will help you become part of ourcommunity. The Lynn Drama Talent Scholarship is available to BFA majors. Valued at up to $5000 andrenewable for four years, this scholarship is awarded to talented individuals that exhibit the potential tohave successful careers in the dramatic arts. Go to https://www.lynn.edu/admission/tuitionaid/financial-aid for more information.||Take the stage in the 750-seat Wold Performing Arts Center, or our smaller studio performance spaceas a drama major at Lynn University. Here, you will develop your talent in acting, directing, stagemanagement, writing or production through our full range of courses. You’ll also learn how to designand build sets in the scenery shop, or master lighting and sound using the latest equipment andtechnology.|