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The education director of TADA! Youth Theater in Manhattan answers why it might be a good idea for parents to enroll a shy child in musical theater classes to help their development, why parents' support is essential in nurturing an artistic child, and the importance of "failing forward."
Star Kidz, a performing arts program, will open its new location in Mount Kisco in the fall and registration for fall singing, dancing, and acting classes is now open.
If you're looking for musical theater classes for kids on Long Island, New York, look no further: we've rounded up the best places in the area for kids to learn how to act, sing, and dance. These Long Island studios offer musical theater classes for kids of all ages.
If you're looking for musical theater classes for kids in Westchester, New York, look no further: we've rounded up the best places in the area for kids to learn how to act, sing, and dance. These Westchester studios offer musical theater classes for kids of all ages.
Acclaimed actor, writer, director, and Manhattan dad Kevin Del Aguila (most recently Smee in the Tony-winning "Peter and the Starcatcher" and writer and director of "The Velveteen Rabbit" at DR2 Theatre) tells us why theater is so important for kids.
From Disney’s “High School Musical” franchise to “Glee,” it’s clear there’s an appetite for musical theater. But beyond entertainment, performing arts—proven critical to learning—are less accessible in schools than they once were. We're issuing a call to action.
Broadway EDGE, a weekend seminar that teaches kids to harness their personal strengths to build self-confidence during their auditions, is now available to kids in Manhattan at NOLA Studios, located in Midtown West.
This list of local music and theater studios in Suffolk County on Long Island includes studios in Oyster Bay, Patchogue, Farmingdale, Ronkonkoma, Jericho, Oakdale, and Stony Brook. These Long Island studios offer music classes and theater programs where kids can learn how to play the guitar, participate in band practice, and learn to act on stage.
Broadway Arts Factory, a nonprofit performing arts school in Manhattan, aims to train the next generation of Broadway stars with a high-end and professional acting experience. The instructors are a part of the Broadway community, and the tuition is based on your family's annual income.
Acting Out!, a Brooklyn-based performing arts school with locations in Dyker Heights and Flatlands, nurtures Broadway-bound actors and wallflowers alike. With the opening of their new theater space, Acting Out! plans to expand their show schedule.
Ten New York City public school students had their original plays published and performed through the LeAp OnStage after-school theater program.
Dimensions on Stage, a new acting and musical theatre school, opened its doors in Bay Ridge next to the Dimensions in Dance studio.
Disney Channel star Jason Earles, best known for playing Miley Cyrus' older brother Jackson Stewart in the Hannah Montana series and star of the new hit series Kickin' It, stopped in New York City for a one-day Hannah Montana-themed workshop at A Class Act NY, the award-winning acting studio for kids and teens.
We spoke with John Predaina, director of the John Robert Powers modeling, acting, and etiquette school for kids on Long Island, to get his best advice for parents who want to get their child into acting, modeling, or show business.
Applause Westchester in Mamaroneck, New York, will introduce four new classes for kids - including acting, dance, music, and theater - this fall.
The Picture House in Pelham, New York, has added several classes to its educational programming, including a filmmaking class for young children and screenwriting and acting classes for adults.
Star Kidz, an after-school performance program for kids, opened its first NYC location in Midtown East.
Five plays written by NYC students were performed at last night's Fidelity FutureStage Celebration.
The Picture House in Pelham, NY, reopened this March in time for its 90th anniversary celebration.
Bolo & Claus Clowns!, a new children's entertainment company, was founded in January by two actors who met while working in a New York theater company.
What's new in Westchester County this fall.
For many years, the Old Stone House (OSH) had been that small house at the back of a somewhat scary park. But in just a few years, OSH has spearheaded a variety of programs that have become neighborhood staples.