Acting & Musical Theater Program for High School Students
The below information is for Summer 2016. Summer 2017 details will be posted as they become available.
Orientation and move-in for this program is on Sunday, July 3.
The program ends on Friday, July 22, with a final performance at 7:00pm at Syracuse Stage, with a reception to follow.
This creative summer program for high school students was created for talented students who have been inspired by the energy and sophistication of theater and musical theater.
The program develops the abilities of experienced performers who are serious about the field and eager to work hard. Our goal is to help you grow creatively through full-time, college-level theater training under the direction of acclaimed professional performers and teachers.
The three-week program develops your performance skills and provides a behind-the-scenes view of theater that combines music, drama, and dance. Students complete the program with improved audition skills.
Classes aim to improve command of your body, mind, and voice, so that combined they become the expressive instrument of an actor.
Students take a trip to see at least one professional production with program faculty.
- Residential: $3,863
- Commuter: $2,600
Auditions should include the following video submissions:
- Two contrasting songs (each approximately one-minute in length)
- One age appropriate monologue
- One short dance segment
- Each component of the audition should be approximately one minute in length
- You should be the only person represented in the audition
- Submission of high school or other group productions is not admissible
- The audition is submitted online with your application via SlideRoom. Instructions are provided in the application.
What’s the Deal?
• Experienced performers study drama, music, and dance
• Grow creatively with full-time college-level training
• Learn from guest performers and field trips
9 a.m. to Noon Classes focus on musical theater, including acting, voice, improvisation, movement, dance, stage combat, and scene study.
1 to 4 p.m. Classes involve additional work in acting, movement, and voice, along with rehearsals for public performances.