Acting classes

The Alliance Theatre Acting Program

Celebrating over 30 years of excellence, the Alliance Theatre Acting Program has developed a comprehensive curriculum in stage, film, and television acting.

One of the most successful and respected programs in the country, the Acting Program offers students of all ages, experience, and abilities a chance to work with professional theater and film educators in one of America's most renowned regional theaters.

Browse our comprehensive list of acting classes and camps designed for ages 18 months through grade 12.

» Youth classes
» Summer drama camps
» Spring Break drama camps
» Winter Break drama camps

Our adult acting classes can take you from absolute beginner all the way to a career in acting, whether your interests are on the stage, in front of a camera, or behind a microphone.

» Stage classes
» Film classes
» Workshops
» Artist to Artist Master classes

The Alliance Theatre is currently accepting resumes for teachers and teaching artists to work with educational programs. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and applicants will be contacted as opportunities become available.
 

Our free acting workshops are offered between each class session to give prospective students the opportunity to participate in a class and learn about all our offerings in a fun and supportive environment. 

Military family scholarships

Thanks to sponsorship from The Home Depot Foundation, the Woodruff Arts Center offers veterans, active duty and military families scholarships for classes and camps. Contact Alvin.Townley@woodruffcenter.org or visit the Veterans Program for more information.

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