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company name The Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory
1501 14th Street NW, , Washington, DC 20010
(202) 232-7267 ·

Who We Are

THE STUDIO THEATRE ACTING CONSERVATORY "The area's premiere professional training facility for actors and directors". YOUNG ACTORS ENSEMBLE (ages 12-17). The Young Actors Ensemble nurtures the creativity, develops the vocal and physical skills, and enhances the young actors' ability to perform and work together as part of an ensemble. Utilizing theatre games, pantomimes, improvisations, ensemble work, monologues and scene study from both contemporary and classical literature, students expand their concentration, observation skills, ability and enjoyment in performing. The program culminates in a final showing of their work at the end of each session. Movement, Voice, and Improvisation classes augment the summer program and support the work in the acting classes. Targeted instruction to free and expand physical response as well as vocal range and clarity encourage the young actors to explore and develop their instrument. We accept students with or without previous experience. Through the auditions, our instructors carefully create dynamic ensembles that enable individual students to develop to their fullest potentials.

At A Glance
Camp Type
Other Performing Arts
Activities Acting, Voice, Movement, Improvisation
Extended Day
Dates and Sessions Auditions are on Sat, June 16 Appointment time for the audition is given at the time of registration.

Session 1: June 25 — July 13 (14 classes- no class July 4) Mon — Fri 9:00am to 3:00pm Extended day 3:00-6:00pm

Session 2: July 16 — August 3

Admissions Info
Director Roma Rogers
Phone (202) 232-7267
What Others Say
"This class helped me improve my self-confidence. I was able to get over my fear of speaking in front of people I have never met before." - Kaylah

"We were really pleased that Fiona was so enthusiastic about everything -- her teacher, the students, what she learned and just being down at the facility every day. We were all impressed by what we saw from all the students in the final scenes, as well." - Young Actor Parent