Frequently Asked Questions

Acting-A-Part® is a thriving, State Of The Art Theater and Film school for children of all ages, where every child is a star. Our overriding mission is to instill every student with the creativity and self-confidence that can be gained through the arts.  AAP prides itself on creating a non-competitive environment where every child can shine. 

The primary goal at AAP® is to build a child’s self-confidence, while incorporating other wonderful skills the world of theater, Film, TV and the Arts can provide like;

  • increased creativity, practical problem solving, perseverance, the ability to focus and concentrate, non-verbal communications, receiving constructive feedback, the art of collaboration and teamwork, dedication, accountability & responsibility!

Acting-A-Part®’s workshops are a hands on theatrical experience where your children will learn all aspects of theater and film. Whether the student's purpose is to turn professional, or simply enjoy all that the stage, film, television and even writing have to offer, exposure to an Acting-A-Part® experience will bring out their self- esteem and self-confidence.  

AAP® offers a wide variety of courses each semester in various genres; we truly have something for everyone!  For the younger and beginner students we have our unique Little Actors classes which cater to those kids ages 4-7, as well as our more advanced theater and film classes for those students Tween & Teen students ages 7-15.  We also offer private acting, voice or musical instructions.  Each season offers a different set of classes so visit the web for what is available this semester but keep in mind if you don’t see it this semester it could be there next semester, or give us a call and let us know what you are looking for!

AAP® is comprised of a gifted and talented staff of professional directors, educators, choreographers, musical accompanist and assistants who are here to help you every step of the way.  Dedicated to the students the staff members cater and nurture their craft as well as their students’ talents.