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Acting Classes for Teens (ages 14-18)
Kids and Teens - Summer | Acting Studio Chicago
Imagine your perfect acting summer camp, dazzling Broadway shows, private and group acting classes, Improv, Film and new friend in a creative oasis surrounded by mountains trees and lakes. Welcome to Long Lake Camp for the Arts, the longest running and best overnight summer Acting camp program in the world for boys and girls. Our non-completive audition process ensures every camper succeeds and you will always join a cast, no one is left out at Long Lake. Our 28 talented technical theater staff create beautiful sets and costumes for you to look and sound amazing in our 30 Broadway musicals and drama shows per summer.
TEEN ONLINE ACTING CLASSES
We begin working with the actor six months prior to their Los Angeles arrival. Virtual coaching, headshot consultation, resume development, submitting for a talent agent and choosing Los Angeles based acting classes are essential for a successful stay. Whether the actor remains in Los Angeles or returns home, they will have the skills to self-submit to auditions online and so much more! Program Directors work year-round to assist young actors and their parents navigate self-tape audition issues. We are not grounded to one location for very long.
SOCAPA's Core Acting Camp immerses young actors in the world of cinema and stage for an enlightening, fun and creatively active summer acting experience. Many acting schools spend weeks, months, even years on theater games and exercises before they give their students actual scenes to work on. Each week, acting students are cast in lead and supporting roles in the numerous short films that SOCAPA's filmmaking students write and direct. All of the films are screened each Friday night for the camp and are hosted online for students to share publicly or privately with their family and friends. The quick and consistent production and screening of work provides invaluable feedback for young actors who are looking to 'live more truthfully' in the moment.