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The Rosetta LeNoire Musical Theatre Academy

Offices at: 257 West 52nd Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10019
phone (212) 563-2565 • fax (212) 239-8332 •

Seeking Talented Young People 14-20

The Rosetta LeNoire Musical Theatre Academy is the flagship education program of New York’s award-winning Amas Musical Theatre, celebrating diversity, and bringing communities of all backgrounds and colors together through the development and production of new musicals and the education and training of young people.

The Academy meets on Saturdays 9:45-4:30. Classes in singing, acting, and dance, as well as related performance skills, are taught by experienced professionals. A public presentation is held in January for parents and friends. In May 2017 students perform a fully-produced Off-Broadway musical at the Theatre at the 14th Street Y. Classes are held at the Jackie Kennedy Onassis High School on West 46th Street in Manhattan. Students are accepted into the program by auditions held in October 2016. Classes begin October 15, 2016.

30-35 students are selected on the basis of talent, potential and ability in the performing arts. Classes are conducted by established New York theatre professionals and offer the opportunity for students to develop their talents in a nurturing and supportive environment. In addition to scheduled classes, special guest artists meet and work with students.

The Rosetta LeNoire Musical Theatre Academy has been featured in The New York Times, The Amsterdam News, The New York Post, and on NY1.

Tuition for the Academy is $1,500 for 25 weeks of instruction and two-week Off-Broadway Production.

Full and partial scholarships are available for eligible students.

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Amas Musical Theatre’s Rosetta LeNoire Musical Theatre Academy is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and by Ampacet Corporation, PM Pediatrics, the Jean and Bill Cantor Scholarship Fund, the Alexander H. Gordon, M.D. Memorial Fund, and through the support of many individuals.