Educational Programs at Amas offer today's youth the opportunity to learn with seasoned professionals, who not only serve to educate, but act as important role models. Our unique programming offers critical life experience to under-served young people by instilling poise, professional discipline, self-confidence and the desire to succeed.
Bringing young people together to study and work in musical theatre, promoting empathy for others, self-awareness, teamwork, and racial harmony, has always been a basic tenet of our mission.
The Rosetta LeNoire Musical Theatre Academy Amas' transformative musical theatre performance and training program, enrolls up to 30 culturally and economically diverse young people between the ages of 12–18 in all-day classes and rehearsals Saturdays from mid-October through mid-May. Students study with theatre professionals in acting, singing, dance, creative writing and stagecraft. 60% of our students receive full or partial scholarships. The program concludes with a fully produced musical that runs for two-weeks in an Off Broadway theatre. CLICK HERE TO ENROLL.
Amas Musical Theatre Arts-in-Education In-School and After-School Programs Amas Musical Theatre programs can be designed for students with disabilities, students’ with limited English proficiency, as well as gifted students, and educationally disadvantaged students. We are committed to integrating the arts with students’ current academic programs. All Amas Residencies can be tailored to fit a school’s needs and budget.