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"All The Worlds A Stage..."

If you think that you have raw entertainment talent, hone your skills at The Greenwich Performing Arts Studio. At our Connecticut-based facility, we provide students with the necessary training to become confident performers. You could be a future success on stage or screen with acting classes and musical theater training from our instructors.


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Acting—Beginning

This is Acting 101. This class will cover the basic skills used by actors and will spotlight basic terminology, focus, concentration, and working with an ensemble.

Beginning Musical Theater

Would you like to become a musical theater performer? Learn vocal technique and enhance your comfort level on stage.

Improv—Beginning/Intermediate

Develop your imagination, increase your abilities in storytelling, develop teamwork skills, and learn to think on your feet. We also teach you how to create a scene without any written dialogue.

Scene—Study

How do you break down a scene? What is the objective of the scene and where do you fit in ? This class will give you the analytical tools to understand any scene. The prerequisite for this class is Intermediate/Advanced Acting.


Acting—Intermediate

Take your technique up a notch by developing a character and making it your  own. Beginning Acting is the prerequisite for this class. 

Variety Hour

This class is a great introduction to theater arts for the student who is not sure what to take. Different areas of performance are explored each week, from acting, improv, and movement to on-camera and musical theater.

Musical Theater—Intermediate

The lyrics tell the story in a musical. In this class, you learn how to develop the character in the song.

Theater Masks

Musical Theater—Advanced

Now that you have the technique and the character, learn how to sell the song and tell the story. Become an accomplished musical singer with our help. Our advanced class is taught by Broadway veteran Frank Mastrone. He has performed in Cats, Phantom of the Opera, Saturday Night Fever, Mamma Mia!, and many other productions.

On Camera

Use the camera to help enhance your "believability, " learn to bring your own unique personality to the role, and be honest and keep it "fresh." GPAS is pleased to be able to bring out teachers from Actors Technique NY™ for this class. It culminates in a New York audition for agents, managers, and casting directors.