STONESTREET PROGRAM INFORMATION


 
 
The Stonestreet Screen Acting & Production Conservatory is open to all actors, directors, writers, and producers who have completed their primary acting and/or directing training at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, or who have had some prior training or experience in the professional world.

Stonestreet has an interview process, whereby prospective students can learn more about our program and studio facilities, and we can become acquainted with the student’s goals, interests, and past experiences. Based on this interview, we ascertain whether or not a student is right for our program as well as ways to individualize when a student is eclectic in interests and talents.

A student’s background, interests, maturity, work ethic and overall attitude is what is most important rather than an audition or portfolio review for Stonestreet to judge a potential candidate for admission into our Stonestreet I curriculum.

Students who successfully complete Stonestreet I are eligible to and generally do return for Stonestreet II, III, and/or IV. Interested students should call Stonestreet Studios at:(212) 229-0020 and make an appointment to discuss and gain admission for our advanced programs.

Because Stonestreet II-IV is production oriented, we develop and gear projects to feature our actor/director/writers in new and exciting ways and thus, the earlier we know a student is returning, the better we can feature, advise and prepare for their presence in the program.

Students who are out-of-town may conduct their interview via telephone. Students may register for credit first, but must schedule and hold their interview before attending.

Please direct additional inquiries to:

KATE BAGGOTT,
Managing Director
kate@stonestreet.net or 212-229-0020

 

TUITION

Stonestreet Studios does not currently offer financial aid assistance or merit scholarships to prospective students, nor do we offer rates per class. Our semester rates are fixed, though we will establish payment plans with incoming students on a case-by-case basis, for very special circumstances.

Summer 2017 Intensive I and II:

FULL-TIME STUDENTS: $ 6,600
6 Weeks, 25 Class Hours per Week (8 Credit Hours)
SUMMER I & II DISCOUNT RATE: $ 6,400 (If paid in full by April 21, 2017)

Fall 2017 Semester:

FULL-TIME STUDENTS: $ 6,600
14 Weeks, 16 Class Hours per Week (8 Credit Hours)
FALL DISCOUNT RATE: $ 6,200 (If paid in full by July 31, 2017)

January 2018 Term – Los Angeles Intensive:

FULL-TIME STUDENTS: TBA
3 Weeks
JANUARY DISCOUNT RATE: TBA