Act Before You Think!

Treasure House Theater Acting Studio Allentown Location.

The Allentown Studio Sessions are offered in 15 week installments comprised of weekly 21⁄2 hour classes. If openings are available in a particular ongoing class, students may enroll at any time and work right away. 

Free Class Audit

Currently the class is approaching capacity.  We have a few slots left and auditing this class is available for free for a limited time.  

Location

We are located at 812 Hamilton Street on the 5th floor above the Allentown Brew Works.  Our studio space is private and intimate.  

Goals of the Class

  • Through participation and active observation over the course of the twelve week period, actors will work toward these goals:
  • Break through and abolish acting habits
  • Reveal and explore aspects of your temperament
  • Stretch your talent and strengthen your technique
  • Hone your selectivity in character creation
  • Have the opportunity to work on a “wish-list” role
  • Reach new depths with your work in this noble art
  • Upon completion of a 12 week session, actors wishing to continue their work at the studio may re-enroll to further their study, approach new material, and continue the developmentAll Classes will be on Wednesday evenings starting at 7pm.

News

Classes are currently on-going. and go for 15 weeks instead of twelve at no additional cost.

FAQ

I haven't acted before, can I join?


Yes, we take actors at all levels


How old do I have to be?


We take students 15 years and older, but those under 18 years old need written permission to join


What if I have to miss classes?


We highly recommend you don't.  We understand that sickness and difficulties occur in everyones life, it is important that you inform us if these things occur as quickly as you know them.  Your absence could impact the class in a very adverse way, and there are no refunds for classes missed


I acted years ago, and have been thinking of getting back into the profession?


This is a great class for you.  Getting your "stage legs" back is fun, and having a classroom environment to do it is a terrific approach.


I don't want to act, but thinking a class might be helpful to me?


We get this question often. If you take the class seriously and make a sincere effort you will find the class helpful.  Many professional actors are shy by nature and often times they become the most serious actors.


I don't want to make a 12 week commitment can I just take one class?


We suggest you audit a class before making your decision.  You can go the Stage door  and order an auditing session.   We can speak afterwards about your goals.
























































































































































































































































































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