FAQ « The Performing Arts Project


 
What is the three-week intensive?
The Performing Arts Project Three-Week Intensive is a training program held in July on the campus of Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Up-and-coming high school and college-aged performers, selected by audition from around the country and beyond, converge for three weeks of around-the-clock training with dedicated professionals. Students take classes in all three of the major performance disciplines: acting, dancing, and singing, along with countless specializations. The schedule is rigorous and the atmosphere thrilling: the faculty considers the students to be fellow artists, and treats them like professionals during a thirteen-plus hours-a-day, seven day-a-week program of study.
 
When is the three-week intensive?
July 10th – July 31st, 2016
 
What are the ages for the three-week intensive?
Ages: 16-25
 
What is the tuition for the three-week intensive?
Tuition: $3,950 (This includes housing, three meals a day, and family tickets to the final weekend.)
 
What is the two-week intensive?
The Performing Arts Project Two-Week Intensive is a training program held in July on the campus of Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Up-and-coming high school, selected by audition from around the country and beyond, converge for two weeks of around-the-clock training with dedicated professionals. Students take classes in all three of the major performance disciplines: acting, dancing, and singing, along with countless specializations. The schedule is rigorous and the atmosphere thrilling: the faculty considers the students to be fellow artists, and treats them like professionals during a thirteen-plus hours-a-day, seven day-a-week program of study.
 
When is the two-week intensive?
June 25th – July 9th, 2016
 
What is the tuition for the two-week intensive?
Tuition: $2,750 (This includes housing and three meals a day.)



faculty
administration
board

The Performing Arts Project is a not-for-profit organization and does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, disability, sex, or sexual orientation.

© dessign.net