NYU's New Studio on Broadway:
Music Theatre and Acting
At the Tisch School of the Arts
This innovative new program is a professional theatre-training studio offered to undergraduate students at NYU Tisch School of the Arts’ Department of Drama. New Studio work captures the present moment, drawing its energy from popular culture and the infinite possibilities of diverse global performance and art forms. Integrating rigorous training in acting, speech, singing, physical acting (movement), and dance and taking place in a brand-new, state-of-the-art facility, the New Studio’s four-year program reaches beyond a single methodology to offer young actors instruction in all the disciplines essential to the performer’s craft. It equally engages the American musical, the classical acting canon and new contemporary plays and musicals, preparing students for opportunities to perform in traditional Broadway musical productions as well as in emerging plays, music and performance forms. New Studio is deeply committed to developing each student’s distinctive voice and the skills necessary to sustain a career at play with global audiences on stage, in music theatre, and in whatever forms and mediums lie beyond.
For more information on the New Studio on Broadway, visit NYU Tisch School of the Arts’ website.
Photos courtesy NYU Tisch Department of Drama.
In the News
Sutton Foster, Musical Theater star and New Studio on Broadway faculty member at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, is currently starring as Reno Sweeney in the revival of Anything Goes. For her performance, Foster received a Tony Award® for Best Actress in a Musical. The "New York Times" sat down with Foster to discuss her thrilling career on stage and her time teaching New Studio on Broadway students. Click here to read the article.