The New Acting Company needs your financial help to cover the cost of our move!

Moving into a new space involves purchasing new materials such as lighting units, curtains, office supplies and theater seats. It also involves numerous fees associated with incorporating as a 501(C)3 tax-exempt-not-for-profit company and costs associated with lawyers and real estate brokers. These expenses are extremely overwhelming. However, with the generous support of families like you, we can begin to develop an operating fund to help keep tuition and ticket sales at a fair market rate.

Please say, "Yes! I want to support the New Acting Company's move into a new space!"

We are very excited to have recently joined Fractured Atlas, a non-profit organization that helps artists and arts organizations function by providing access to funding, healthcare, education, and more. They will serve as our umbrella company during the transition and offer us non-profit status with tax exemption, independent of the Children's Aid Society. This means that you can donate to Fractured Atlas and those funds come directly to us to help us achieve our goal. Any amount you can offer is greatly appreciated and completely tax deductible! For example, $50 buys stage make-up, personal props and script copy for one student. $100 pays for curtain repairs and cleaning. $250 covers the cost of a full costume. $500 buys a new light partial, set piece or a box of programs. $1000 or more makes you an honorary NAC member with a name plaque displayed in the theater.

Simply follow this link to donate today:

We at The New Acting Company would like to thank you for the continued opportunity to educate your children in theater arts. We truly enjoy our everyday experiences with your family and strive to continue to enhance your child's developmental experience both socially, and artistically. With your help, we hope to have a long future with you and all future "acting" generations to come.

Thank you for your donation.

Registration Guidelines and Links

Registration forms for current and upcoming semesters are now being accepted!

Download Registration Form Here

Program Information:

How do I register for a class?
Download the registration form on this page or on our Classes and Camp page.  

Mail the completed registration form with a check (made out to The New Acting Company) for payment in full to the address provided.  Registrations received without payment in full will be returned and you will not have reserved a space in class.

To register by phone call the number listed and register with a credit card.  Mastercard, Visa and American Express accepted.

Due to the increasing popularity of our courses, payment in full (or other deposit arrangements approved by the Executive Director) must be received in order to reserve a space in class. Once the class limit is reached, class will be closed and a waiting list will be created.

In other words, REGISTER EARLY!

When does the semester start?
Dates and times vary annually so please visit our Classes and Camp page for the current schedule.
Performances and demonstrations always occur during the last week of the semester.  Signing up for any class means you are making a commitment to be available for demonstrations and performances during the last week of the semester. If you are unable to make this commitment, do not sign up for a class. Students who break this policy will not be asked to return the following semester.

What is the cancellation policy?
*All classes have a $100.00 cancellation fee which are non-refundable. *Refund Policy = full refund if class is canceled. *Refund, less $100.00, anytime through first class. *NO REFUNDS AFTER FIRST CLASS.

What if I am dissatisfied with my child's role?
Size or nature of roles are at the professional discretion of our instructors. All roles provide a valuable learning experience. No refunds granted due to dissatisfaction with assigned role.

What is the sign-out & late pick-up policy?
NY State law requires all persons over the age of 18 to carry photo id AT ALL TIMES. Parents, for the safety of your children, please have all caregivers follow these important rules. Only an authorized person can sign-out a child. All authorized persons should be written on the registration form. If someone arrives to sign-out a child whom the teacher is not familiar with, that person will be asked to show I.D. in order to verify that they listed as an authorized sign-out person. If they do not have I.D. or an authorized adult comes to sign out the child, the student must remain with the teacher until the parents are contacted and verbal authorization for their child to be released.
First late arrival constitutes a warning, after that a charge of $15 for every 15 minutes late will charged.