2017 rates: $1265. Full tuition must be received by April 3, 2017.
The program is housed on Newman’s campus in the newly renovated Henson Auditorium at 5333 Danneel Street.
No, we are a training program focused on the process and skills development.The program is opened to all levels of experience.
Students are required to have jazz shoes, pencils and a composition book.
Students should wear comfortable clothing which allows for movement and have a set of blacks (black pants and black t-shirt) for the production. Overly baggy clothing is not allowed.
Optional lunch will be available to all Theater Conservatory students at an additional fee. Students who are registered for lunch will need to opt in for an entire session; lunch cannot be purchased on a daily basis. For more information and the menu, please click here.
Students who do not register for lunch will need to bring a lunch from home each day. A refrigerator and microwave are available.
Newman is conveniently located about two blocks away from the St. Charles Avenue Streetcar Line.The streetcar runs from downtown at Canal St., down St. Charles Avenue, and to the intersection of Carrollton and Claiborne Avenues.
To be announced. Previous productions have included; Thoroughly Modern Millie, Jr., Into The Woods, Jr., Little Mermaid, Jr., and Music Man, Jr.
Auditions will be held during the first couple days of the conservatory. Students will spend the first day of the Conservatory learning audition skills, getting to know the show, and selecting a targeted audition piece for the show. On the second day, students will spend the morning sessions practicing their audition pieces with the actual auditions being held that afternoon.
No, students are expected to be dropped off and picked up promptly or to have other arrangements in place.
Contact Andrew Rodgers, Dean of the Arts at Isidore Newman School
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Newman admits students without regard to physical handicap, race, color, gender, national and ethnic origin, or sexual orientation, to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities available to students. It does not discriminate in the administration of educational policies, financial aid programs, athletic programs, or any other school-administered programs.