Prices For Acting Classes

Before you worry about having to pay exorbitant prices for acting lessons, take this into consideration. There is a wide range of acting classes available and the cost you pay will depend on the one you choose. Let’s take a look.

Super Affordable Classes

Acting classes can range from as low as $30 to as much as $100 per session. For instance, acting lessons in the Valley area tend to fall within a lower and more affordable price range. These classes range from $30 – $50 per session. If you are hoping to land a big role in a movie or to be the next big name in the industry, this may not be your first choice. You may find that the more affordable schools may have less experienced teachers or interns. However, if you wish to just learn a few acting techniques for the fun of it, then these schools can work for you.

Moderately Priced Classes

Acting schools, like The Playground, are a bit more expensive. However, the quality of training you can expect is exceptional. These schools tend to have well-trained teachers with tremendous experience in the industry. If you are looking for exposure to an in-depth curriculum and extensive hands-on experience, The Playground Acting Conservatory is the place for you. With classes starting at around $100 per session, you will be happy you made this choice for your career. You can also register in one of our longer programs.

Expensive Classes

As the price increases, so does the intensity of the acting classes. Acting schools in this bracket offer intensive degree programs usually reserved for adults. One good example is The New York Film Academy, which offers a one-week program that costs $1,214. It also offers a one-year program that starts at $34,676 for two semesters. If you are looking for a degree in acting, The New York Film Academy has programs from Associate Degree to Master’s level.

Choosing the right option for you will depend on what type of class you wish to pursue and your budget. There is an option for anyone who has a passion for acting.