Tartuffe, Spring 2019
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Fall 2018
Instructor of Theatre Arts Andy McGinn working with students
Instructor of Theatre Arts Christine Marie Brown directing The Children's Hour
In August 2014, twenty students from the Interlochen Arts Academy Theatre Department traveled to Edinburgh, Scotland to participate in an opportunity of a lifetime: performing at the Fringe Festival - the largest arts festival in the world. They performed Sonnets For An Old Century by José Rivera.
Acting Major Applications for Fall 2020 are now closed. Please check back soon to apply for Fall 2021!
The Acting curriculum is Stanislavski-based with a focus on inner realism. Core training in Acting Technique is bolstered by classes such as Voice & Diction and Stage Movement, giving students the tools required to maximize their expression. Advanced techniques such as Acting Shakespeare and Acting for the Camera allow young actors to deeply explore important aspects of the craft. Acting students may also select electives within Musical Theatre or Design & Production.
For information on graduation requirements and academic curriculum, please visit Academy Academics.