Spring Performing Arts Program

From acting and dance lessons to audition techniques and business plans, NYPAA’s Performing Arts Program gives students all the tools they need to thrive in the highly competitive entertainment industry.

Aspiring artists learn the fundamental skills of acting, voice, and dance in a rigorous, conservatory-style training program taught by a diverse staff of entertainment industry professionals. Students work closely with instructors and classmates and in an intense, but nurturing collaborative learning environment.

Students receive practical training related to the business side of the industry and will leave the program much better equipped to handle the entertainment industry competitive job markets across the globe.


  • Ballet
  • Jazz Dance
  • Acting Technique I
  • Hip Hop
  • Musical Scene Study I
  • Voice & Speech I
  • Vocal Technique I
  • Stage Combat
  • Jazz Dance
  • Acting Technique II
  • Vocal Technique II
  • Hip Hop
  • Stage Combat
  • Voice & Speech II
  • Musical Scene Study II
  • Ballet


Early Application Deadline: September 1st
Regular Application Deadline: November 15th
Late Application Deadline: December 31st

  • Prospective students submitting an application after December 31st should contact Admissions Dept.


Orientation: 02/05/22
Start: 02/05/2022
End: 10/15/2022


Registration Fee: $95.00
Tuition: $6,400.00
  • Registration fees are non-refundable
  • Course Fees exclude flights and visa costs. Flights and visas are the responsibility of the student
  • A student who cancels within 7 days of signing the enrollment agreement but before instruction begins receives all monies returned with the exception of the non-refundable registration fee.
  • Thereafter, a student will be liable for
    • the non-refundable registration fee plus
    • the cost of any textbooks or supplies accepted plus
    • tuition liability as of the student’s last date of physical attendance or date of student withdrawal request whichever is later. Tuition liability is limited to the week during which the student withdrew or was terminated, and any previous weeks completed.
      If termination occurs school may keep
      Prior to or during the first week 0%
      During the second week 25%
      During the third week 50%
      During the fourth week 75%
      After the fourth week 100%