(P.A.T. Program)

Launching Summer 2022

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Why choose the PAT Program at
The Actor's Establishment?

  • Want to get a B.F.A?

  • Looking to attend a performing arts college or conservatory?

  • Want to transfer and need help with your audition material?

  • Want to take the next step in your performing arts training?

  • Interested in theatre arts but not sure if it's right for you? 

TAE is here to help guide you along your artistic journey! ​

Here's what you'll gain from attending the P.A.T. Program:

  • Ensure you are properly prepared for college auditions. 

  • Build your confidence by enhancing your acting technique.

  • Learn the fundamentals of acting and musical theatre from trained professionals and educators.

  • Continue growing your artistic and authentic self. 


To pre-register, and receive updates, please take the time to fill out the information below.

Space is limited.
Register early!

Classes & Tuition

Come Spend Your Summer with
The Actor's Establishment

Classes (2 weeks)

include but are not limited to:

Musical Theatre (singing, acting, and dancing simultaneously)

Fundamental Acting Techniques 

Script Analysis

Movement for the Actor

Dance (Jazz, Tap, and Musical Theatre)

Voice Production and Speech 

Building Your Confidence, Finding Your Motivation 

*Once the schedule has been finalized, class descriptions will be posted. 


Early Registration (must be paid in full)
(Early Registration Ends February 28, 2022)
(Registration ends June 30, 2022)



















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*This is only an example of a daily schedule

Starting July 2022, the most comprehensive pre-professional training program begins in Pasadena, CA. The most engaging and practical training program for aspiring high school and college performers. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is there an age requirement?

To be accepted into the Pre Professional Training Program you must be in high school or a freshman or sophomore in college.

Do I have to audition to be accepted?

Nope. TAE accepts anyone young actor and artist that is looking to advance their training.

How many people are accepted?

In order to keep our classes personal and geared toward the engagement of each individual young artist, TAE is limiting enrollment to 20 students. If the PPATP is sold out, please email, to be put on the waiting list.

The PAT Program got cancelled! Now what happens?

TAE reserves the right to cancel the PPATP based on insufficient enrollment. If the program has been cancelled, a full refund will be issued. To help ensure that the PPATP does not get cancelled, we recommend registering early to secure your spot. And while registering, be sure to invite your friends to join you. Acting is more fun when we do it with the people we love!

Is there a performance of any kind?

YES! The last day of the PPATP there is a performance for friends and family. The performance is not meant to be "polished" in any way, but it allows an opportunity for invited guests to see what the actors and artists have been working on over the course of the program. (There is no fee to attend the performance)

What is the drop-off and pick-up protocol?

Each student (family) is repsonsible for their own transportation accomodations. A staff member will be onsite until all students have been picked up. TAE asks that you please be respectful of our staff and faculty's time by arriving promptly at the end of each day. TAE understands that life happens and unexpected events come up. If there is an issue with picking up your student by the end of the day, please just let us know by calling the office.

What is the attendance policy?

TAE recommends registering for the PPATP if you are able to attend the majority, if not all, of the classes. Missing no more than 1 or 2 classes is acceptable. Absences can affect the progression of the student and also affects other students as well. There is no refunds or prorated fees for absences. If you know you are going to be absent from class on specific days, please let our office know by emailing, prior to starting the summer program.

Who are the faculty?

All of the faculty are top notch professionals with years of acting experience in the theatre and on television and in film. These working professionals are not only exceptional at their craft but they are incredible and engaging educators as well. Full faculty list will be announced soon!

I'm past my sophomore year of college, do you have classes for me?

YES, we do! If you're a junior, senior, or out of college, we recommend trying our evening acting classes! Email us or head over to the home page to see a list of our current classes.

Do I need any prior experience to attend?

Not at all! This is a training program to give you the experience, tools, and skills needed to start working on your craft. TAE feels that a strong foundation of acting technique is vital to sustaining a successful acting career. So start now! Whether you are interested in tv, film, theatre, musical theatre, or any other creative field, TAE is here to help you reach your artistic goals!

What kind of classes are being offered?

SO MANY! The program is designed to focus on different tools an actor needs, for example: Movement & the Body, The Voice, Acting & Scene Study, and Musical Theatre Techniques (which includes acting, singing, and dancing). These are just some examples of what may be added to the final schedule. Are you looking for something specific? Email us and let us know.

When does the PAT Program start?

Great Question! We are still finalizing all the details, but the training program will take place in July of 2022. The training program will be 2 weeks. We are so excited...CAN'T WAIT!

Where does the PAT Program take place?

The training program will take place in Pasadena, CA. (Exact location TBA soon) Monday-Friday. A tentative schedule will be released soon, with the final schedule being sent out in the Spring of 2022!

How do I know if there is still space available in the PAT Program?

Space is available in our program unless noted on our website. If you are unable to register but would like to be put on the waiting list, please email, to let us know!

I've registered for the PAT Program, now what happens?

Once you have registered for the PPATP, we will send you an invoice to be paid prior to the first class meeting. The week before the PPATP begins you will also receive a welcome email with additional information.

What is the refund policy?

If for any reason you decide to withdraw from the PPATP, prior to the first class meeting, you will receive a full refund, minus the registration fee. If you decide to withdraw after the first class meeting, a prorated refund will be given, minus the registration fee. Refunds must be made in writing. Please send your refund request to [Subject: Refund Request] Please allow 10-14 business days for your refund to be processed.

If you still have questions after reading the FAQs, please email