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AMDA requires a completed application and audition for admission consideration. Carefully review and follow the audition requirements at amda. Auditions may be done in person or via video submission. All disciplines cover the requirements for the Conservatory Programs. Final official high school transcripts must be submitted to AMDA prior to your enrollment. Group Campus Tours are on Fridays at 12pm. Group Campus Tours allow you to visit and see classrooms on campus, the performing spaces, campus housing, get audition tips and receive information on admissions, financial services and scholarships. The Group Tours allow you to see classes during session, get tips on the audition process and receive an informative Admissions, Financial Services and Scholarship overview. See all upcoming tour dates at amda.
It is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Theatre. The school established itself as a part of the New York performing arts community and garnered early support from members of the Broadway theatre such as Sammy Davis Jr. By , the school had outgrown its original location on East 23rd Street and moved into a new building on Bleecker Street in Greenwich Village. A few years later, further growth prompted a move to the Ansonia Building. The principal facility is located at West 61st Street,  directly behind Lincoln Center. The other half of the campus is located at the Ansonia building, on West 73rd Street.
AMDA began its journey in as a musical theatre school emerging from the vibrant Manhattan arts scene. AMDA was born with a simple but powerful idea: to create a school run by professional performers, for performers. AMDA soon became known throughout the performing arts world for its critically acclaimed fundraising productions, with gave tribute to such luminaries as Stephen Sondheim, Julie Styne, Ira Gershwin and Cole Porter. In the late s, Burton passed the torch to David and his wife, Jan Martin, both of whom went on to produce several televised gala productions for PBS at the famed Lincoln Center. As we look forward to the next generation of performance, AMDA remains committed to nurturing artists who have the skills and drive to launch effective, creative careers that shape the life of our local, national and global communities. You have set new location. Do you want to update the page with content tailored to new location? State or city.