EnActe School of Drama

EnActe School of Drama, launched in 2020, provides a premier, comprehensive education in dramatic tools for theatre, film, and career development to students of all ages. Ranging from confidence to communication, drama skills are the key to success in any field.

Master Class: Omi Vaidya

Actor OMI VAIDYA of Hollywood/Bollywood fame (3 Idiots, The Office, BrownNation) is teaching a FILM ACTING FOR KIDS masterclass this Fall! It’s two days of unprecedented opportunity for your children to perform in front of and be coached by a truly global star!  Do NOT miss this once-in-a-lifetime landmark event!

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Dates: Saturday Nov 13, 2021 and Sunday Nov 14, 2021

Daily Schedule: 10:00am-12:00pm MORNING SESSION

12:00pm-1:00pm LUNCH BREAK


Student Ages: 8-17 years

**Omi Vaidya is an American actor who works in Bollywood films. He is best known for his performance as Chatur Ramalingam or “Silencer” in the 2009 buddy-drama film, 3 Idiots. In addition, Vaidya has played roles on The Office and Arrested Development.

EnActe Academy

Summer and after school programs for ages 6-18. Includes online classes and in person classes (when possible) at EnActe as well as at schools or in collaboration with after school providers.

  • Creative Thinking & Creative Writing
  • Theatre for Leadership
  • Story and Script Writing
  • Voice Acting for Animation
  • The Science of Animation

EnActe Studio

Evening and weekend programs for adults.

EnActe Storytellers is a subscription program that offers customized clinics for writers, directors and performers.

Bespoke Masterclasses with renowned theatre makers and storytellers.

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Acting Masterclass with Lillete Dubey

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EnActe Conservatory

EnActe School of Drama is proud to announce the launch of EnActe Conservatory, a comprehensive, advanced theatre program!


A program in development. EnAccolades will be a celebration of theatrical excellence via an open competition for elementary, middle and high school students.