American Academy of Dramatic Arts


American Academy of Dramatic Arts
   Established in 1884 as the Lyceum Theatre School of Acting by Franklin Haven Sargeant, this first professional actor-training conservatory remains in operation. A not-for-profit educational institution, AADA has provided a broadly practical education in acting to its students. The AADA's impressive alumni of stage and motion picture actors and directors include Spencer Tracy, Edward G Robinson, Walter Abel, Margaret Anglin, Margalo Gilmore,* Chester Er-skine,* Pat O'Brien, William Powell, Joseph Schildkraut, Jane Cowl, Cecil B. DeMille, Guthrie McClintic, Howard Lindsay, Allen Jenkins, Claire Trevor, and Helen Westley, among many others.

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