The Frank Sinatra School of the Arts is a performing arts high school in Astoria, Queens as part of the New York City Department of Education. The school, founded by Tony Bennett, is a major arts high school in New York City offering High School Diplomas in six arts majors including fine art, dance, vocal and instrumental music, drama, and film. Each studio has its own dedicated teachers, classrooms, ensembles, and performances/exhibitions where students may showcase their work to the public. All students must audition for admission. Students in every Studio/Major are also allowed to audition for the Musical Theatre elective class. Who in the past have put on performances such as The King and I, Anything Goes, The Secret Garden, Carousel, Footloose the musical. Students can also apply for the Stage Craft elective class that teaches the students to work as crew for schools productions and technical theatre.
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