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Category: SCHOOLS-PERFORMING ARTS

  • Schools-Performing Arts
    • American Stanislavski Theater
    • The Bachoff Academy
      • The Perfection 2018 Film
        • Anton's school in Boston, where Charlotte used to attend. The premiere private music facility for young cellists in the world.
    • Bedrock Dance Studio
      • The Flintstones 1960 Animated Series
        • Episode: Bowling Ballet. Fred enrolls in the Bedrock Dance Studio in order to regain his lost timing before the big bowling match against the Rockland Rockets.
    • BWU-NYC
      • A.I. Artificial Intelligence 2001 Film
        • BWU-NYC has one of the finest journalism schools in the entire world, and many of the other campuses field world-class daily newsfeeds as well.
    • Cello Lessons By Claire
      • Jessica Jones 2015 TV Series
        • One of Kilgrave's victims in the support group is a cello player - and teacher. (Season 1 episode AKA 99 Friends)
    • Chuckles University
      • Friends 1994 TV Series
        • Joke Chandler makes regarding Ross's new lecturing job and Ross says it's a university, not a comedy club. (Season 6 episode The One Where Joey Loses His Insurance)
    • The Dennis Reynold Ski Academy
    • Derek Zoolander University Of Modeling For Men
      • Zoolander 2001 Film
        • a.k.a. DZU, Derek's modeling school, Call 1-600-ZOOLANDER (DVD Bonus Features)
    • Disco Stu's Can't Stop The Learnin' Disco Academies
    • Disco Tech College
      • Looney Tunes 1930 Animated Series
        • From Bugged by a Bee. Hipster Cool Cat is a student Disco Tech college. Impressing some girls, Cool Cat tries attempts to pole vault but a bee's sting causes him to make an incredible leap over the pole.
    • Fake Accent University
      • Friends 1994 TV Series
        • School from Rachel's prank call to Ross's answering machine: Hello, Ross? This is Dr. McNeely from the Fake Accent University. We'd like you to come onboard full-time! (Season 6 episode The One Where Joey Loses His Insurance)
    • The Famous School Of Elvis Impersonators
    • Graphic Design Institute
    • Happy Havemeyer's Dancing School
      • The Munsters 1964 TV Series
        • Episode: Dance With Me, Herman. In order to accompany Marilyn to her school dance, Herman takes dancing lessons at, where he is suckered into signing a ten-year contract for 1500 lessons.
    • The Imaginesium
    • Jimmy Sparx
      • Workaholics 2011 TV Series
        • Dance instructor brought to the Termi-Date dating game show to teach the contestants how to dance. (Season 7 episode Termidate)
    • Krusty's Clown College
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • New clown college Krusty opens to increase cash flow. "Formerly Willie Nelson's house." (Season 6 episode Homie the Clown)
    • Larry Storch School Of Acting
      • Married... With Children 1987 TV Series
        • Kelly gets a big break while attending the Larry Storch School of Acting when she and Larry Storch are to appear on stage in a part of the show "Phantom of the Opera." (episode Something Larry This Way Comes)
    • Les Petites Pétomanes
      • Two And A Half Men 2003 TV Series
        • Ballet school. French name that translates to: The little flatulists girls. Charlie bribes and tricks Jake into taking ballet lessons so he can get closer to Mia, the teacher. (Season 3 episode That Voodoo That I Do Do)
    • Lil' Ludwig's Music School
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Music school where Lisa goes to find out if she has what it takes to become a professional jazz musician. (Season 3 episode Separate Vocations)
    • Mausoleum School Of Art
      • Night Gallery 1970 TV Series
        • Episode: The Diary. From the introduction to the episode The Diary:. Good evening. A most cordial welcome to a display of canvases from which you might call the mausoleum school of art.
    • McBierny School
      • Seinfeld 1989 TV Series
        • Location of George's new girlfriend's piano recital, where Jerry puts a Tweety Bird Pez dispenser on Elaine's leg and she can't stop laughing. (Season 3 episode The Pez Dispenser)
    • Metropolis Conservatory
      • Smallville 2001 TV Series
        • Harry Bollston, elderly murder turned young again thanks to meteor rocks, mentions having wanted to attend Metropolis Conservatory, closed down now for years. (Season 1 episode Hourglass)
    • Parsen's School Of Design
      • Little Nicky 2000 Film
        • Parsen's School of Design is where Valerie (Patricia Arquette) went to school.
    • Pratt School Of Design
      • The Office 2005 TV Series
        • a.k.a. The Pratt institute. Pam's graphic design school in New York. (Season 4 episode Goodbye, Toby)
    • PSAU
      • Parks And Recreation 2009 TV Series
        • Pawnee School of the Arts. School where Tom goes to pay a local artist to make a painting for him for the mural contest. (Season 2 episode The Camel)
    • School Of Fine Art
    • Taylor Robberts Modeling Academy
      • Invisible Monsters 1999 Literature
        • My passing grade in modeling school was just because Evie'd dragged down the curve. She'd wear shades of lipstick you'd expect to see around the base of a penis. She'd wear so much eye shadow you'd think she was a product testing animal. Just from her hair spray, there's a hole in the ozone over the Taylor Robberts Modeling Academy.
    • Valentina Valencia Center For Swimsuit Models Who Want To Be Taken Seriously And Maybe Transition Into Law Enforcement Too
    • Williams Conservatory
      • Lost 2004 TV Series
        • Prestigious Los Angeles school where Jack's son David attends admittance auditions, playing piano. (Season 6 episode Lighthouse)


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