I have a niece who shows promise as an actress. What are some good live-in programs in the US for this sort of thing?
Interlochen is the oldest and best
If she wants any success in the industry, the best thing for her to do is have her mom quit her job, move to Hollywood, homeschool her at night and have her go to auditions all day.
She'll have an Oscar by the time she's 22.
Make her see every performance of Aged in Wood and then she should stand in the alley and wait.
Stagedoor Manor if she's interested in theatre. Have her watch "Camp" first, though.
Why my spare couch!
SAdly, R1 is correct. If she wants to make it big in Hollywood, she needs to get a good agent while she's still high school age. Hollywood thinks that actors who get real training are too old to rate any interest.
And that's why I wouldn't advise anyone I liked to become an actor.
Interlochen, no question.
The Casting Couch Players in Boston. It's sponsored by Barely Legal magazine.