$29 Monthly Gold Membership

Check out our new program, for just $29and receive 1 acting class monthly . Great way to check out different acting classes.

Classes must be used each month(1 per month).  Classes cannot be saved for a future month And cannot be taken consecutively.  This includes taking 1 class per month in improv, acting essentials and scene study.

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Talent Agency & Acting School: We REPRESENT and TRAIN Actors


We represent professional actors. booking opportunities worldwide


Step 1:  Learn How to Act


Acting is first and foremost a craft. The best actors understand this, and no matter how far they have come in their careers, they are constantly looking to improve upon their talents. They take classes, work with acting and dialogue coaches, they study life experiences, etc. They know full well that even after a lifetime of work and study, they may never reach absolute perfection.

So, for you, it's imperative that you take a wide variety of acting classes and work in a wide variety of styles with as many different groups of people that you can find. Try it all. From Shakespeare to improv to scene study to audition technique -- the more you know, the more professional you'll be and ultimately, the better prepared you'll be for whatever roles come your way

Step 2: Do What It Takes  

No, that doesn't mean what you think it means. Don't worry about the "casting couch." But you must be willing to do what it takes for the sake of your craft. You might ultimately have to sacrifice certain aspects of your life to ensure that you will have success as a working  actor.  You must take the time to master your craft. If that means sacrificing a relationship or a few friendships along the way.  It's a lot of work, often 14-20 hours per day, in all kinds of conditions and initially, not much money.  Even actors who make millions of dollars per picture still must "work" to earn their keep. They are on location for months at a time and every day they commit themselves both emotionally and physically to their roles. It can be extremely exhausting. You must prepare yourself both mentally and physically for this type of challenge.  It's one of the many reasons why Hollywood stars have trainers, psychologists, plastic surgeons, nutritionists and divorce attorneys at their beck and call. Their job is hardly an easy job.

Step 3:  Be Nice  

This Industry all about helping those you know because they might one day be in a position to help you as well. So, you need to remember this steadfast rule -- be nice to everyone. From agents' assistants to fellow cast members to whomever you meet in the Industry. Remember, that assistant you treated poorly two years ago might one day become a casting director, film producer, talent agent or whatever. And trust me, they'll remember those who stomped on their toes on their way up the ladder.  Conversely, they'll remember those who were nice the whole way up, and they'll be that much more inclined to help them achieve their own goals.


Step 4:  Take Some Improv

Regardless of what you may think of improvisation classes, it is one skill most actors with whom I've worked with count on in a time of need.  Beyond a crisis situation, improv is one of the few styles of acting where you have absolute freedom to discover what things you're good at, and which things could use some work.  Improv is a way to discover your range as an actor while at the same time, it forces you to explore new territories while having to commit completely to the evolving situation .

Step 5:  Know Your Range, Then Break Through It

We've all seen those actors who seem to constantly be working in a particular range of roles. For years, Clint Eastwood epitomized the "tough guy" image, Meg Ryan, the "cutesy, girl next door" even Tom Hanks was once the "goofy, nice guy." These actors made their name playing certain roles because they found a target range they made work for themselves and stuck with it.  But then, as many of the better actors will often do, they decided to challenge themselves and break through the mold that audiences, producers, and their agents had put them into.  You will find that everything you learn in the acting realm will be put to use someday. Many factors impact an actor's career...financial, educational, personal, social, legal, ...

Step 6:  Be Persistent and Patient

There is one general rule in  the Industry -- talent won't get you there, but persistence just might.  Train harder than anyone else in your acting classes and don't give up if you feel it's taking too long.  Yes, it will take time to land your dream job.  So while you are waiting, keep training and learning.  You are never done learning!  Rare is the true "overnight success." Sure, there are those actors that seem completely unknown one day, only to dominate the limelight the next. But the reality is that there were years of hard work and preparation that led them to that "sudden discovery."  Seems like a given, doesn't it? But I can't tell you the number of people that go out to Hollywood thinking that all they need to do is get a job as a waiter at some popular restaurant, earn good tips,  meet a talent agent, get "discovered" and then it's nothing but champagne and caviar from there. Uh...no.  Be prepared to want something very badly!

Acting and Improv School


Our downtown acting studio is home to multitudes of students each year.  We offer acting classes combining the best of method acting, Meisner and improvisation.

  Become an actor in 1 year or less.  Take a 5 week Beginner's program to see if you really want to pursue an acting career.

Next step would be to register in our TRIPLE THREAT ACTING PROGRAM! 

Professional training is essential to a successful career in acting.

FYI:  Meryl Streep:  2 Degrees:  Streep started voice training at age 12 and took up acting in high school. In 1971 she graduated from Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, with a degree in drama and costume design. After working in summer stock theatre, Streep studied drama at Yale University, where she earned a master of fine arts degree in 1975. She then moved to New York City to begin a professional career as an actress. 

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