What is the definition of Acting? What is the job of the Actor? Through scene study and exercises students will explore point of view, subtext, meanings, actions, and objections — all tools of the actor — leading to truthful behavior and crafted characters.


Discover the launching point of the piece, your acting object, your objective, and the action needed to achieve it? Transform rote audition pieces into emotionally alive and vibrant moments of acting.


How does the actor marry truthful, contemporary behavior to classical verse? Learn how to decode iambic pentameter, how to play imagery and blank verse, and how to “take the audience along.”

Script Analysis

Anything you do not understand, you cannot act.
Learn how to decode scripts, discern cause and effect, understand the playwright’s worldview, and answer the Whys of the script.


Dialect creates character. Class and Culture determine rhythm, word order, and word choice. Once you understand this, the dialect adjustment is much easier to learn and retain.


Audition preparation for Stage, Film, or Television. By making strong and specific choices, you will use your monologues or sides effectively, and win the callback.

Role preparation: break down the text, craft the role, and create vibrant, truthful, and alive characters.


It’s about a change of perspective and it’s about encouragement.
Whether you are:

    • transitioning from Musical theatre to Straight theatre
    • auditioning for a Graduate or Undergraduate Theatre program
    • moving to the New York City marketplace, or
    • re-energizing a lagging career

we are prepared to address your needs, identify your goals, and clarify your purpose.