Meisner Acting Classes
Level 2 Meisner Class: 10 Sessions Pre-requisite, Meisner Level 1
Scene Study provides an intensive focus on how to use ‘the technique’ to bring a character to life from a script. By expanding awareness of all aspects of creating a scene through additional sets of exercises, the actor draws closer to the characters reality. You will learn all of the elements of how to break down a script and work though improvisation to organically create characters of extraordinary depth and breadth. Using carefully selected material that will provide the ultimate platform for you to create any role, we will explore characterization though improvisation. It will in turn take us back to the words of the author in an extraordinary way that will produce a truly dynamic portrayal.
Level 3 Meisner Class Scene Study and Improviation: 10 Sessions
This course is designed for the professional who is stepping up their game. Applicants must have completed 2 levels of Modern Meisner Training and must have an interview to determine their proficiency in the method, in order to qualify.
Level 3 Advanced Scene Study and Production 10 Sessions
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Youth Meisner 7-11 age 10 Sessions
Learn the basics of the Meisner Method from a protégé of the Master himself who has put this technique to work in all forms of entertainment with great success. Class designed specifically for the young actor to teach proper technique at an early age and avoid falling into bad habits.
Level 1 and Level 2
(Youth or Adult)
Level 1 Meisner Acting Class 10 Sessions
Introduction to the ‘Meisner Method.’ Learn from a ‘Master’ who learned from the “Masters” (Sanford Meisner, Bill Esper and Seth Riggs). We are the only training program teaching the ‘Meisner Technique’ in the Hudson Valley with a proven record of success. Five decades of unparalleled success worldwide on stage, in film and TV have taught us what we will teach you about the craft, the business and the conduct needed to build a solid career.
A class designed specifically for the actor to teach proper technique so that as they develop their craft they can avoid falling into ‘bad habits.’