Online Acting Are my parents listening to me right now? Why can’t my little sister be quieter?The WiFi keeps cutting out! Why is this desk chair so uncomfortable? Why do I look so weird on this Zoom call?Why does my dog keep staring at me? What do they want?! This is just a […]
“How to overcome shyness?” Many parents come to our studio in hopes of trying to make their child not shy. Of course, no person is inherently shy all of the time. In the same way, that no one is always outgoing or brave or silly either. Virtually every kid is […]
As the Artistic Director of The Young Actor’s Studio, I see time and time again kids between the ages of five to eleven possessing an incredibly unique imagination that many teen acting classes and adult acting class try to emulate. Picasso once said “Every child is an artist,” and that […]
“What bliss, when for a few minutes you enter that sphere of your art where it becomes genuine, where you feel true life in the Scene.” There before you stands your partner, I living person. You see him as someone real….You, yourself, think completely in character…..Not recognizing any obligation to […]
Hannah Gansert, in our older teen group, performing a monologue from YAS alumni Alexis Sanchez’s Jeremy and Jeopardy as part of the 2020 Spring Digital Project. Important: This monologue contains mature themes and subject matter.
Learn Acting at Home How can anyone practice acting in their home? Much of Stanislavski’s work was dedicated to “an actor’s work on himself.” It’s important that you understand yourself so you can add your uniqueness to the parts you play. As a teacher and a director, I am interested […]