Part-Time Workshops

Fall Session: September 12 – November 20, 2017
Spring Session: February – April, 2018
Summer Session: June – August 2018

Summer Workshop Still Available:

VOICE OVER 101

4 WEEKS, $350
SATURDAYS, JULY 22 – AUGUST 12  1pm-4pm
Taught by VO Instructor Bruce Kronenberg, Voice Over 101 is the most comprehensive voice over training you can get in New York City.  Covering every genre of VO (Radio Commercials, Television Commercials, Audiobook and Narration and Animation), learn how to use your new skills to make money.  The final class covers the Business of the Voice Over Business.
Students receive MP3 files of their weekly work.
Instructor: Bruce Kronenberg

New York 2017 Fall Workshops Session

  • Interview Required for New Applicants. Please call the studio at 212-689-0087 to schedule an interview.
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BUILD A STRONG FOUNDATION


EVENING INTRODUCTORY PROGRAM

10 WEEKS, $2600
SEPTEMBER 12 – NOVEMBER 16
TUESDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS   6:30pm – 10:30pm
This foundation course is a taste of conservatory training with classes in Acting Technique, Scene Study, Movement, and Voice & Speech. Actors will develop more fully as actors in this intensive, multi-disciplinary program.
INSTRUCTORS:  Jon Korkes (Scene Study), Nick Piacente (Movement), Reginald Veneziano (Voice & Speech), Deborah Kym (Acting Technique)


WEEKEND INTRODUCTORY PROGRAM

10 WEEKS, $1995
SATURDAYS, SEPTEMBER 16 – NOVEMBER 18   10am – 7pm
This foundation course is a taste of conservatory training with classes in Acting Technique, Scene Study, Movement, and Voice & Speech. Actors will develop more fully as actors in this weekend, multi-disciplinary program.
INSTRUCTORS:  Jon Korkes (Scene Study), Nick Piacente (Movement), Reginald Veneziano (Voice & Speech), Deborah Kym (Acting Technique)


ACTING TECHNIQUE I

10 WEEKS, $700
OPTION 1: TUESDAYS, SEPTEMBER 12 – NOVEMBER 14   1pm – 4pm
OPTION 2: TUESDAYS, SEPTEMBER 12 – NOVEMBER 14   7pm – 10pm
This Stella Adler® program explores the language and principles of Stella Adler’s approach to acting, including action, circumstance, and justification, rooted in the power of the imagination. Actors will develop a foundation from which to build themselves as actors as well as human beings.
INSTRUCTOR: Deborah Kym


SCENE STUDY I

OPTION 1: MONDAYS, SEPTEMBER 18 – NOVEMBER 20   7pm – 10pm
OPTION 2: THURSDAYS, SEPTEMBER 14 – NOVEMBER 16   7pm – 10pm
This class is a combination of fundamental acting exercises and scene study designed to establish a strong foundation for each actor. Actors will learn to develop character through actions and objectives drawn from the text.
INSTRUCTORS: Jon Korkes


SOUND INTO ACTION: VOICE & MONOLOGUE

10 WEEKS, $650
SATURDAYS, SEPTEMBER 16 – NOVEMBER 18   1pm – 4pm
This class is a unique hybrid of voice and speech, language and text, and acting technique. One hour of voice exercises, followed by two hours of monologue work. Each actor will leave the class with fully realized, contrasting classical & contemporary speeches to add to their monologue portfolio.
INSTRUCTOR: Reginald Veneziano


VOICE OVER 101

4 WEEKS, $350
SATURDAYS, OCTOBER 14 – NOVEMBER 4  1pm-4pm
Taught by VO Instructor Bruce Kronenberg, Voice Over 101 is the most comprehensive voice over training you can get in New York City.  Covering every genre of VO (Radio Commercials, Television Commercials, Audiobook and Narration and Animation), learn how to use your new skills to make money.  The final class covers the Business of the Voice Over Business.
Students receive MP3 files of their weekly work.
Instructor: Bruce Kronenberg


TEEN WEEKEND CONSERVATORY

8 WEEKS, $995
For Ages 14-17
SATURDAYS, SEPTEMBER 30 – NOVEMBER 18   10am – 6pm
The Stella Adler Teen Conservatory is designed to give young actors quality actor-training taught by the same faculty as Conservatory and NYU/Tisch School of the Arts Program. Students will learn core acting elements that make up a responsible actor.

 


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SCENE STUDY II

Invite Required
10 WEEKS, $700
WEDNESDAYS, SEPTEMBER 13 – NOVEMBER 15   7pm – 10pm
This class is a combination of fundamental acting exercises and scene study designed to establish a strong foundation for each actor. Actors will learn to develop character through actions and objectives drawn from the text.
INSTRUCTOR: Jon Korkes


ACTING TECHNIQUE II

Invite Required
10 WEEKS, $700
THURDAYS, SEPTEMBER 14 – NOVEMBER 16   7pm – 10pm
This Stella Adler® program is a deeper investigation of the concepts introduced in Acting Technique I, including action, circumstance, and justification, rooted in the power of the imagination. Actors will strengthen what they have learned in Acting Technique I through more advanced exercises developed by Stella Adler.
INSTRUCTOR: Deborah Kym


APPROACHING THE ROLE

Invite or Audition Required
10 WEEKS, $700
MONDAYS, SEPTEMBER 18 – NOVEMBER 20   7pm – 10pm
This intermediate scene study course is designed for the actor who has a basic technique, but is seeking a stronger foundation.  Actors will analyze the text, the concept of active personalization, the specific creation of a character, emotional accessibility, and the ability to act on impulse with imagination and heart.
INSTRUCTOR: Paul Takacs


ACTING FOR FILM & TELEVISION

10 WEEKS, $800
OPTION 1: TUESDAYS, SEPTEMBER 12 – NOVEMBER 14   6:30pm – 10:30pm
OPTION 2: SATURDAYS, SEPTEMBER 16 – NOVEMBER 18   12pm – 4pm
This intermediate level class is an “immersion” experience in the techniques necessary to work in feature film as well as in television dramas and comedies. Students will learn to memorize scripts quickly, relax in front of a camera and “find themselves” in the roles they are playing; three skills necessary for success in feature film and television performance.
INSTRUCTOR: Alberto Bonilla


ADVANCED ON-CAMERA TECHNIQUE with TODD THALER

10 WEEKS, $825
MONDAYS, SEPTEMBER 18 – NOVEMBER 20      6:30pm – 10:30pm
This advanced workshop is a hybrid of on-camera scene study and audition technique for the trained actor with renowned casting director/acting teacher Todd Thaler. Through scene work and audition practices students will fine tune their on-camera technique while still sharpening and expanding their artistic and creative skill set.
Instructor: Todd Thaler


SENSE MEMORY AND THE WORK OF STELLA ADLER

10 WEEKS, $800
TUESDAYS, SEPTEMBER 12 – NOVEMBER 14   7pm – 10pm
This class will explore an effective synthesis of the Lee Strasberg Sense Memory Technique and the work of Stella Adler®. Students will work on exercises in both techniques and then apply them to contemporary scene work under the instruction of master teacher Sam Schacht, former Dean of the Actors Studio at New School University.
Instructor: Sam Schacht


ADVANCED SCENE STUDY with PATRICK QUIGLIANO

8 WEEKS, $600
Audition Required
THURSDAYS, SEPTEMBER 28 – NOVEMBER 16   1pm – 4pm
This class synthesizes contemporary scene work with technique exercises that explore the language and principles of Stella Adler’s approach to acting, including action, circumstance, and justification.  Students will learn how to “put it all together.”
Instructor: Patrick Quigliano


ON-CAMERA MASTER CLASS with RON BURRUS

10 WEEKS, $950
Acting Technique I Required
WEDNESDAYS, SEPTEMBER 13 – NOVEMBER 15   6:30pm – 9:30pm
This class focuses on screenplay analysis, character building, and “transforming understanding into doing.”  Actors will apply the approach developed by Stella Adler directly to on-camera work with master teacher Ron Burrus.
INSTRUCTOR: Ron Burrus


ARTISTS FOR THE INCARCERATED: A TEACHING ARTIST WORKSHOP

12 WEEKS, $995
SEPTEMBER 10 – DECEMBER 3, 2017
SUNDAYS, 12:00pm – 4:00 pm (4 Hours of Class per Week)
“Training the Actor Warrior.” Stella Adler Outreach, the Premiere Arts Partner for the New York City Department of Correction, offers a 12 week intensive designed to prepare interdisciplinary artists for instructing incarcerated students.  Artists will learn, practice and deliver, through a progression of lectures, readings and workshops essential best practices for facilitating acting classes and playwriting workshops inside a correctional facility.
Instructors: Tommy Demenkoff and Suzy PetchEam
For more information click HERE