New York, NY – The renowned acting conservatory, founded by Stella Adler, has swapped its historic 27th Street home for a sleek new space near Wall Street in the midst of rebranding itself as a center for social justice and the humanities in New York City. Playbill recently visited the studio’s new space at 65 Broadway. Check out this great photo essay from their visit: http://www.playbill.com/article/look-inside-stella-adler-studios-brand-new-downtown-home
The studio celebrates a new home in its 70th anniversary year. Be a part of this milestone year by making a gift today. Donors of $1000+ will be thanked on the Guardians of Humanity wall in the main reception area. Donors of any size will make a valuable contribution to the studio’s programming in its anniversary year. All contributors will receive an invitation to the grand re-opening event this fall. Click here to make a one time donation or click here to make a monthly recurring gift. Donations are 100% tax-deductible. Please join us as we celebrate the chance to serve the next generation of artists and audiences in the studio’s new space. Thank you so much for your many contributions to the studio. We couldn’t do it without you!