Cultural Center

The studio’s cultural center programming is comprised of nine distinct branches. You can read more about each branch by clicking on the links below. Previously known as the Art Series, the cultural center grew out of an effort to serve the broader to community and to expand the cultural horizons of students, to encourage them as actors to take their place among the greater family of artists, and to grow, through the arts, as human beings. All cultural events are open to the public.

“Because it placed me directly in conversation with other artists, every Arts Series event was another opportunity to understand myself as an artist…Coupling the Series with my training, I really understood the importance of my craft to the world and felt genuinely compelled in my acting to, above all else, serve art responsibly and passionately.” – a student

“The series adds texture to our acting training and we experience the brilliance of other forms of art. Witnessing the presence of artistic dedication and success is motivating.” – a student



The Stella Adler Arts Justice Division

The Harold Clurman Center for Poetry, Poetic Drama and the Spoken Word

The Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater Company (HCLAB)

The Harold Clurman Playwrights Division

The Harold Clurman Center for New Works in Movement and Dance Theater (MAD)

The Harold Clurman Lecture Series

The David Oppenheim Center for Music

The Jacob Adler Center for Yiddish Theater (JAC)

The Stella Adler Center for International Theater Studies and Exchange (I-Center)


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The Harold Clurman Poetry Reading Series
This is Not a Small Voice: An Evening of Poetry as Celebration
with Sonia Sanchez, Aracelis Girmay, and Rachel Eliza Griffiths
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
A link to a recording of this event is available for free in the interest of making this conversation as accessible as possible.

The Harold Clurman Art Series presents
Celebrating Remnants: Honoring the Ancestors, Nourishing the Future, Healing the Earth
A Conversation with Sister Sonia Sanchez and Rachel Harding
Tuesday, February 2, 2021
A link to a recording of this event is available, as always free to the public in the interest of sharing these important voices.