Class Offerings

Class Offerings

Acting Technique
Containing the core of our work, the first half of each Acting technique class is devoted to a sequence of concentration exercises to develop actors’ relaxation and affective memory: both sensory and emotional. The sense memory exercises utilize imaginary objects that most people deal with every day, so that actors can begin to create a simple reality for themselves. The second half of the class consists of scene and monologue work, during which time students apply what they have learned in their exercises to their roles. Improvisation is used to help create actual experience.

For more discussion about Lee Strasberg’s Method Acting, check out the Methodology blog and speak with Creative Director David Lee Strasberg.

Elective Classes
The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute is constantly growing. As we seek to meet the actors’ needs, new classes are designed and added to our curriculum. Please note that classes may change due to student enrollment, the session and faculty availability. The following is a general template of elective classes that are frequently offered at Strasberg. Please check the class schedule for our most current offerings.

 

Accent Reduction     Acting for TV & Film     AdvancedCommercials Animal Exercise Audition Technique    Creating a One-Person Show     Character Development    Comedy Skills   Comic Improv    Commercials    Craft to Career    Dialects     Film Fighting Level I Film Fighting (Level II)     Fit 4 Acting     Improvisation Lee Strasberg Legacy Movement 1  Movement 2  Movement 3  Movement for Stage Method Movement (2 M’s)  Musical Theatre Production Music Video  Playwright Spotlight Production Reel World & Auditioning     Rehearsal Procedures     Scene Study     Script Analysis     Sensory     Shakespeare Singing I  Singing II     Tai Chi     Theatre Dance     Theatre History Vocal Basics Voice 1 Voice 2 Voice 3