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
Ellen Adler (January 31, 1927- September 20, 2019) was an American painter. Daughter of Horace Eliascheff and renowned acting teacher Stella Adler, Ellen grew up in the heart of the theater world. When her mother was acting, or when her
Dramatic’s Magazine (the International Thespian Society’s monthly publication) recently released an in-depth article on the Acting Technique Stella Adler developed under the guidance of Constantin Stanislavski. The article was written by Tatum Hunter and features interviews with the studio’s Artistic
(BroadwayWorld.com) The Stella Adler Studio of Acting today announced its relocation to 65 Broadway in Lower Manhattan from the Studio’s long-time home at 31 West 27th Street in Chelsea. The move takes place 70 years after the organization was founded by Stella Adler, whose
(New York City, NY — March 1, 2019) – The Stella Adler Studio of Acting and Phoenix Houses New York | Long Island— a 50-year-old addiction treatment non-profit—today announced the launch of a 12-week acting workshop. The educational outreach program
A Letter from the Artistic Director Dear Friends, I write with good news and better news! The good news is that after almost twenty years at 31 West 27th Street, the Stella Adler Studio of Acting is moving on. The better news is that we secured a 30,000 square-foot space at 65 Broadway for our new home.
Director of Cultural Programming Nina Capelli interviews playwright Emma Carter about her experience as a finalist in the Harold Clurman Playwrights Division 2017-2018 season. Emma’s play Wicked Creatures was the center of an intensive workshop behind closed doors in December
Interview with Julia Maldonado How did you get involved with the studio’s DOC programs? After I completed grad school in 2016, I was looking for a way to use what I had learned to give back to the community. I
LaTanya Jones was one of the original members of the Stella Adler Outreach Division’s Women’s Theater Project when it started five years ago at Rikers Island Correctional Facility. Since then she has come home and is currently part of the ensemble
Working with incarcerated people presents certain challenges. We want their voices and stories to be heard but we also need to protect their anonymity. Here are some thoughts from recent some students. Feedback from student inmates at Rose M.