Study with the Stella Adler Studio’s renowned faculty no matter where you are in the world! The studio is delighted to announce the launch of online courses through Zoom.
ACTOR WORKSHOPS (18+): Workshops are affordable short-term online courses that meet once or a few times each week covering a range of actor training subjects. Programs range from introductory courses that build a foundation of skills to advanced master classes for the more experienced actor.
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TEEN COURSES (14-18): The studio’s online teen programming 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 provide a bedrock for a responsible actor. For ages 14-18.
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YOUNG ARTISTS (8-10, 11-13): The greatest way to unlock and activate the wisdom of childhood is through play. And play (and theater for that matter) most naturally and organically builds the muscles best suited for spiritual health and mature interactivity and engagement with the world.
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For Curious Humans
CURIOUS HUMANS SERIES: Curious Humans workshops are for people who revere theater art, education, spiritual and artistic growth. They are designed for non-actors or beginners who have always wondered about acting, theater, theater art, ideas, plays, films, breath work, etc. It is our great joy to open this spirit and training for curious humans everywhere.
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For Theater Makers
THEATER MAKERS SERIES: Theatre Makers courses are designed for a range of artists with interests beyond acting. These classes include theoretical, practical and academic areas of investigation. Whether you are an actor who wants to expand your knowledge of the art, a director who wants to grow and learn new technology, or a writer who is interested in writing for specific voices, our current offerings have what you are looking for and will continue to grow.
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