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Learn the real business of acting. Audition prep. Scene study. Monologues. Headshots, agents and how to make it as an actor.
Learn the British method but I also will help you find the method that works for you. I've acted in films at Cannes, International Film Festival of Manhattan, Katra Film Series and more.
I am a professional actress/ singer/ songwriter and directer. I employ my many years of experience as a performing artist, to help my students develop what is unique and compelling with in them. I believe that everyone has something of value to express. The key is finding creative ways to unleash it.
Acting with ease is mostly about really being relaxed and at peace while fulfilling a role. The best acting comes from having passion and confidence in the choices that you have made while you have prepared. The greatest obstacle? The inner critic, the inner skeptic, the inner dragon that works hard to put on the breaks and make us question ourselves and whether it is safe or not to let go. My job is to help you feel safe enough to be able to trust your creative instincts and your natural impulses. I'm more of a kind, compassionate, understanding and forgiving coach who nurtures the talent that is already in there. We all know you've got it -- who are we kidding?
Have been training actors in NYC for 15 years and many have gone on to films, TV, getting agents. Have been director and casting director in both NY and LA and know what auditions entail and what they want to see in order to cast you!
Director, Dialect Coach. Acting coach
New York THEATER
Red Noses by Peter Barnes – The Secret Theater - 2015
The Cherry Orchard (A Comedy in Four Acts) by Anton Chekhov– Access Theater (added ASL performances) – 2013/2014
How the Day Runs Down (World Premiere) by John Langdon– The Spoon Theatre (added ASL performances) – 2011
Bad Seed by Maxwell Anderson - The Spoon Theatre – 2010
23 Coins (World Premiere New Musical) by Mark Abrahamson– One of Theatreworlds 5 best of the year – The Spoon Theatre – 2009
See Us: Showcase for the ‘Abled’ actor – The Spoon Theatre – 2009
No Niggers, No Jews, No Dogs by John Redwood– The Spoon Theatre – 2008
kosher harry’s (US Premiere) by Nick Grosso - 2nd Creative Experiment ...
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