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About Chad B.

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Forest Hills, NY

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I believe the development and training of an artist is a special, sacred, and important act.

If you would like to find more truth, more humor, and more joy in your work as an actor or performing artist, then I would be privileged to help you along that journey!

As a teacher I have taught around the country at universities as a guest artist and faculty member, as well as with performing arts centers from coast to coast. As a practicing artist, I am continually researching new and updated methods and find this passion translates into my lessons with my students.

I believe in positive reinforcement and building upon a student's current skill set, rather than tearing an actor to pieces, in order to bring about the most effective results, all the while finding JOY in the work!

I have performed as an actor, singer, and musician Off-Broadway in New York, on many National tours, and at regional theatres all across the United States. I find this varied experience allows me to

About Chad
Originally from Little Rock, Arkansas, Chad is a director, actor, and composer based out of New York City. Chad is a member of Actor’s Equity Association and has had the privilege to work all across the country. Chad is currently the Associate Artistic Director for Shake on the Lake Shakespeare in Western New York. During his time there he has directed RICHARD III, TWELFTH NIGHT, A MISDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, THE SANTALAND DIARIES, and ROMEO AND JULIET. Chad has acted Off-Broadway in New York City at the American Globe Theatre, among others, and with 5 different National Tours, playing lead roles in shows like: MACBETH (Macduff), THE FANTASTICKS (El Gallo), and A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Scrooge). Chad has also worked regionally at such theatres as: American Shakespeare Center, Farmer’s Alley Theatre, Pennsylvania Center Stage, Nebraska Theatre C
aravan, Oklahoma Shakespearean Festival, and is currently serving on Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre’s Artistic Collective, as well as a regular company actor and director.

In partnership with the Magik Theatre in San Antonio and the Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre, Chad has also overseen, adapted, and directed shows for “Shakespeare on the River,” which feature his orginal family musical versions of Shakespeare favorites, such as TWELFTH NIGHT and TAMING OF THE SHREW, peformed right on the famous Riverwalk in San Antonio.

Chad is also a multi-instrumentalist and a composer. He has written music and served as musical director for many productions, including: RICHARD III (AST), TWELFTH NIGHT (AST/SOTL), KING LEAR (AST), BOTTOM’S DREAM (AST), TAMING OF THE SHREW (AST), DOCTOR FAUSTUS (Sonoma Valley Shakespeare Company).

Chad has had the good fortune to also utilize his skills in education. Chad has served as a Guest Artist and Director for the University of Central Arkansas (directing David Ives’ THE LIAR), Bradley University (directing LITTLE WOMEN, THE MUSICAL), and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (directing Shakespeare’s AS YOU LIKE IT). Chad also has teaching experience at universities like Penn State, Hendrix College, and the University of Central Arkansas.

Favorite recent credits include: Harold Hill in THE MUSIC MAN (Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre), Ferdinand in THE TEMPEST (American Shakespeare Center), and Jay and his alter ego Clair de Lune in MARE IN THE MEN’S ROOM (Off-Broadway).
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Noelle February 6, 2019
· Theater Acting · In studio
One of the best teachers I have ever had! Chad creates an environment that makes you feel really comfortable with exploring yourself as an actor. Not to mention that fact that he is so kind and genuine. I know I will be forever grateful that our paths crossed!
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Claudia January 8, 2019
· Audition Prep · In home
I have worked with probably 4 dozen acting instructors, coaches, directors in my life, and Chad is the BEST OF THE BEST.
Through several years of working with him, I can vouch that with him you always know what you get: 100% quality, all of the time. He is fully present, meets you on eye level, is kind and understanding, and encourages/motivates you to go beyond what you thought was possible.
Whether it is audition prep, Shakespeare scene work, or general acting skills, there is nobody I would trust more than Chad to help me be the best actor I can possibly be.
Most importantly, with Chad I have always felt completely safe to explore characters, inner movements, and feelings in the process.
The only bad thing I can say about Chad is that he will absolutely ruin you for the next coach or director that comes along, since no one can come even close to his quality.
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Katie December 30, 2018
· Acting · In studio
Chad is incredible at making you feel very comfortable while also challenging you to go beyond what you believe you can do. In every environment that I have worked with him, he has been kind, generous and inspiring. I would recommend him to anyone (young, old, beginner, advanced) in a heart beat. It has changed my life and my career to have learned from him.
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About Gina B.

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New York, NY

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Boleslavsky and Strasburg techniques combined with British Classical School. -as the result of my own training. We begin with training of the body for the ability to be relaxed and ready for anything, working in a chair in the Lee Strasburg system, releasing tensions and assessing the difference and working week by week on the sense memory exercises to build up the strength of imagination and elemental response and creativity. We also work with theatre games as well as analytical techniques.

About Gina
I am in New York City and accepting new students as well as reconnecting with anyone who wants to return.
I have two graduate degrees: one in Music and the other in Dance and Theater studies.
My undergraduate degree is from The Juilliard School, in Dance.

I've taught children and grown ups for many years. I have a strong performing career and love the way teaching keeps me in a giving and learning place.

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With beginning students I am very laid back and patient and believe strongly that in the play of games and experiments technique will develop and manifest. As the student becomes more advanced I become more demanding as do the materials.

As an Acting teacher I have the capacity to take students along all the way to professional and beyond. I'm a member of the Actors Studio, the performing unions and ha
ve studied since childhood at ACT and then all over the world including The National in London.

For Dance, I have a wide knowledge and can teach several forms as well as history and materials. I also teach Ballet and many forms of Modern Dance. I adore teaching dance composition. To help a dance student make their own dances is very fulfilling. I also teach choreography or composition.
One of the aspects of dance composition that has recently captivated me is the composing of sound and music for the dance that is also being made. Using software, we can explore electroacoustic as well as language and text collage as sound score for your dance. It is super fun!!!

For the Visual Arts I teach Abstract Painting as well as Installation and Performance Art.
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I have supplies and space. Visual Art students need to contribute to materials by finding or purchasing whatever they like and adding to the mix. My students are welcome to use what I have here and I am always adding materials. Many people throw away materials that are perfectly good for art making so keep your eyes open and you'll find all kinds of good things. Visual Art students need to book a 2 hour minimum and I will lower the price if you just let me know you need it.

My fees: I start at a higher fee and after you've been a regular student we can lower the fee for you if you need.

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just a space to work in - we can create a work space out of any space.

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In dance I teach classical ballet principles for beginners or those who are returning and want to work carefully and privately. I teach from the tradition of Alfredo Corvino's principles of relationship to organic forms and structures for sound development. I studied with Mr Corvino for years and continue to study with Ernesta Corvino.
For acting I teach a combination of classical acting technique with American sense memory and relaxation skills. I am well versed in the teachings of Lee Strasberg and then spent time in London to 'fill in the cracks' of my training with analytical skills as well as the various european influences that the Royal National embrace.
I teach creative discovery in combination with classical devices so the student can discover their own artistry while learning actual classical devices for accomplishing specific goals.
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Silke D. March 17, 2019
· Dance · In studio
Gina was amazing and created the perfect atmosphere for us to get comfortable dancing and learning!
Highly recommend working with her!
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Sarah Z. December 9, 2018
· Acting · Online
Gina is the best.
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Cynthia F. July 30, 2017
· Abstract Painting · In home
Great! I look forward to the next class.
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About Sara M.

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Acting is acting whether it's for stage, film, or voice over. Depending on your skill level and personal goals, we'll work on your foundational skills from getting in touch with emotions, analyzing scripts, and finding your character. Together we'll further develop your skill and I'll help you modify your performance to fit the medium you'll be performing in.

About Sara
Hi! I’m Sara, a working actor with over 5+ years of experience in film, commercial, theatre, and voice-over work. I've received my B.A. in Theatre Arts from Earlham College and have been working professionally in Los Angeles and the Bay Area.

I've been teaching private lessons since 2014 and have loved helping my students with big network auditions for tv and voice over, getting ready for a school play, and taking the next step in their professional career.

I love setting goals with my students and no goal is too small or too big. Whether you just want to dip your toes into acting or to go after a big agent in L.A. I'd love to help you reach that and I look forward to working with you! I currently only teach online because I am often on the go - but I will always find time for you!
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Lisa J. June 30, 2019
· Acting · Online
First meeting I felt was very informative, professional but personable at the same time and I can't wait unil our next session although I have a lot of work to do on my own until then.
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Lisa J. June 29, 2019
· Acting · Online
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Steven A. February 23, 2019
· Acting · Online
Connects very well with my son and is teaching him how to connect with his emotional side which can help him in many aspects of his life, not just in acting.
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About Rachel E.

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New York, NY
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I love acting, and I want to teach you everything you ever wanted to know about it. Whether you want help on a full character, analyzing a play, learning how to translate Shakespeare, working on audition material, or you just want to play, I want to give you all the tools you'll need to do the work you want to be doing and have a great time too!

About Rachel
My name is Rachel and I am a recent graduate from the University of Michigan and have my BFA in musical theatre. I am offering voice and acting lessons. They can be strictly acting or strictly voice, or we can do a little bit of everything. I teach many different styles including both classical and contemporary in both acting and singing, from opera to Shakespeare to Wicked and pretty much everything in between. I have been teaching for several years and love working with people on their voices and on acting.
I have taught to mostly middle and high school ages, but am more than willing to teach to other ages as well.
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sofie August 23, 2015
· Theater Acting · In studio
My first instructor and the best instructor I could ask for! Helped me with voice and acting and really getting into character for my musical. Really helped me shape where I wanted to go and now has introduced me into the world of musical theatre and acting! Thank you Rachel!!!
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Emily August 20, 2015
· Musical Theater · In studio
Rachel was super kind and supportive and establishes a wonderful relationship with all of the people she works with. I learned a lot and really enjoyed my time with her!
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Nadina August 20, 2015
· Musical Theater · In studio
I studied almost daily with Rachel for a couple of months during the rehearsal process of a production of Guys and Dolls. Learning from Rachel was an honor and an experience from which I have retained an extensive amount of information from just a limited amount of time. I wish I had had more time to study with Rachel! Rachel was very progressive with the way she helped me. She taught me new exercises and information about my voice that I did not know existed. I grew immensely as a performer and singer after studying with her. Throughout our time together, Rachel made a point of really getting to know me and become my friend. That made my transition to a new theatre company with a new production staff and cast members very easy and enjoyable. I am so grateful for the time I got to spend with Rachel and the amazing work she did with me!
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About Carolyn M.

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New York, NY

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Carolyn began working professionally at 8 years old and has since appeared on stage, in national commercials, recorded voiceovers, and booked principal roles in both film and television. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2011 from the Boston Conservatory, where she majored in musical theater with an emphasis in directing. She is currently in the hit Off-Broadway shows “My Big Gay Italian Wedding” and “My Big Gay Italian Funeral”. 

About Carolyn
Born and raised on Long Island, Carolyn began working professionally at 8 years old and has since appeared on stage, in national commercials, recorded voiceovers, and booked principal roles in both film and television. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2011 from the Boston Conservatory, where she majored in musical theater with an emphasis in directing. In her spare time, Carolyn has always loved working with people who have a passion for the arts. Whether it’s in a classroom, at a dance studio, or sitting at the piano, Carolyn has worn the many hats of acting coach, voice teacher, dance instructor, music theory tutor, piano teacher, and college audition coach to name a few. Getting cast in Broadway shows, winning first place in national dance competitions, receiving perfect scores on vocal/piano NYSSMA solos, and being accepted to
some of the most competitive college programs in the nation are just a few of her clients’ many accomplishments.
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Nika and Dasha F. April 23, 2019
· Singing · In studio
Today what's the first lesson for my two girls with Carolyn. All I can say but the lesson was absolutely amazing my girls came out extremely inspired with lots of exciting homework to do they couldn't wait to show me what they've learned and couldn't wait to start practicing Carolyn was everything we were hoping for and a lot more. I have no doubts that would have made the best choice who could possibly make. My girls can't wait for their next lesson.👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👏👏👏👏
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David March 13, 2019
· Tap Dance · Online
Great first time tapping at 72, Carolyn was great
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Robbin F. October 3, 2018
· Speaking Voice · Online
Carolyn was very helpful! I’m looking forward to our next session.
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About Carolyn G.

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Nashville, TN
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I am a professional performer, director, and acting coach with over 35 years of experience, and I love leading you to your best work! I can prepare you for a specific audition ( with monologue, sides, or song), or I can provide material so that we can work on a broad set of acting skills and techniques. I will provide guidance, feedback, training, and industry tools, all to have you feeling great about your newly-refined work on stage. My teaching style is energetic and encouraging, and layered with the insights I have gathered from my work as a producer, director, playwright, and performer in all stage genres ....Drama, Improv Comedy, Musical Theater, Comedies, Farce, Commedia dell'Arte. Let's work!

About Carolyn
Carolyn has been a theater professional for over 35 years, having worked as performer, director, producer, playwright, composer, improvisation artist, teaching artist, and corporate trainer. Since 2000 she has been the Producing Artistic Director of Theater Craft Inc which specializes in small-cast productions and new work.
    Her award-winning work as a theater-maker boasts numerous projects across a variety of genres, evidenced by a few of her current projects. She directed and produced the workshop and full production of"The Passion of Ethel Rosenberg" a evocative drama about the McCarthy-era convicted spy, and she was recently asked to write the screenplay for it. She wrote and directed "The Curious Picnic" a play for very young children that encourages STEM learning, which toured into schools in the fall of 2018 through Tennes
see Performing Arts Center Education.
     For seven years Carolyn was the Supervisor of Theater and Music for Metro Nashville Parks Cultural Arts, cultivating arts programming for Nashville's broad demographic. Her work included custom-crafting content to maximize success for older adults, and working with Parks' Disabilities Program to create a performance program for adults with disabilities. She also managed the Z.Alexander Looby Theater, and created the Centennial Black Box Theater.
     Carolyn is a faculty member at the Nashville Jazz Workshop, where she created and teaches a series of classes for cabaret artists, including Cabaret Toolkit, Cabaret Repertoire, and Improv Comedy for the Musical Artist.
     As a corporate soft-skills trainer, and as a consultant in a variety of arts-meets-real-world capacities, Carolyn brings her extensive producer/project-manager background, and her 35 years of creative-arts experience to every project. Her resume also includes work across all sectors (Corporate, Government, freelance, Non-Profit, and Volunteer) and her leadership infuses each project with her signature characteristics of dependability and creativity. Carolyn's expertise includes creation of content, soft-skills training, instructional design, and meeting facilitation. Her consulting expertise includes multi-use facilities, and patron-focused programming.
In 1998 Carolyn founded Spontaneous Comedy Company, which continues to perform improv comedy from their home-base Nashville Jazz Workshop, as well as regionally.
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Lynn Laughlin June 21, 2019
· Acting · In studio
Carolyn German has been absolutely wonderful to work with. She's a great combination of friendly, yet professional, and brings many years of varied experience to her craft into the teaching experience. She's very easy to work with, I never felt self-conscious about any of what I consider to be my flaws, and she has truly helped me to develop more well-rounded characters, as well as some very much needed self-confidence.
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About Emma C.

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Brooklyn, NY
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Students can expect to work on the following when training as an actor with me: Scene study, monologue work, audition preparation, unlocking the text, and assistance with self-tapes. These lessons will build you confidence and your instrument as an actor!

About Emma
I am a working professional and recently made my off-Broadway debut with the Atlantic Theatre Company production of Last Stop on Market Street and perform at various gigs throughout the city (Sofar Sounds, Rockwood Music Hall, etc.). Although I perform and audition regularly, I am still very passionate about teaching. Having studied under various teachers and worked with a diverse set of students since 2013, I am eager to work with talented beginner and intermediate students here in NYC! I aim to see my students grow and gain confidence as performers and reach their goals whether it be mastering a song or monologue or getting booked. I provide a safe and judgement free space for students to train and play! I'm personally invested in your success and want to see you win!
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AriDy Nox April 17, 2019
· Musical Theater · In home
Emma is an incredible performer, artist, song-writer, and educator! She is incredibly patient, kind, welcoming, and warm. She is extremely talented and attentive, which results in invaluable knowledge being imparted on a constant basis and encouraging critique on areas where one is more challenged.

Worth every penny!
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Britney A April 14, 2019
· Acting · In studio
Emma is a great and patient acting teacher. While my other teachers rarely dived into my characters' objectives, Emma never fails to work with me on character development, script analysis, projection, breathing, and stage presence. I learned so much from her, I recommend her for everyone.
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Kyla S. April 13, 2019
· Vocal Training · In studio
Emma is a stellar singer and teacher who got me to do things with my voice I never thought possible! She has a very kind spirit and is wonderful to be around. I highly recommend her.
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About Gregory J.

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Boca Raton, FL

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In 2003, I discovered an actress named Amber Heard, who recently played the role of Mera in the recent blockbuster film, Aquaman (Worldwide gross revenues: $1,147,761,807). In 2018, Forbes magazine valued Amber’s net worth at $9 million dollars. Aquaman was produced by my friends Deborah & Zack Snyder.

Additionally, I have worked with and developed the careers for Kira Kosarin (Nickelodeon’s The Thundermans), Cade Sutton (Disney’s Kirby Buckets) and produced concerts for Hollywood stars such as Mitchel Musso (Disney’s Hannah Montana) and Ryan Newman (Zeke and Luther, Sharknado).

I believe that talent can achieve success if they have the passion and heart to pursue a career. The key is understanding the business side of show business while developing the talent and skills needed by an actor. I also consult on an actor’s resume creation and talent agency placement. My wife is a model/actress who is currently represented by 12 agencies in the SouthEast, including nine in Florida.

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About Gregory
In 2003, I discovered an actress named Amber Heard, who recently played the role of Mera in the recent blockbuster film, Aquaman (Worldwide gross revenues: $1,147,761,807). In 2018, Forbes magazine valued Amber’s net worth at $9 million dollars. Aquaman was produced by my friends Deborah & Zack Snyder.

Additionally, I have worked with and developed the careers for Kira Kosarin (Nickelodeon’s The Thundermans), Cade Sutton (Disney’s Kirby Buckets) and produced concerts for Hollywood stars such as Mitchel Musso (Disney’s Hannah Montana) and Ryan Newman (Zeke and Luther, Sharknado).

I believe that talent can achieve success if they have the passion and heart to pursue a career. The key is understanding the business side of show business while developing the talent and skills needed by an actor. Outside of coaching, I am a photographer tha
t has shot for many top magazines and specialize in headshots. I also consult on an actor’s resume creation and talent agency placement. My wife is a model/actress who is currently represented by 12 agencies in the SouthEast, including nine in Florida.

I offer private coaching and talent consulting. I focus on auditioning techniques, commercial techniques, monologues, and scene study for film & TV. I work with beginners to advanced talent.
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About Nick J.

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Pasadena, CA
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My name is Nick and I’m a working actor with over 50 TV and Film Credits. I’m also a graduate of the Actors Studio MFA Program. Each session includes pre-research on my part, coaching, career counseling and homework if you’d like. Thx and have a wonderful day!

About Nick
Actors Studio MFA Graduate with over 50 TV and Film Credits. I’m a working actor in Los Angeles. I’m fortunate to have studied myself with many of the top teachers in Los Angeles and New York. Besides coaching, I offer pre-audition research, career counseling and homework free of charge. I work my students hard so they get their money’s worth, but I also make sure that we always have fun and that each session is a positive, confidence building, uplifting experience.
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About Brian M.

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Addison, IL

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Do you have the acting bug? Are you curious to try acting for yourself? Do you want to know how actors memorize all of those lines!? I’ve been performing on stage and in front of the camera for 10 years. One of my passions is to teach acting to aspiring artists, of all ages and backgrounds. You will learn the basics of acting, different techniques, and how to prepare for an audition.

About Brian
I have been an actor for over 10 years in the Chicagoland area. I've performed on the small stages in community theatre and on the big stages in downtown Chicago.

I am also a graduate of North Central College, BA in Theatre and Speech Communication.
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Brian M.

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