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Online Classes

The industry is now online.  Most of your auditions, and work in front of casting directors will be online.  Along with all of our classes, our online suite of classes priortize personal and imaginative work, while dealing with the real world challenges facing the working actor. From creating in depth and powerful work just as rich as an in person scene study, to getting artistic and technical help with those self tapes, these classess are your stepping stone to building your voice while learning to deliver work that is technically proficient and meets industry standards.

Online/Camera Scene Study

  • Thursday , 12 PM - 3 PM | Gabrielle   

  • Price:   $295

  • Meets once a week

*Limited spaces available


Scene Study Online views the work through the intimacy of the camera. Learn how to cultivate a your work through your unique perspective and voice. Through script analysis, personal and imaginative analysis, and a suite of improvisatory exercises, you will learn how to make personal choices while allowing the relaxation and freedom that the camera demands.


  • Patrick | Gabrielle   

  • Both In-Person & remote options available. 

  • $325 per cycle

  • Four 40-minute private sessions over a month


Our one-on-one program, designed for those new to the craft. The program provides students with the necessary basic skills and vocabulary to prepare them for ​our level 2 ​scene study classes. ​Students will get 4x 40 min individual monthly sessions with one of our qualified coaches; the studio offers in-person and remote options.

Self Tape Clinic

  • Tuesdays 5 PM - 8 PM | Patrick

  • Price:   $150*

  • Meets twice a month via Zoom (2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month)

*If you are enrolled in a Scene Study or audition Technique class there's a $50 discount on the course.


A 2x-a-month class designed to help students level-up their self-tapes in the virtual age of casting. Students will be assigned audition material from currently-casting TV and film projects, tasked with submitting a self-tape before each class. During our sessions, we will review tapes, addressing what is effective or not—both in terms of performance and the technical aspects of recording—and rework the scenes. Additionally, we share & analyze tapes that booked jobs and look at what sets them apart.

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