Acting Classes in South Whittier

Two or Four On-Camera Acting Classes at Atwater Playhouse (Up to 54% Off)

Atwater Playhouse

Los Angeles

$70 $35

Led by a veteran director, the workshop focuses on breaking down new scenes, creating a character, and delivering consistent performances

$99 for Five Child or Adult Acting Classes and Personal Evaluation at Sterling Studio ($240 Value)

Sterling Studio

Hollywood

$240 $99

Acclaimed Hollywood coach leads acting classes for children and adults, and provides coaching to help build performance skills

One Month of Multidisciplinary Acting Classes for One or Two at Integrative Arts Studio (Up to 61% Off)

Integrative Arts Studio

Melrose

$150 $59

Classes blend skills such as movement, improv, scene study, cold reading, and TV and film acting to help artists advance their careers

One Month of Acting Classes or One Hour of Private Coaching at BP Acting Studio (Up to 62% Off)

BP Acting Studio

Mid-Wilshire

$260 $99

20-year veteran Barry Papick has coached actors for The West Wing and The Wire; take group classes or a private lesson

$25 for $45 Groupon — California Conservatory of Performing Arts

California Conservatory Of Performing Arts

Chatsworth

$45 $25

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$549 for $999 Worth of Acting Classes — Indie Lab Film Studios

Indie Lab Film Studios

Westlake

$999 $549

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$198 for $395 Worth of Acting Classes — The Creative Artists Lab

The Creative Artists Lab

On Location

$395 $198

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Eight-Day Acting Class at Iris Klein Acting Classes (45% Off)

Iris Klein Acting Classes

Los Angeles

$600 $330

Iris Klein’s eight-evening Meisner-based workshop on August 18–28, Monday–Thursday from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Performance for Kids or Workshops at The Little Theater Craft Workshops (Up to 59% Off). Four Options Available.

The Little Theater Craft Workshops

West Los Angeles

$40 $24

Explore the themes of family and friendship in children's performances

One Month of Musical-Theater Classes for One or Two at Actors Studio of Orange County (Up to 55% Off)

Actors Studio of Orange County

Actors Studio of Orange County

$200 $99

Small classes of students age 16 and older learn the voice and acting techniques behind great musical theater

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Hothouse Studios… “Where Music Grows” is centrally located in Santa Fe Springs, 20 minutes from Los Angeles, Orange County and the Inland Empire.

We feature a professional and comfortable atmosphere with clean studios, ranging in size and price.

11823 Slauson Ave
Santa Fe Springs,
CA
US

Screen acting takes center stage at The Actors Room. Founder Steve Lowe—who won an award for his short film Crash—calls upon more than 20 years of experience in film and TV to guide his students through their journeys to the emotional core of characters. His techniques range from basic to advanced in the areas of scene study, improvisation, natural expression, camera cheats, and monologue study.

P.O. Box 503
Brea,
CA
US

The aim of instructors at PopRock Academy is to translate kids' enthusiasm for the performing arts into a disciplined, authentic practice. They do this by drawing upon deep reserves of knowledge gained by attending top schools such as Juilliard and Northwestern, and performing with top artists including Yo-Yo Ma, Michael Buble, Smokey Robinson, and Kanye West. During classes, workshops, and camps, they cover a range of topics including film acting, instrument playing, popping and locking, and even music theory. At the end of a curriculum or camp, kids can showcase what they've learned for family and friends during a live show.

855 East Hermosa Drive
San Gabriel,
CA
US

An AT&T ad executive hangs up the phone, grabs his jacket, and heads toward the subway to Hell's Kitchen. It's the late '80s, and at the New York comedy institution The Improv, a slew of up-and-coming talent, including Jerry Seinfeld and Chris Rock, are testing jokes and honing timing. In the next few years, they'll perform on television for millions. But for now, they're changing the life of one ad executive.

The founder of LA Stand-Ups, Joe Falzarano, quit his promising advertising career because he "hated being a suit" and preferred to nurture promising young comedians. With accomplishments that include producing the CableACE Award–winning Caroline's Comedy Hour for A&E, Falzarano helped launch the performing and writing careers of entertainers including Jon Stewart and Louis C.K. Today, Falzarano imparts his more than 20 years of industry experience to aspiring joke-tellers, teaching them tactics for perfecting a punch line, calming nerves, and subduing hecklers with a marshmallow gun. Falzarano maintains a supportive atmosphere where students learn how to use who they are to connect with an audience, and even lets students try out material at the Hollywood Improv.

1312 North Wilton Place
Los Angeles,
CA
US

Led by Allen Levin, an experienced actor, producer, and writer, Lifebook Acting Class’s celebrity-extolled workshops impart budding performers with the art of dramatization. Stratified into three levels ranging from orientation to advanced, classes for aspiring professionals mix improv and character building with career coaching to prevent missteps such as starring in a western with talking tumbleweeds. Acting hobbyists develop comedic and dramatic talents in Acting for Non-Actors and First Timers, a self-confidence strengthening romp through the basics of theatrics. For those with proven celebrity or one major credit to their name, the Master Class sharpens already deadly dialogue skills into a force to be reckoned with in time for a prized audition, starring role, or first meeting with future in-laws.

665 N Heliotrope Dr
Los Angeles,
CA
US

Since 1995, Bang Comedy Institute and Theater has trained performers in the art of the extemporaneous. In the process, it's built up a history of boosting the careers of comedic actors such as Jane Lynch, Jeff Garlin, Janeane Garofalo, and Fred Willard and the personal joke writers of several heads of state. Hailing from backgrounds in film acting and writing for shows including MADtv, the faculty turn students into confident stage performers in classes that sharpen skills in character development, long-form scene structure, and physical awareness. Many students go on to star in shows on the company's stage.

457 N Fairfax Ave
Los Angeles,
CA
US