Acting Classes in Upper Montclair


One or Three Acting, Improv, or Musical-Theater Classes at Children's Acting Academy (Up to 75% Off)

Children's Acting Academy

Children's Acting Academy

Drama classes for children focus on acting naturally, embodying a character, and selling a song with proper technique

$60 $17

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$29 for an Introductory Essentials Acting Class at Acting School for Film and Television ($150 Value)

Acting School for Film and Television

Upper West Side

Acting guru Mark Stolzenberg imparts decades of experience in subjects such as eye lines, close-up work, and emotions on camera

$150 $29

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$190 for a Six-Week Acting Class with Reading for a Casting Director ($480 Value)

Sedgwick - Russell Acting Classes

Sedgwick - Russell Acting Classes

Classes prepare beginner and advanced adult students for auditions with cold readings, script analysis and monologue work

$480 $190

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One, Four or Eight Stage Fighting Courses at NYC Combat for Stage & Screen (Up to 66% Off)

NYC Combat for Stage & Screen

NYC Stage Combat

Stunt coordinators and fight directors share the techniques of performing slaps, knife fights and fisticuffs

$30 $15

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One or Two Sessions of Audition Coaching from Claudia Bloom Coaching (Up to 48% Off)

Claudia Bloom Coaching

Multiple Locations

Acting coach teaches clients how to nail auditions and land paid gigs with specific training in auditioning skills

$85 $45

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Two-Hour Acting Class at Tilt Entertainment (57% Off)

Tilt Entertainment

NoHo

We are here to show you how to erase your insecurities and polish the diamond that’s inside of you, waiting to shine!

$200 $86

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1 or 3-Day Modeling and Acting Classes with Dance Option at La Creme Modeling and Acting (Up to 63% Off)

La Creme Modeling and Acting

lacreme

Courses develop the skills needed to succeed in a modeling, acting, and dance career with a headshot and makeup application

$200 $80

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  • DennyLoo Studios
    If you want to become a successful actor, you could watch your favorite stars in movies or read up on various techniques. Or you could study under Luigina Vecchione Curran, the Artistic Director at DennyLoo Studios. The actress, director, and acting coach brings her on-camera and on-stage experiences—as well as her stint at Playhouse West with Jeff Goldblum, Robert Carnegie, and Bill Esper of Esper Studios —to her students during interactive classes and workshops. Once here, she delves into scene studies, improv, and monologues about monologues to help her students boost confidence and build a wide range of skills that will assist them in getting auditions and landing acting jobs.
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    50 Church Street
    Montclair, NJ US
  • Broadway Performing Arts
    Before taking the reins at Broadway Performing Arts, Elisa Heinsohn appeared on the TV series Fame, and Cleve Asbury acted in the Oscar-winning film Chicago. The duo also racked up an impressive set of Broadway credits—Asbury most recently played Mr. Ovington in the hit How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying—and starred in more television commercials than a dog who can talk. Nowadays, the two continue their performing-arts work while co-owning and co-directing their studio, leading their team as they teach students from 3-year-olds to adults. The studio’s eclectic curricula hone students’ skills in disciplines such as musical theater, dance, and guitar.
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    357 Broad St
    Bloomfield, NJ US
  • LaGuardia Acting Studio
    From acting alongside Al Pacino to working with the casting directors of Boardwalk Empire and Argo, Joshua Nelson knows firsthand the hurdles actors must face, both in front of and behind the camera. As the head instructor at LaGuardia Acting Studio, he draws on his 20-plus years of experience to train actors of all ages and skill levels. Instead of emphasizing specific methods, Joshua weaves elements of Stanislavski, Strasberg, and other techniques into lessons tailored to each individual student. With these foundations of craft intact, pupils strengthen their chops for film, television, and commercials through scene studies and character development exercises. Joshua also emphasizes the business side of the industry by training his students in audition etiquette and resume writing.
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    239 New Rd
    Parsippany, NJ US
  • The Acting School for Film and Television
    Drawing on big- and small-screen success, such as appearances in Tom Selleck's Her Alibi and on Late Show with David Letterman, as well as more than 25 national commercials, acting guru Mark Stolzenberg transforms amateurs into screen-savvy performers at the New York Acting School for Film and Television. Thespians hone their acting chops through monologues, improvisations, and cold readings in Mark's classes, preparing for time spent on television or the big screen. Essentials classes introduce neophyte film actors to the intricacies of playing to the camera, whereas advanced pupils refine their techniques by co-starring in a two-person short film directed by Stolzenberg, learning to handle more difficult scene work and larger crowds of crazed fans. For more targeted practice, Mark hosts one-on-one, on-camera coaching sessions to prep audition material or monologues for upcoming performances.
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    150 West 46th Street
    New York, NY US
  • Back Stage Publications
    In print and online, Back Stage aims to organize a flood of information on casting calls, audition advice, and breaking industry news into a resource both aspiring and working actors can turn to daily. Tips on snagging representation, choosing headshots, and managing on-set frustration all help subscribers make the most of thousands of entertainment job listings for roles in commercials, films, and major state senates. In major cities around the country, Actorfest delivers its advice and opportunities in the flesh via intensive workshops, casting calls, and meetings with industry pros.
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    770 Broadway
    New York, NY US
  • J.J. Acting on 44th
    Jerry Brody?s four decades of stage experience include studying with the legendary Lee Strasberg, working as the artistic director of three theaters. Over the years, he?s developed his own system of acting education, which he and his associate instructors employ at J.J. Acting on 44th. Through focusing on theatrical improvisation, they help students trust their instincts and feel confident on stage.
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    244 West 54th Street
    New York, NY US
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