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What You'll Get
July 8th-August 15th -Two years of Meisner based Technique taught in 6 weeks -Learn how to break down material -Learn improvisations -Learn how to make specific choices -Learn how to Act
The Fine Print
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About Acting Class NOW
Iris Klein teaches, coaches and directs in Los Angeles and holds workshops in Honolulu, Hawaii. Iris Klein grew up in New Jersey, one suburb away from Manhattan. Her parents studied and worked in New York City. After a time at NEW COLLEGE in San Francisco, Iris moved back to NYC where she resided for the next ten years. The decade was of music on Bleeker Street, guitars and song. Klein worked on films, including the cult-classic, Warriors, watched Coppola, Scorsese, Walter Hill and Robert Benton direct and as an actress in theatre played off broadway and just off, Off Broadway. While working with the Australia Broadcasting Commission, ABC’s Jeff McMullen and a crew of one other, she filmed documentaries up the Amazon River, and traveled across a vast part of the world. Klein moved to Los Angeles in 1980 to act and performed for Eugene Ionesco, his wife and packed theatres under the direction of Paul Verdier in, Ionesco’s Tales, at Stages Theatre. She was directed by John Cassavetes in his play, A Woman of Mystery, starring Gena Rowlands, Woody Harrelson and Carol Kane at the Court Theatre. Cassavetes‘ artistic fearlessness continues to inspire and shape her. TV and film credits followed. Iris directed “Conversations in Black and White,” by Pamela Galvin in off broadway’s New York City Theatre, co-wrote and co-directed with Jim Klein festival winner, indie feature; “Three Janes,” starring Gail O’Grady, Erika Alexander, Stephanie Romanov, Michael Murphy, John Glover and Louis Ferreira and with Brian White, Boris Kojoe and Billy Brown. The film shot in Los Angeles Chicago and Las Vegas. The feature won the Diamond Halo Award for Best Direction at the Angel City Film Festival in Hollywood and was honored at the RiverRun International Film Festival in North Carolina.