Acting classes help students master the nuances of the craft, such as emoting naturally and making the right tooth twinkle after brushing with Colgate. Take a class for your close-up with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $180 for five two-hour film/TV scene-study and improv classes for kids ages 8–12 (a $450 value)
- $180 for five two-hour film/TV scene-study and improv classes for teens ages 13–18 (a $450 value)
- $199 for a four-week Page to the Stage: Comedy Workshop (a $450 value) $220 for eight 90-minute film-actors-shop classes for adults (a $550 value)
Both the film/TV scene-study and improv class and the Page to the Stage: Comedy Workshop culminate in a public performance, the latter at a Hollywood comedy club.
Los Angeles School of Comedy
The Los Angeles School of Comedy fills its studio spaces with classes in standup comedy, improv, and film and television acting. Resident comics Sunda Croonquist and James Harris share the knowledge they use at gigs at the Laugh Factory and writing for television, guiding their charges from building their acts to their first performances at Hollywood comedy clubs. Actors David Kano and Victor Cruz train screen workers of all ages in character development, scene study, and mock auditions.