Choose from Three Options
- $29 for one Television News Broadcasting and News Hosting class (a $150 value)
- $85 for three Television News Broadcasting and News Hosting classes (a $450 value)
- $149 for four Business of Acting classes (a $350 value)
During news-broadcasting and news-hosting classes, Oriana D’Agostino, an experienced broadcast journalist, teaches beginners the tricks of the trade that she learned as a reporter, anchor, and morning-show host for WLNY. Sessions take place on Monday nights.
The Business of Acting course, which meets on Tuesday nights, teaches students how to promote themselves and land their big breaks. Each session focuses on a different subject: headshots and résumés, how to market yourself and find work, how to create an acting reel and website, and advice from a professional manager or agent.
New York 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.
“It was fun”