Designed as "acting gym," studio focuses on strengthening actors' craft through regular classes on film, improv, television & stage acting
- Expires Sep 12, 2012
- Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Classes must be used by the same person.
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- $29 for a 3-hour weekend introductory acting workshop (a $70 value)
- $49 for three 2.5-hour weekday acting classes (a $105 value)
- $79 for six 2.5-hour weekday acting classes (a $210 value)
Introductory acting workshops offer neophyte thespians a low-stress taste of life on the stage, mixing screenings of movie and television scenes with engaging group exercises. More advanced students can choose classes that cover television work and film, improv comedy, scene study, and indie films. Students should call for an up-to-date class schedule.The Philadelphia Acting Studio
Many people think of acting as a mystical gift, but Bernard Glincosky knows better. Like any skill, acting requires practice, and that’s where Glincosky’s “acting gym”—The Philadelphia Acting Studio—comes in. At the studio, aspiring thespians bulk up their skills through a variety of classes taught by seasoned actors. Himself a Hollywood veteran, Glincosky employs a stable of experienced instructors including The Wire alum Brian Anthony Wilson, Upright Citizens Brigade graduate Jill Whelan, and off-Broadway veteran Frank Licato. Classes are offered throughout the week, covering scene work, audition tactics, and how to cry on command when the maitre d' can’t find an empty table.