About T Schreiber Studio
“Schreiber’s studio has a strong connection to the Group Theatre and its forebear, the Moscow Art Theatre- in addition to Strasberg and Meisner, the instructors’ mentors include Stella Adler and Robert Lewis- but other influences range from Uta Hagen to the Cohen brothers.”
-Published in Backstage
The T. Schreiber Studio established in 1969, is recognized as one of the foremost professional theatre studios in New York City, devoted to the comprehensive training and development of actors in a supportive and collaborative environment.
The Studio’s ongoing classes are integrated into its annual season of productions, allowing the accomplished faculty to guide the growth of each artist from classroom to stage. The faculty of the Studio is composed of working professionals and established artists in theatre, film, and television, under the direction of Terry Schreiber.
“We’re all in search of that golden nugget called the ‘moment of truth’, when any artist stands at one with their creation and finally knows ‘O hey, I really got it right.’ That’s what I want you to feel.”
“His generosity of spirit and the way he reflected my talent to me was just extraordinary. Through that experience of working with him as my director and as my teacher, I had a sense of myself as a young actress and it made me feel I had something to give as an actress.”
January 2, 2017
Peter Sarsgaard goes for the essence — not an impersonation — of Bobby Kennedy in the biopic Jackie by Bob Thompson- National Post Peter Sarsgaard as Bobby Kennedy and Natalie Portman as Jackie. Peter Sarsgaard is pleased to report that he’s been mixing it up. Last year, Sarsgaard played a hyper drug addict in the […]
December 29, 2016
“SAG-AFTRA mourns the passing of Debbie Reynolds, whose six-decade career made her a star of both the big and small screens. Reynolds, a recipient of SAG-AFTRA’s SAG Life Achievement Award, died today at the age of 84.” Read the full statement here.
December 22, 2016
Set in the turbulent 1970’s, this bittersweet romance by the author of Moonchildren and Spoils of War, starred Kevin Kline at Circle in the Square Theatre on Broadway. Paul is a Peace Corps dropout and Susan is in freefall when they meet on a beach in Bali. Some themes from decades ago are still important in today’s world. Such is […]
December 21, 2016
The Women of ‘The Babylon Line’- The Interval NY Written by Victoria Myers Photography by Jacqueline Harriet December 21st, 2016 In Richard Greenberg’s The Babylon Line, now playing at Lincoln Center Theater, four women—some friends, some not—come together for a weekly creative writing class in 1967 Long Island. The play gives the all too […]
December 13, 2016
ANNOUNCING THE COMPANY OF THE 2017 SCHREIBER SHORTS A Long Trip By Dan McGeehan Dir. Joan Kane Man, Older – Steven Curtis Jones Woman, Older – Kate Whitney Man, Younger – Brian Dole Woman, Younger – Vanessa Johansson Prize Fight By Michael Weems Dir. Ivette Dumeng Blanca – […]