NOW FINALIZING ENROLLMENT AND SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS**
“What I learned in just 4 weeks was amazing!”
“Every instructor shared the same passion for the craft and true interest in their students! There’s no “Dream Team” like Peter and Diane Miner, Page Clements, and Miriam Kulick!…My classmates were just as impassioned and supportive as the people working with us at T. Schreiber; the studio seems to draw like-hearted people.”
Kara G. 2015 Graduate
2016 Summer Session (FULL – WAIT LIST ONLY)
Dates: July 18, 2016-August 11, 2016
Monday – Thursday
2pm – 6pm
Offered only once a year, the TSS 4-Week Summer On Camera Intensive is designed to deepen the actor’s sense of truth and relaxation in front of the camera. Headed by Emmy award winning director, Peter Miner, this vigorous intensive incorporates On-Camera Acting with Technique and Vocal Production. Within the framework of behaving truthfully under imaginary circumstances, the actor will explore character creation, needs, obstacles, and being in the moment.
**A limited number of partial scholarship awards are available to select incoming students for the Four Week On Camera Intensive. Students can request to be considered for a partial scholarship, which will be awarded based upon financial need, merit, and talent.
On-Camera Acting (Peter Miner) will include improvisation, action work, character monologues and action verb exercises. Actors will move to in-depth work on a scene from film or television. Students will also be offered the opportunity to be camera operators.
Acting Technique (Miriam Kulick) will include a wide variety of individual and group exercises to open up and develop each actor’s instrument and fine tune the actor’s listening and responding skills.
Vocal Production (Page Clements) will assist the actor’s instrument communicate and achieve a more expressive voice, allowing for a connection to a wider range of emotions. Exercises will strengthen breath control and support, release tension in the voice, improve articulation and diminish regional accents.
Admission is based on an interview/audition consisting of a 2-minute contemporary monologue. For an appointment, call 212-741-0209. Out-of-town applicants only can submit a web link with the applicant performing a 2-minute contemporary monologue.
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Tuition: $1,450 (plus $75 application fee for new students)