Online Actor’s Gym

Online Actor’s Gym

Invest In Your Artistry this Summer

Get Your Reps in This Summer

Bulk Up On Your Technique From Home

Take The Risks You Need To Level Up

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Gain the muscle memory that will allow you to truthfully inhabit your next role.

Talented actors are strong in some areas but the strength is unsupported by the time & technique needed to create real actor versatility. As a trained actor you gain the ability to deliver strong performances every time with the discipline to own your work in a way that sets you apart. The Actor’s Gym will help you avoid the common character development traps to which untrained actors succumb. Designed for actors at the intermediate level who are still early on in their training, culminating in a Zoom performance of scenes and monologues for family and friends.

Dates TBA

Online Acting Gym is for you if you...

Want professional New York training without being in New York
Have natural talent but are looking to gain more experience
Know you need to strengthen your theatre & on-camera know-how

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After this Intensive, you will…

Possess the tools to navigate the demands of any script or audition
Feel more confident preparing for any role no matter the medium
Have completed the reps to strengthen your truth-telling muscles

 

Learn Online from Master Teachers

Who Should Apply?

Emerging artists ages 18 and up interested in dedicated immersive study with award-winning instructors located in New York City.

How to Apply?

  • Select the LOG IN/CREATE ACCOUNT button to submit your application including your headshot & resume. You may also be required to submit a link to a 1-2 minute contemporary monologue. Applications now being accepted.

  • Questions? Call us at 212-741-0209 or send an email to studio@tschreiber.org so we can help.
New to online classes? See what our students think about studying digitally.

Coursework

Monologues

Learn how to develop monologues from plays or films in a creative, process driven way. Identify all the ingredients that makes for a successful monologue or scene: character, relationship, place, & need. Get your monologue self-tape ready.

On-Camera

Avoid the classic traps of projecting and overacting on-camera. Effectively and confidently work within your frame while taking full advantage of the moments before and after your scenes. Get over your fears of trusting the camera.

Scene Study

Use emotional preparation, character work, and partner work to explore and deepen your technique while living in the environment of the character. Complex scenes from plays are assigned to challenge you to unearth clues from the text to bring the character and scene to life.

Dates TBA

Why T. Schreiber?

T. Schreiber Studio is recognized as one of the foremost professional theatre studios in New York City. With over 50 years’ experience developing actors in a supportive and collaborative environment, the Studio’s alumni include Edward Norton, Peter Sarsgaard, Julia Garner, Riann Steele & countless actors currently working in the business. Faculty of the Studio is composed of working professionals and established artists in theatre, film, and television under the direction of Terry Schreiber and Peter Jensen.

YOUR INSTRUCTORS
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Tommy Buck is best known for his work on the Emmy nominated HBO series The Deuce. He has performed principal roles on Gotham, Law & Order: SVU, Ray Donovan, and the Emmy Award-Winning The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

ACCOLADES
“I’ve been coached by the best and Tommy Buck is one of them. I worked with Tommy before booking my last two jobs: Power and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”
— Ned Van Zandt
“Tommy Buck is not only a very gifted actor, but a talented coach as well. He has an eye for simplifying the audition down to exactly what is needed to book it!”
— Helen LeRoy - Woke, The Resident, Hillbilly Elegy.
"Because of his years of experience as a theater and film actor, a writer, director and editor, he can quickly assess what’s needed, find comedy and drama, and offer thoroughly understood suggestions on how to use the camera frame to enhance the actor’s performance and the story that is being told."
— Alexei Bondar - Condor, Taken, Divorce, The Americans
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