Intermediate / Advanced Scene Study w/ Peter Jensen

Intermediate / Advanced Scene Study with Peter Jensen

The committed actor re-learns unceasingly

Discover Your Acting Blocks

Create From a Freely Imaginative Place

Be Present and Grounded in Your Work

“Best acting training I ever received. Subtle and real and deep. ...every experience is cherished, and not only that, intriguing. A great teacher, a great human.”

HBO's Jamie Neumann

Scene Study is an actor’s gym - a place for you to hone your craft and keep your skills sharp. It’s an environment for actors to get their reps in, continually tackling new material and gaining confidence in their process. How are you keeping your artistic self in shape?

Considered some of the best scene study classes in New York City, Peter Jensen’s courses have a following with award-nominated actors and television series regulars. These scene study classes provide an environment for experienced actors to enhance their ability to act from a deeply personal and freely imaginative place, bringing spontaneity and truthfulness to their work. Tools and exercises will be incorporated with scene work to develop the actor’s instrument and build technique.

These ongoing Scene Study classes meet once a week in-person and are offered in cycles of 4 or 6 weeks. Once you have joined an ongoing class, you may re-enroll to continue developing your work. 

"Peter guides you to depths of truth in your acting that you don't even realize until you've arrived."

Scene Study with Peter is for you if you...

Need help taking risks and making more interesting acting choices.
Have acting blocks you want to address.
Want to incorporate improvisation in your character and relationship development.


After this course, you will…

 Incorporate new tools and exercises to deepen your character work.
Connect with your body and inner life more deeply within your own in-home environment.
Reinforce your authenticity by personalizing and pursuing your character objectives.

Tuesdays or Wednesdays (4-week cycles)

Thursdays (6-week cycles) 

Actors will engage in group warmups, relaxation techniques, and sensory/stimulus work and work with partners on an assigned scene from a play. Personal in-depth work, first read techniques, character exercises, and relationship improvs designed to tap into the actor’s inner life and imagination will be applied.  In future cycles, actors are assigned a variety of new scenes and partners as they continue to develop and strengthen their process.

Upcoming Dates

Wed May 29 - Wed June 19
6:00pm - 10:00pm
Meets IN PERSON once a week on Wednesdays. (Applications for Wait List)
Fee: $335/4 classes (plus $75 registration fee for new students)
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Scene Study with Peter Jensen

Instructor: Peter Jensen

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  • This is an intermediate/advanced level class. You can apply online. An audition is required.
  • If you’re new to T. Schreiber Studio, select the LOG IN/CREATE ACCOUNT button to sign up and submit your application. We will contact you with the information you need to submit your audition.
  • Questions? Call us at 212-741-0209 or send an email to so we can help.
"ALL the work on DANNI I did with Peter and my years studying at the Studio (my home), seemed to have shined through in this review...feels like Christmas!!"
— Jeana Reilly, Actress/Writer/Producer
"Peter Jensen helped shape my craft, he's a mentor in that sense, encouraging me to trust my instincts and explore how far I can go."
—Martha Millan, The Cleaning Lady
"From Peter's teaching I discovered precious approaches to the most basic elements in the magical world of acting--be present and grounded even on the noisiest and messiest set in the world. I can do it!"
— Zhang Jingchu, Named "One of Asia's Hero's" by Time magazine, Rush Hour 3, Mission Impossible 5

Prior to joining T. Schreiber Studio & Theatre as Artistic Director, Peter Jensen was a member of the Core Faculty of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and served as the 3rd year Academy Company Director. He studied with Terry Schreiber, Uta Hagen, Chuck Olsen (Actor’s Studio), 78th Street Theatre Lab. Directing credits at T. Schreiber include Hot L Baltimore, nominated for NYIT Outstanding Production, Balm in Gilead winner of the 2011 NYIT Award for Outstanding Production The Pillowman, Lobby Hero, Joking ApartHurlyburlyA Taste of HoneyMarvin’s RoomYou Can’t Take It With YouThe Real Inspector HoundThe Actor’s NightmareFifth of July and Doubt.