Congratulations to TSS Alum Julia Garner

TSS Alum Julia Garner with TSS Faculty Pam Scott

Julia Garner, TSS alum, has been getting incredible reviews for her work on Ozark.  We could not be happier for her success!  Julia came to T. Schreiber Studio as a teen seeking to overcome her shyness through acting instruction.  She took classes with Peter Miner and Pam Scott while she attended the Studio.  To this day, Julia still works with Pam both on and off the set of Ozark.

T. Schreiber Studio provides professional acting instruction for adults, teens, and youth. Your teen actor can take the next leap in their training with the Teen Acting Program, offered in connection with Denise Simon, Acting Coach.

Pam Scott offers both Beginning Technique Intensive, for actors looking to lay a solid foundation of technique, and an On-Going Acting Class for beginning and intermediate actors seeking to hone their craft though scene work.

Peter Miner instructs both the On-Camera Scene Study class, for actors with some film and television work under their belt, and the On-Camera Master Class, for actors looking to polish an advanced skill set.

Congratulations to TSS faculty Pam Scott!

Congratulations to TSS faculty member Pam Scott on the success of her show All The King’s Horses, which she both wrote and directed.  The production features TSS Alumni Erika Longo (Patty) and Gregg Prosser (Richie) as well as Kerry McGann.

All The King’s Horses cast and creative with Matt Dillon

All The Kings Horses is playing at The Bridge Theatre, 244 West 54thSt. 12thFloor Aug 16 – 19

Congratulation TSS Alum Julio Trinidad

Congratulations to TSS Alum Julio Trinidad!  Julio’s role in the horror film ‘Riley Was Here’ premiered at Fantasia Festival this past Wednesday. The film, written and directed by the team of Mike Marrero and Jon Rhoads will also be shown at Popcorn Frights Film Festival, and the Telluride Horror Show.



Congratulations to TSS Alum Jo Walker who will appear in ‘Ladies Take the Lead’ with LCK Productions at The PIT NYC, where a group of insanely talented ladies will take on some of the most iconic roles in theatre, film, and television, originally written for men. All proceeds from this performance will go to benefit the TIMES UP campaign. Buy tickets for the April 9th event here.


“…feels like it’s worth of being on Off-Broadway rather than Off-Off-Broadway, and one which I would think Mr. Margulies himself would be proud of… Maggie Alexander delivers a strong and passionate performance as Sarah.”
– Anthony J. Piccione, New York City Critic, Onstage Blog
“Maggie Alexander as Sarah does an exquisite job…”
– Ed Malin, Theater in the Now
“The four actors are all outstanding, each in his or her own way.  Maggie Alexander exhibits the powerful single-mindedness required of her role as Sarah… an outstanding revival of Time Stands Still”
– Alan Miller, A Seat on the Aisle 
Don’t miss your chance to catch TSS Alums Maggie Alexander, Timothy Weinert, and Connie Castanzo in their final week of performances of Time Stands Still by Donald Margulies, directed by Joan Kane. Tickets and information are available here.

TSS ALUM LAURA MADDEN IN ‘Sand in a Memphis Glass/ or, the Grace of a Good Woman’

TSS Alum Laura Madden will appear in “Sand in a Memphis Glass/ or, the Grace of a Good Woman” by Brandon Thomas Disabatino received its World Premiere at the New York Theatre Winterfest 2018 and has recently been nominated for Best Play in the festival!  It will run at The Tank March 22nd, 24th, 29th and 31st at 7pm. Tickets are available here.

TSS Alum Celia Braxton Dramaturgs for ‘Peculiar Sam’ by Pauline Hopkins

TSS Alum Celia Braxton will dramaturg and introduce a reading of ‘Peculiar Sam’ by Pauline Hopkins (1859-1930), part of the On Her Shoulders Series. Doors open at 6:45pm for a prompt start at 7:00pm with The Play in Context Introduction by Celia Braxton, who situates the script in its historical time and place,. Admission is by Donation. Running time, including a post-performance Q&A is approximately 100 minutes. The performance is at The New School, Wollman Hall, 65 West 11th Street, New York, NY. R.S.V.P. to

Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins

ON HER SHOULDERS was founded in 2013 to present rehearsed, staged readings of plays by women from across the spectrum of time, with contemporary dramaturgs contextualizing them for modern audiences. The program was incorporated into New Perspectives’ Women’s Work Project in 2014 and continues to strive to make it impossible for producers and theatre companies to deny or ignore the 1,000-year history and value of women’s contribution to the theatrical canon. To date the program has presented 40 plays by 32 writers from the years 1668 to 1970.