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Study Acting with Jack

Jack serves as artistic director for the New American Theatre (NAT). NAT has an acting company called The New American Studio Ensemble. 


When: Saturdays, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Dates: 8 sessions, July 8, 15, 22, 29  August 5, 12, 19, 26
Location: The Broadwater on Santa Monica Blvd. in Hollywood


In this professional, advanced workshop, actors will work on monologues and scenes using the teachings of Constantin Stanislavsky.  Under the guidance of  Jack Stehlin (New American Theatre Artistic Director, actor/director), actors can move forward with the confidence they need to work on the largest stages of the world or on any TV, film or new media set.  Our goal is to help actors find the ability to feel free and authentic as they serve the story based on the text. All actors invited into the workshop will have the opportunity to become members of The New American Theatre. 

What to expect:

  • Participation in a community of vibrant, working, professional actors in theatre, TV, and film.

  • The benefit of a shared dialogue between motivated and experienced actors who strive for fulfilling and long-lasting acting careers.

  • An in-depth exploration of Stanislavsky, using monologues and scenes.

  • Please note, this class requires significant outside work: students are required to rehearse outside of the workshop. Workshop members can rehearse in-person or on an app such as Facetime, Zoom, etc.  


The Studio is designed to further all aspects of the the art of acting, and members seek to create an atmosphere of collaboration towards the development of a common working language. The actors in the studio perform scenes from plays, but Stehlin's acting technique can be applied to acting on film, television or on stage.


For more information, please visit: The New American Theatre website

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