Master Teacher Ron Burrus Memorial Set for January 20th

January 7, 2022

The Stella Adler Studio of Acting announced a memorial for Ron Burrus, master acting technique teacher. Burrus was the greatest exponent of the technique developed by Stella Adler. There will be a memorial for Mr. Burrus on Thursday, January 20, 2022 at 6pm ET online via Zoom Webinar.

Through tireless work and lifelong passion Ron Burrus made himself into the most creative interpreter of the techniques of Stella Adler. His uniqueness as an Adler-inspired teacher according to Artistic Director Tom Oppenheim was, “not only his capacity to shape Stella’s techniques into a systematized series of very clear exercises but his inclination to combine those exercises with the work of the great Hindu spiritual master Jidddu Krishnamurti”.

Ron studied under renowned acting teacher Stella Adler serving as her assistant in a protracted apprenticeship that lasted ten years. He then taught side by side with her, working closely with some of the most important actors of our time including Donna Murphy, Matthew Modine, John Mellencamp, Bill Paxton to name but a few. Mr. Burrus opened his own Ron Burrus Studio in 1983 and returned to the Stella Adler Studio of Acting under the invitation of Stella Adler’s grandson, Tom Oppenheim. There he trained a new generation of actors including Bryce Dallas Howard, Caitlyn Fitzgerald, Olivia Washington to name but a few. In 2009 Ron Burrus worked closely with Oppenheim to build a West coast branch of the Stella Adler Studio, the Art of Acting Studio.

Ron Burrus studied Stella’s work, researched and expanded upon it, adding elements to sharpen the actor’s sense of focus and awareness in imaginative spaces. Stella Adler, with roots in the Yiddish Theater and Group Theater, was the only American actor to study with the great Russian master, Constantine Stanislavski. Burrus assumed and extended this legacy in his work. He trained actors from the 1960s through 2021. Burrus, 79, of Los Angeles, CA, passed away on Dec.13, 2021 after a four-year battle with cancer.

MEMORIAL DETAILS

What Did You Learn? What Did You See?
A Celebration of the Life and Work of Ron Burrus
Thursday, January 20 at 6pm ET
Via Zoom Webinar
RSVP: Please click here to register to attend.

SHARE YOUR STORY: Please click here to share some thoughts or memories about Ron.

GIVE TO THE SCHOLARSHIP FUND:
If you cannot attend, but would like to contribute to a scholarship in Ron’s memory, which will be an annual campaign, please click here.

The memorial will be conducted like one of Ron’s classes. A small group of invited speakers will be followed by community members sharing what they learned from Ron. Those who don’t share in real time will be encouraged to write thoughts into the chat. Those thoughts will be captured and printed into an online book. The Ron Burrus Center will add photos and links of Ron and that book will be offered as a gift to all.

Ron Burrus was an American acting teacher and coach and the greatest exponent of the acting technique developed by Stella Adler. Ron studied Stella’s work, researched and expanded upon it, adding elements to sharpen the actor’s sense of focus and awareness in imaginative spaces. Stella Adler, with roots in the Yiddish Theater and Group Theater, was the only American actor to study with the great Russian master, Constantine Stanislavski. Burrus assumed and extended this legacy in his work. Burrus, 79, of Los Angeles, Ca, passed away on Dec.13, 2021 after a four-year battle with cancer.

OBITUARY

Ron Burrus was an American acting teacher and coach and the greatest exponent of the acting technique developed by Stella Adler. Burrus studied Adler’s work, researched and expanded upon it, adding elements to sharpen the actor’s sense of focus and awareness in imaginative spaces. Stella Adler, with roots in the Yiddish Theater and Group Theater, was the only American actor to study with the great Russian master, Constantine Stanislavski. Burrus assumed and extended this legacy in his work. Burrus, 79, of Los Angeles, Ca, passed away on Dec.13, 2021 after a four-year battle with cancer.

He was born in Onawa, IA, March 11, 1942, the son of Joe Burrus and Audrey (Hutchison) Burrus. He is survived by sister Marlene Cowan, brothers Stan Burrus and Richard Burrus, brother in-law, Chuck Cowan and sister in-law Debra Eaton, nephews, Jeff Cowan, Logan Burrus, Ethan Clark, nieces Kristin Rawson, Dana Clark, Cindy Cowan, Yma Sautbine and Aubrey Clark.

Growing up Ron enjoyed singing, musicals and was in the Drama Club.  He tried playing football in the 9th grade. But no go. He would rather do a soft shoe dance in the kitchen. Ron graduated from Leeds High School in Sioux City, Iowa, 1960, and the same year he and his mother and brothers traveled the original Route 66 out to California and settled in Burbank, a block from the airport.

Ron would often run with his brother Rich the one block to the airport where they would follow unsuspecting travelers and imagine stories about unknown destinations. This sparked a love for travel which he would pursue over the entire course of his life.

He graduated from Pasadena College and served in the U.S. Army in Germany and after returning to California, jetted off to New York to fulfill his dreams. Ron studied under renowned acting teacher Stella Adler serving as her assistant in a protracted apprenticeship that lasted ten years. He then taught side by side with her, working closely with some of the most important actors of our time including Donna Murphy, Matthew Modine, John Mellencamp, Bill Paxton to name but a few. Mr. Burrus opened his own Ron Burrus Studio in 1983 and returned to the Stella Adler Studio of Acting under the invitation of Stella Adler’s grandson, Tom Oppenheim. There he trained a new generation of actors including Bryce Dallas Howard, Caitlyn Fitzgerald, Olivia Washington to name but a few. In 2009 Ron Burrus worked closely with Oppenheim to build a West coast branch of the Stella Adler Studio, the Art of Acting Studio.

Throughout his long career Mr. Burrus worked internationally leading workshops in The film school in Lausanne, Switzerland first invited Mr. Burrus to conduct workshops for their directors and actors. This led over time to workshops in major cultural institutions and festivals in Mexico City, Mexico; Bogata, Colombia; Hamburg, Germany; Cecina, Italy; Tokyo and Osaka, Japan; Mumbai, India; Manila, Philippines and Toulouse, France. He really knew how to travel. One bag and he was off.

Through tireless work and lifelong passion Ron Burrus made himself into the most creative interpreter of the techniques of Stella Adler. His uniqueness as an Adler inspired teacher according to Oppenheim was “not only his capacity to shape Stella’s techniques into a systematized series of very clear exercises but his inclination to combine those exercises with the work of the great Hindu spiritual master Jidddu Krishnamurti”.

Ron was a beautiful, generous person.  He believed strongly in helping others fulfill and achieve their dreams and through endless mentorships touched many lives and awakened a curiosity in others to live with joy, pride, presence and awareness without judgment.

Posted in News

Hiring: Voice & Speech Instructor

The Art of Acting Studio-Los Angeles is seeking an instructor for Voice and Speech. Seeking candidates who are at least familiar with the Knight/Thompson speech approach, as well as Fitzmaurice Voicework experience (certification in either is helpful but not required). Course work focuses on exploring and developing the voice of the individual to be versatile in a range of performance contexts and demands rather than training for a non-existent and prescriptive ‘standard’. Students explore their connection to their own voices in the context of character in tandem with the development of vocal technique as a tool to apply to a range of performance opportunities, including but not limited to on-camera and stage work. An MFA in Acting is preferred, but not required. Bi-lingual candidates are encouraged to apply.
The West Coast Branch of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting New York. The Studio’s mission is to create an environment with the purpose of nurturing theatre artists who value humanity, their own and others’, as their first and most precious priority while providing art and education to the greater community
Sean Spann, Head of Voice & Speech
ART OF ACTING STUDIO LOS ANGELES
1017 N Orange Drive
Los Angeles, California
Employment Type: Contract, Part-Time
Compensation: Hourly
Compensation Amount: Hourly rate negotiable
Application Deadline: 12/17/2021
Posted in Uncategorized

Jimmy Tripp

October 27, 2021

From Tom Oppenheim, Artistic Director:

Dear community,

It is with great sorrow and a heavy heart that I’m writing to inform you that we’ve lost our beloved teacher, friend and family member, James Tripp today. Jimmy joined the faculty of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting in the mid 1980s at the invitation of Stella Adler herself. By that time he had a full life in the theater working in major regional theaters, at the Public Theater and on Broadway. But Jimmy’s true artistic domain was in the classroom and his greatest performances were as a teacher. In that realm Jimmy’s talent knew no bounds. With a single gesture he could spank the devil and lick the sky. Jimmy was all theater. He was a theater bandit. He busted down borders with Dionysian glee and many of us who survive him at Adler and thousands and thousands of former students were freed by this man, were elevated by his greatness, were liberated by his passion, were made merry monsters like him. Jimmy made us feel like creatures in Where the Wild Things Are, “I’ll eat you up I love you so.”

My grandmother recognized her kind in Jimmy. She invited him to Adler after seeing a production of Moliere’s Tartuffe which he directed at his other artistic home, the National Shakespeare Conservatory, with me in the title role. It was my first production ever. Jimmy delighted in dressing me up in a long white wig and made me an aged, sex crazed, power hungry, hypocritical hippy. He gave me a comb as a prop to unsuccessfully comb the knots out of my tangled hair. He acquainted me with what was most corrupt in myself, what was most ghastly, grotesque, gory, ugly. He thus made a man of me. Stella appreciated him deeply for this, knew he was an artist, knew where he belonged, right in the heart of the Adler family

I first encountered Jimmy at Kerhonkson, National Shakespeare Conservatory’s summer program. I was so shy and scared and Jimmy’s energy was overwhelming to me. Jimmy was the contemporary scene teacher in those days with his dear friend Mario Siletti teaching Shakespeare. Jimmy was utilizing Meisner repetition technique but only as Jimmy could, repetition a la TRIPP!!! Actors were repeating what the other said but wildly, roiling into a frenzy. It scared the bejesus out of me in spite of the fact that I’m a Jew. After class I followed Jimmy to his car and told him that the exercise scared me. “Well, then you must try it!” he said with a face wide open like the sky. Jimmy opened up a door for me that day, a door that remains open and continues to beckon and challenge me.
There was so much freedom in Jimmy’s class, a freedom we desperately need. This freedom was scary for some, thrilling for others, scary and thrilling by turns. He would crack words over his knee and throw them in your face. You had the feeling that anything could happen. Passion, for example. Love. Hatred. High art. Low art. Lampoon. Anything. This freedom produced boldness, courage, a crystal clear understanding of the purpose of theater and the blessing. May Jimmy’s death inspire a resurrection of that freedom. May generations hence spring up as liberal as he, as outrageous, as passionate, as free.

We dedicate this year to our teacher, friend, family member James Tripp. We will soon open the James Tripp Theater. Long live Jimmy.

Love,

Tom Oppenheim
Artistic Director


Thank you so much for the outpouring of love we have seen online in the wake of Jimmy’s passing. It has been wonderful reading all the cherished memories you have had with him over the years. The Stella Adler Studio of Acting is in the process of collecting quotes, stories and favorite memories of Jimmy Tripp for the archives. Do you remember inspiring words he gave in class? Is there a favorite story of Jimmy? Please share with us by filling out the form linked below. Or you can simply reply to this email and I can add it for you.

Jimmy Tripp Memories and Quotes Form

Posted in News

LA Virtual Open House this June

Interested in training at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting’s sister school in Los Angeles the Art of Acting Studio? Attend our upcoming Virtual Open House running nightly from June 8-10, 2021. Take free classes and hear from current students and faculty over Zoom. This open house will be catered towards actors interested in the LA Professional Conservatory program.

Attend as much or as little as your schedule permits. Can only join us for one or two evenings? No problem. Want to attend all three evenings for the full Conservatory experience? Happy to have you with us!

  • Studio Overview & Discussion – Hear from Artistic Director Tom Oppenheim (grandson of Stella Adler) as he discusses the history, mission and core beliefs of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting and Art of Acting Studio. Faculty and staff will also discuss the studio’s various programming.
  • Free Workshops – Get a taste of the studio’s world-class training with free workshops each night. Classes available will include acting technique, on-camera, and scene work!
  • Student Q & A – Meet with current conservatory students who can answer your questions about studying at the Art of Acting Studio in Los Angeles.

RSVP to the Virtual Open House Here

SCHEDULE:

The times are in Pacific Time (LA) and will be on Zoom.

  • Tuesday, June 8th (6-9pm PT) – To kick off the open house, the first event will be “Meet the Studio” a discussion with Tom Oppenheim and the staff. Following that event will be a special Master Class with Jane Fleiss on the Acting Technique developed by Stella Adler
  • Wednesday, June 9th (6-8pm PT) – This evening will feature two workshops: Improvisation and Monologue Coaching led by conservatory faculty.
  • Thursday, June 10th (6-7:30pm PT) – The final evening will be a Question and Answer session with current conservatory students and faculty. Ask them anything!

Reserve Your Spot: This event is FREE (no cost)! Due to limited space each night, reservations are required. Students must be at least 18 years of age and absolutely proficient in the English language in order to participate. RSVP using form below or by Clicking Here.

Posted in Uncategorized

Virtual Open House – Feb 9-11


Interested in training at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting (NY) or Art of Acting Studio (LA)? Attend our upcoming Virtual Open House running nightly from February 9-11, 2021. Take free classes and hear from current students and faculty over Zoom. This open house will be catered towards actors interested in the Professional Conservatory programs or Summer Intensives.

Attend as much or as little as your schedule permits. Can only join us for one or two evenings? No problem. Want to attend all four evenings for the full Conservatory experience? Happy to have you with us!

  • Studio Overview & Discussion – Hear from Artistic Director Tom Oppenheim (grandson of Stella Adler) as he discusses the history, mission and core beliefs of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting and Art of Acting Studio. Faculty and staff will also discuss the studio’s various programming.
  • Free Workshops – Get a taste of the studio’s world-class training with free workshops each night. Classes available will include acting technique, on-camera, and scene work!
  • Student Q & A – Meet with current conservatory students who can answer your questions about studying at the Stella Adler Studio in New York or Art of Acting Studio in Los Angeles.

RSVP to the Virtual Open House Here

SCHEDULE:

The times are in Eastern Standard Time and will be on Zoom.

  • Tuesday, February 9th (7-10pm) – To kick off the open house, the first event will be “Meet the Studio” a discussion with Tom Oppenheim and the staff. Following that event will be a special Master Class with Ron Burrus on the Acting Technique developed by Stella Adler
  • Wednesday, February 10th (7-9pm) – This evening will feature two workshops: On-Camera Acting and Monologue Coaching led by conservatory faculty.
  • Thursday, February 11th (7-9pm) – The final evening will be a Question and Answer session with current conservatory students and faculty. Ask them anything! Perhaps we will also do a virtual facility tour if time permits!

Reserve Your Spot: This event is FREE (no cost)! Due to limited space each night, reservations are required. RSVP using form below or by Clicking Here.


Posted in News

2021 Diversity Scholarships Announcement

A central tenet of Tom Oppenheim’s Artistic Directorship has been to make the studio’s work accessible to all, to diversify access to Stella Adler’s work. Under Oppenheim’s leadership, the studio has given nearly $1,000,000 in scholarships for BIPOC students in an informal application process. In an effort to make that work more transparent and visible, the studio has created a formal application process for future scholarships.

The studio is delighted to announce the 2021 application process for diversity scholarships for the 3-Year Conservatory, Evening Conservatory and LA Conservatory for matriculation in Fall 2020 in NYC or LA. These scholarships will cover up to the full tuition cost for the first year of training. The scholarships are one of several efforts to support the studio’s priority to develop a student body that reflects the society in which it exists.

Students also interested in the shorter term 10-Week Summer Conservatory can also apply for the Diversity Scholarship.

Deadline to Apply: Monday, January 25th, 2021

More information at https://stellaadler.com/classes/admissions/diversity/

Posted in News

Diversity Scholarships Annoucement

A central tenet of Tom Oppenheim’s Artistic Directorship has been to make the studio’s work accessible to all, to diversify access to Stella Adler’s work. Under Oppenheim’s leadership, the studio has given nearly $1,000,000 in scholarships for BIPOC students in an informal application process. In an effort to make that work more transparent and visible, the studio has created a formal application process for future scholarships.

The studio is therefore delighted to publicly announce the application process for diversity scholarships for the 3-Year Conservatory or Evening Conservatory for matriculation in Fall 2020 in NYC. These scholarships will cover up to the full tuition cost for the first year of training. The scholarships are one of several efforts to support the studio’s priority to develop a student body that reflects the society in which it exists.

Deadline to Apply: Monday, August 3rd, 2020

More information at https://stellaadler.com/classes/admissions/diversity/

Posted in News

A Letter from Anita Dashiell-Sparks

Dear Stella Adler Center Community,

I am both humbled and honored to serve as Artistic Director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion for Stella Adler Center of the Arts. As a BIPOC artist, educator, director, and EDI practitioner, I firmly believe in the transformative power of art and theater that can and should be inclusive, culturally responsive, equity-minded, empathetic, compassionate, and supportive of all intersectional identities. I believe that the theater is a transformative space where “the invisible is made visible.” We are in an urgent and necessary moment and movement of foregrounding BIPOC voices and experiences that have been marginalized, silenced, dismissed, and rendered invisible for far too long. This is a necessary action and catalyst for change. I am committed to being a part of that change.

In my new role, I will help foster and nurture a culture and artistic learning environment that does not tolerate racism, white supremacy, systems of power and oppression, a colonized or euro-centric canon of literature, sexism, and other discriminatory practices.  Towards that end, a system of reporting bias, discrimination, harassment and other concerns for students, faculty, and staff will be established and implemented by Artistic Director of EDI along with subsequent follow-up and review protocols.

We want to ensure that all members of the Adler community know the power of their voice, to use it as a tool to advocate for themselves and as an ally for others without fear of retaliation. I’ve outlined several action items that I recently shared with Tom Oppenheim about how to begin and implement our EDI organizational change work. A ten-point plan will be put into action immediately. Through these concrete actions, we will do better and we hope that our students, faculty, and staff will keep each other accountable. Our collective commitment and collaboration as a community is imperative in doing this work as part of our practice.  These actions are outlined below.

Warmly,

Anita Dashiell-Sparks
Artistic Director of EDI, Stella Adler Center of the Arts

  1. DATA COLLECTION & TRANSPARENCY: I requested current data about the racial and gendered demographic of faculty and staff for Stella Adler Center in New York and Los Angeles. We will create an EDI database that will house this data and information that allows us to examine and assess patterns, trends, and identify gaps to strengthen the diversity of faculty and staff and individuals who hold leadership roles/positions within the organization.  The database will be accessible to Stella Adler Studio Community.
  2. RECRUITMENT & RETENTION OF DIVERSE FACULTY, STAFF, AND STUDENTS: Systematic Review of current policies and practices regarding hiring of faculty and staff, and auditioning students for conservatory programs, casting a wider net of outreach, and implementing best practices and approach of equity-mindedness in all of these processes.
  3. MANDATORY TRAINING & FACULTY DEVELOPMENT: Ongoing training, workshops, and professional development facilitated and overseen by Artistic Director of EDI and others as needed that include the following topics: Unconscious Bias, Anti-racism; anti-black racism, white privilege, white fragility, equity-minded teaching, gender identity & gender expression, sexual orientation, harassment prevention, building cultures of affirmative consent, and intimacy guidelines/protocols in theater. Stella Adler Center faculty and staff have committed to ongoing education and will be engaging this summer in a comprehensive guide that addresses several of topics listed above to help understand structures of systemic racism and to foster inclusive and culturally responsive/sensitive learning environments. All students are encouraged and invited to participate in Justice in June educational guide as well: https://justiceinjune.org/. The material covered in this guide will be discussed and unpacked in faculty/staff meetings throughout the summer and next year.
  4. CURRICULUM: A systematic review of curriculum and plays selected for productions will be done in order to diversify and decolonize the canon of literature.  Intent is that students are exposed to a wide array of stories, experiences, and perspectives to investigate, analyze, personalize, and embody within their studio work where their own identities are actively welcomed into the room and tho work, art being created. This is part of an inclusive and culturally responsive pedagogical frame and equity-minded teaching frame.  The catalogue and library of theatrical works will be diversified and regularly updated by students, faculty, and staff to reflect identities across multiple categories of experiences
  5. CASTING & REPRESENTATION: A review of current casting protocols for auditions, for productions, as well as conservatory programs will be implemented with the goal of being equitable in this process being mindful of access and opportunity of experiences for all students at Stella Adler Studio.  Best practices of inclusivity will be integrated into casting processes across various identities.
  6. REPORTING SYSTEM: A system of reporting incidents of bias, discrimination, harassment, will be created and implemented including follow-up and resolution procedures.
  7. CLIMATE SURVEY: A survey is currently being developed to assess and analyze the current climate of Stella Adler Center for faculty, staff, students, and alumni. This is another metric and tool of accountability that will happen in August 2020 and be repeated every 2 years to measure effectiveness and identify areas that still need improvement
  8. FOCUS GROUPS: Beginning in July-August 2020, Artistic Director of EDI will hold focus groups for faculty, staff, students, and alumni, in New York and Los Angeles as another metrics and top of collecting quantitative and qualitative data that will inform and shape EDI programs and initiatives moving forward.
  9. STRATEGIC PLAN: The data gathered and collected from Focus Groups and Climate Survey will be formulated and synthesized into creation of a 3-5 year EDI Strategic Plan for Stella Adler Center with specific goals to be accomplished in years 1, 3, and 5 of the plan with benchmarks and measurable objectives for accountability.
  10. ARTS JUSTICE: As the mission of the studio values and foregrounds how theater can be used as a catalyst for individual change and social justice, we are excited to explore and expand programs and initiatives for faculty, staff, and students to engage with this social justice work.
Posted in News

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

Dear friends,

In a letter from the studio dated May 31, 2020 with the subject line “In Solidarity and Community”, we made a promise “not to rest until we multiply our energies to utilize theater and education to combat systemic racism.” We wrote that with full recognition that it will take work, lots of work. We are ready to do that work.

To this end we are proud to announce the engagement of Anita Dashiell-Sparks as Artistic Director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at the Stella Adler Center for the Arts. This appointment will begin immediately.

I met Ms. Dashiell-Sparks back in 2010 when we were building the Art of Acting Studio (AOA) in Los Angeles. J. Steven White, who taught Anita at New York University’s Graduate Acting program, introduced us when I asked him for recommendations for the best teachers in Los Angeles. Anita is indeed the best.

Anita is the best not only because she’s a compelling, dynamic, charismatic teacher and director, which she absolutely is. What makes her so wonderful is her gigantic heart and her rich, ever-expanding mind. It is her heart and mind, her curiosity, her deep engagement with life, with ideas, with theater as a vehicle for art and justice, that captivated me and made me wish to collaborate with her. She emanates the mission of the Studio, was and is a living, breathing example of a person whose growth as an artist is at one with her growth as a person.

But life steered Anita in another direction to the University of Southern California where she serves as Associate Professor of Theater Practice in Acting and Associate Dean of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.

And yet we stayed in touch throughout the years. We met last spring in LA to discuss the possibility of Anita teaching movement at AOA. Three hours later we had a plan of how Anita could contribute and share her experience as an artist, educator, EDI practitioner, and community outreach advocate to enrich the center’s  community. Anita will indeed become an Artistic Director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, a post that will involve engagement on both coasts and work with students, faculty and staff.

In the weeks ahead of us, Ms. Dashiell-Sparks and the administration of both the Stella Adler Studio and the Art of Acting Studio will meet. Anita will help us map out a robust program that focuses on theater and racial justice and I’m eager to take this journey too. We will reach back out to the community with a specific plan and look forward to engaging all staff, faculty and students in this work.

Twenty five years ago when I became the Artistic Director of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting I relinquished dogmatism with a question: “what does it mean to be the Stella Adler Adler Studio today”? It’s a question I ask myself everyday. I asked this question on May 25, 2020. I ask this question with a prayer. I ask this question as a prayer. I pray for the Stella Adler Studio of Acting to be forever dynamic, radically new and ever self-renewing and always to serve humanity…

I am so pleased to welcome Anita Dashiell-Sparks in her new position and I look forward to introducing her to you.

Most sincerely,

Tom

Tom Oppenheim
Artistic Director

Posted in News

STUDIO MOVES SUMMER COURSES ONLINE

COVID-19 Update: The Studio is mission driven to provide an environment that values humanity above all else. In these pandemic times, that means taking the best of advice of local authorities toward community health and safety. Los Angeles County continues to shelter-in and the studio has decided to move all summer programs to Zoom. Online summer programs allow us to offer actors a chance to train with world-class faculty while observing important social distancing measures.

Courses that are now offered online can be taken no matter where you are in the world. Here is a list of courses now being offered online:

  1. Summer Conservatory
  2. Film & Television Intensive

Posted in Uncategorized

Donate

Recent Posts

Recent Comments

Archives

Categories

Meta