LSTFI proudly presents the 2023 StrasbergWORKS selection, Quinn the Magnificent by Paige Susan Anderson!
This summer, Paige had the opportunity to revisit LSTFI – this time as the playwright of the 2023 StrasbergWORKS selection.
NYU alumnus Adi Roy went straight from LSTFI to Broadway. Now, he’s starring in the national tour of Disney’s Aladdin!
An actor, director, writer, and founder of RJ Theatre Company, Emma Tadmor left her home country to pursue acting at LSTFI.
Performing on stage isn’t the only way to work in the theatre industry. Here are six theatre jobs, no acting required!
NYU Tisch at Strasberg presents Jaclyn Backhaus’ You on the Moors Now.
An actor’s job is to audition. Here are five places to search for acting auditions when you’re ready to make your next move.
A joint production between the Institute and NYU Tisch at Strasberg, LSTFI presents Stephen Sondheim’s Assassins!
Finding an agent or manager (or both!) is an important and exciting step for emerging actors. But, how do you get one?
Nerves are not the enemy – but how we deal with them can negatively affect our work. Here are 3 tips for handling nerves on stage.
Fatih Akin’s 2022 biopic Rheingold about German rap sensation Xatar is a box office hit!
Filmmakers were given a prompt and just 5 days to create a 3 minute short film for LSTFI’s inaugural 3×5 Film Competition.
LSTFI is proud to present the 2022 commissioned Practicum play, LISA!
The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute is proud to present Branden Jacob-Jenkins’ Everybody, directed by Alfonso Rey.
The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute celebrates Lee Strasberg’s 121st birthday.
The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute presents Alice Birch’s Anatomy of a Suicide.
Cornelius Boeder’s Scissors is selected as the 2022 StrasbergWORKS production!
Validation by LSTFI alumna Daphne Macy is one of just 30 works selected for the nation’s leading short play festival.
Did you know that the Marvel Cinematic Universe features a number of LSTFI alumni? Read here to find out who!
Wrriten by LSTFI alumna Marissa Alaniz, Our Place in the Daylight runs this July as part of the 2022 Chain Play Festival.
An old sea captain goes mad when shadows from the past come to haunt him.
After a nasty break up, Claire and Danny play the game Two Truths and a Lie in this romantic comedy.
This one-act play from Sam Shepard finds five spoiled, idle kids lazing around a beach after a Fourth of July picnic.
Sixty-Six Productions presents The Effect by HBO Succession writer Lucy Prebble.