Leah Zhang, actress and movement instructor at LSTFI LA, is in a new short film titled ‘Red Ladies’ that is dominating the film festival circuit.
Still on the fence about training online? Hear from LSTFI’s own faculty and students about the benefits of online actor training.
Monique Ray, acting conservatory student, Army Veteran, and mother of two, has taken Method Acting classes online only. She has been thus far thrilled with the results.
Professionals in all fields invest in ongoing training and refresher courses throughout their careers. Actors are no exception.
Here we assemble ten must-watch Hollywood movies, all starring alumni of The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute!
The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute’s Young Actors Program offers a variety of kids’ acting classes for children as young as kindergarten.
Art therapy has always been a tool that empowers veterans. At LSTFI, we offer programs for veterans attending on the GI Bill.
You can help your aspiring child actor through the audition process by following these tips!
There are pros and cons to both online and in-person acting classes. However, given the unique circumstances of today, there are distinct advantages to online learning.
This summer, The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute is offering online playwriting workshops for kids and teens!
Founder of the Chelsea Film Festival and actress Ingrid Jean-Baptiste continues to dedicate her life to empowering women and making the film industry a better place.
We at LSTFI are firmly committed to upholding a more supportive, inclusive, and anti-racist environment and offer the following actions as stepping stones toward creating such a space.
Kit Bromovsky, an alumna of the LSTFI One Year Conservatory, shares with us the projects she has been working on in quarantine!
Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute faculty Ron Navarre and Madeline Jaye discuss the transition to online Movement classes – and how actors can stay active at home!
Read all about Method Actor Lainie Kazan’s incredible break into the industry – and the classes she’s teaching at LSTFI!
LSTFI alumnus Jason Lee gave us the inside scoop on his latest role in Eighty 12 and his take on managing expectations during the current COVID-19 quarantine.
With alumni from more than 140 countries around the world, our students at the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute enjoy the bonds of an unusually strong alumni network.
The need to practice self-quarantine during the global pandemic has forced all of us to learn new ways of coping, new ways of being, and new ways of staying sharp!
By now, veteran and aspiring actors alike are sequestered at home. But you needn’t feel as if your time is going to waste. Here are some tips to make the most of your time in quarantine!
While theatres and acting schools across the country remain closed in the face of COVID-19, World Theatre Day remains a day to celebrate the art made on stage.
COVID-19 has turned just about everyone’s lives upside down. The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute had transferred classes online for the safety of students and faculty.
In a loving send-up of the frivolously inconsequential musicals of the Jazz Age, a fan known as Man in Chair gives a spin to the original cast recording of one such musical.
On Friday, March 6, the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute hosted its third annual Strasberg Film Festival!
In 2020, LSTFI alumna Laura Dern was nominated for over 25 awards! Dominating this year’s season, Dern was celebrated at countless ceremonies – including The Oscars!