The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute celebrates Lee Strasberg’s 121st birthday.
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.
The Effect at LSTFI Los Angeles has been hailed as “L.A. intimate theater at its most thrillingly, arrestingly effective.”
LSTFI alumna Anastasiia Duvallie shares insight on her journey to LSTFI and her latest feature film, Broadcast.
“The Last Supper and Three Years Later” is the latest installment of original work produced at LSTFI in collaboration with the Clifford Odets Ensemble Play Commission.
An ensemble of entirely LSTFI-trained artists teamed up to create ‘Beneath the Surface’, a short film telling the true stories of women affected by domestic violence.
NYU Tisch at Strasberg presents Fuenteovejuna, a reknowned Spanish classic by Félix Lope de Vega y Carpio.
LSTFI presents Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl, a reimagining of a classic Greek tragedy through the eyes of its heroine.
LSTFI alumna Isabella Uzcátegui discusses her journey to acting, her experience at LSTFI, and the latest scoop on her upcoming projects.
Tax season can be daunting for those with gig-based income. Here are six acting-related expenses that can be written off your taxes.
As an actor, it’s easy to question if you’re doing enough to further your career. Here are five tangible steps you can take right now.
An actor’s journey is about more than just bookings and rejections. Learn to celebrate these tiny victories that keep you going.
The New York City subway is shut down, the streets are flooded, and time has run out on the Climate Clock.
Elizabeth in power. Mary in Prison. This world is only big enough for one Queen to rule.
Fresh out of his first year at NYU Tisch at Strasberg, Adi Roy is making his Broadway debut as Phoenix in Jagged Little Pill!
Comedy unfolds as four aspiring young novelists sign up for private writing classes with Leonard, a brilliant but unorthodox literary figure.
Alumnus Tristan Campbell shares about the range of techniques in his actor toolbelt and his latest film, Death Alley.