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!
Bad Behavior Lab presents The Inferno by Dante, a new play written and directed by LSTFI alumna Julia Di Lorenzo.
The AOS Class of 2021 presents Beth Henley’s Crimes of the Heart, directed by Kymberly Harris.
After taking a writing class at LSTFI, Emma Tadmor completed her first original play. PLASTERS will debut this summer at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival!
Introducing Alyssia Johnson, the first recipient of LSTFI’s Cicely Tyson Scholarship!
Introducing Justine Robinson, the first recipient of LSTFI’s Chandra Wilson Scholarship!
Learn more about the history of the Academy Awards, the changes to the 2021 ceremony, and this year’s top contenders.
On March 19, 2021, LSTFI hosted its 4th annual film festival live on Zoom!
The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute is proud to present The Line, directly by Henri Esteve.
The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute is proud to present Antigone, directed by Alani iLongwe.
AOS Degree students and faculty reflect on the first year of the inaugural class of the Associate’s Degree program at LSTFI Los Angeles. Enrollment is open for the AOS Degree class of 2022.
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!
Sort of adapted from Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, Stupid F##king Bird stages a timeless battle between young and old, past and present, in search of the true meaning of it all.
Strasberg LA has a brand new degree program that just finished its first term. Find out what one of the students, Vjosa Halili, has to say about her experience.
Welcome to Colchester, a small town where everybody knows each other and the pace of life allows the pursuit of love to take up as much space as it needs.
The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute celebrated its 50th Anniversary and honored Geoffrey Horne for over 40 years of teaching!
What of the Night is a prophecy about the effects of greed and poverty on American life. A Pulitzer Prize finalist in 1990, today that prophecy feels perhaps more urgent than ever before.
On October 18, 2019, the student body, staff, faculty, and alumni of The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute gathered for a group photo commemorating The Institute’s 50th Anniversary!
Among our 50th Anniversary celebrations, the school invited Dr. Sergei Tcherkasski from Russia to conduct a two-week long masterclass, culminating in a production of the final act of Chekhov’s The Three Sisters.
In celebration of Latinx theatre, LSTFI is proud to present an evening of scenes by María Irene Fornés.
On September 17, 2019, season actor Pooch Hall delivered a StrasbergTALK to students at The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute.