David Lee Strasberg, Creative Director of LSTFI and son of Lee Strasberg, has devoted his life to The Method.
Method Acting is often misinterpreted as being harmful to actors, but David Lee Strasberg is here to set the record straight.
Michael Yurchak teaches Voice at LSTFI LA Faculty and has a successful career in voice acting. Learn more about Michael and his career here!
The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute celebrated its 50th Anniversary and honored Geoffrey Horne for over 40 years of teaching!
David Lee Strasberg stopped by LSTFI New York to give a special workshop for current students and alumni!
LSTFI Teacher Goya Robles, known for his portrayal of Yago on EPIX’s Get Shorty shares the importance of passion and dedication in the career of acting.
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.
LSTFI teacher Mitch McCoy has just completed filming on new short film ‘Truth Incorporated’.
Each summer, beloved LSTFI Method Acting instructor Geoffrey Horne directs an annual Shakespeare production as part of his theatre company, Shakespeare Downtown.
LSTFI Method Acting teacher Geoffrey Horne takes on Shakespeare’s masterpiece, Hamlet.
Frog and Peach transforms The Sheen Center Black Box Theater once again, this time into the seaside kingdom of Illyria, replete with fiendish pranks, public brawls, and an original score by Honey West’s Ted Zurkowski in this startlingly modern romp.
Directed by Geoffrey Horne, Shakespeare Downtown’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream brings Shakespeare to life.
Co-founded by LSTFI’s own Ted Zurkowski, Frog and Peach’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream bring in rave reviews.
Beloved Method Acting teacher Geoffrey Horne stages Shakespeare’s Richard III – with an all-Strasberg cast!
Method Acting teacher Lola Cohen releases her latest book, The Method Acting Exercises Handbook!
Frog and Peach, co-founded by LSTFI Method Acting teacher Ted Zurkowski, seeks to bring Shakespeare to new audiences.
New York Times critic Charles Isherwood raves about LSTFI alumna and teacher, Lindsey Ferrentino.
‘TODAY’ show anchors get schooled by LSTFI Method Acting teacher, Geoffrey Horne.
“Sarah Is Not Her Name” is a collaborative effort between Lee Strasberg alumni Eduardo Rios, Marcel Simoneau, and Christina Paterno.
LSTFI faculty member Laura Savia gives the inside scoop on her production of Red Light Winter, which was invited to perform in Poland.