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Faculty Spotlight: MJ Karmi

MJ Karmi

Method Acting teacher MJ Karmi loves sharing her passion for The Method. Method techniques are the foundation of her own acting and she finds it meaningful to share her own experiences with her students.

The Legacy Continues

David Lee Strasberg, Creative Director of LSTFI and son of Lee Strasberg, has devoted his life to The Method.

Faculty Spotlight: Goya Robles

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.

Stanislavsky’s The Three Sisters

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.

Fornés Fest

In celebration of Latinx theatre, LSTFI is proud to present an evening of scenes by María Irene Fornés.

Geoffrey Horne: A True Emotional Life

Each summer, beloved LSTFI Method Acting instructor Geoffrey Horne directs an annual Shakespeare production as part of his theatre company, Shakespeare Downtown.

FROG AND PEACH: Twelfth Night

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.

FROG AND PEACH: Macbeth

Frog and Peach, co-founded by LSTFI Method Acting teacher Ted Zurkowski, seeks to bring Shakespeare to new audiences.

COVID-19

Dear Students and Prospective Students,

As news of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to develop, we wanted to take time to reassure our community that The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute is monitoring circumstances on a regular basis. We are committed to the well-being and education of our students, faculty and staff. Following in step as other universities and schools, we have transitioned to holding classes remotely in ways that are meaningful.

The Spring 2020 term will begin on April 20th.

These are unique times worthy of serious thought and implementing measures of caution. We trust that our Community will, as always, join together, to find new ways to collaborate, innovate, and continue doing the work we care so deeply about.

Please be sure to follow us on social media for events and updates during this time where we're all Safer at Home.
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