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.
We sat down with Crystal Skillman, who is writing Pulp Verité, a new work for The Clifford Odets Ensemble Play Commission.
“Sarah Is Not Her Name” is a collaborative effort between Lee Strasberg alumni Eduardo Rios, Marcel Simoneau, and Christina Paterno.
We had a chance to sit down with Shaun Peknic, who has been awarded The Lee Strasberg Directing Fellowship to direct Crystal Skillman’s upcoming Pulp Vérité for The Clifford Odets Ensemble Play Commission.
Sasha Krane, the Strasberg Institute’s resident director and teacher of acting for film and television, and his wife Katharine McEwan have won several awards for their most recent film, SOLITARY.
LSTFI faculty member Laura Savia gives the inside scoop on her production of Red Light Winter, which was invited to perform in Poland.