World Theatre Day is March 27th and The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute is happy to celebrate and honor the work of our theatre artists.
COVID-19 has turned just about everyone’s lives upside down. The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute had transferred classes online for the safety of students and faculty.
Laura Dern, LSTFI Alumna, was nominated over 25 awards this year! She won many, including Best Supporting Actress at The Academy Awards. Dern, previously known for her work on Jurassic Park, has been in the spotlight this year in both TV and movies.
David Lee Strasberg paid a visit to LSTFI New York to lead a workshop on the evolution and application of his father’s work.
Chalres Nuckolls, screenwriting instructor at LSTFI in New York, is passionate about more than just writing. At his core, he is a storyteller.
LSTFI alumna Mathilde Dehaye captures audiences and critics alike in the Stephen King Hulu anthology, Castle Rock!
The newest crime thriller from writer/director duo Josh and Benny Safdie, Uncut Gems stars LSTFI alumnus Adam Sandler.
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.
In the years since studying at Strasberg, alumna Amy Dellagiarino took the tools she developed as an actress and made a career as a playwright.
Founded by three LSTFI alumni, Et Alia Theater is an up-and-coming company based in NYC!
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.
This week, fourteen students and alumni from The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute were selected to study with acclaimed […]
“Sarah Is Not Her Name” is a collaborative effort between Lee Strasberg alumni Eduardo Rios, Marcel Simoneau, and Christina Paterno.
STUDENT BODY, which debuted at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute as a Clifford Odets Play Commission, will be mounted at NYC’s The Flea.
When Greg makes a seemingly harmless comment about his girlfriend Steph’s “regular” looking face, the information gets back to Steph and sends their relationship off the deep end.