Shainu Bala, LSTFI Alum, has put substantial work into his career. His training as LSTFI made him realize the power of The Method and the profound performances it can create.
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.
Method Acting is often misinterpreted as being harmful to actors, but David Lee Strasberg is here to set the record straight.
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.
Alumni of The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute have been using The Method for over 50 years! Here is what a few of them have to say about it.
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.
Alumna Anna Voitenko has big dreams, and is already living one of them – to become a serious actress.
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.
Founded by three LSTFI alumni, Et Alia Theater is an up-and-coming company based in NYC!
Michael Yurchak teaches Voice at LSTFI LA Faculty and has a successful career in voice acting. Learn more about Michael and his career here!
It has been an exciting month for LSTFI alumna Preeti Gupta who has two film projects premiering in NYC!
The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute celebrated its 50th Anniversary and honored Geoffrey Horne for over 40 years of teaching!
LSTFI alumna Lindsey Woespack shares how Method Acting gave her a voice, and how she uses her training in her personal life.
LSTFI alumni Scarlett Johansson and Laura Dern star alongside Adam Driver in Noah Baumbach’s latest film – Marriage Story.
Alumna Marthilia Svarna uses her Strasberg training to branch out, collaborate, and write her own stories. Her play “Our Basement” has been translated into Greek and is now showing in Athens!
David Lee Strasberg stopped by LSTFI New York to give a special workshop for current students and alumni!
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.
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.
Nives Bogad, an LSTFI alumna who completed her conservatory training in 2012 has since discovered the value of self promotion, marketing, and being true to yourself in this tough career field.
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!
LSTFI alumnus Dante Brattelli can be seen in The Fulton Theatre Company’s production of EVITA – extended until October 20th!
Read how alum Benjamin Josiah Tan learned to “value the craft of acting” while training at at LSTFI!
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.