Nigerian actor Gideon Okeke shares about his experience at LSTFI and how his career evolved in the wake of COVID-19.
Amy Benson and Amy Dellagiarino share how their experience at LSTFI informs their work at Walking Shadow Readers Theatre.
Since graduating, LSTFI alumnus Brendan Bradley has developed a thriving online platform and founded an Integrative Technology Lab at NYU Tisch.
Bad Behavior Lab presents The Inferno by Dante, a new play written and directed by LSTFI alumna Julia Di Lorenzo.
Since graduating from LSTFI, Sebastian has found representation with A3 Artists Agency and made a splash in the film festival circuit.
Self-tape auditions are unavoidable in today’s acting industry. Here are 10 tips to help you nail your next at-home audition.
Since graduating from LSTFI in 2019, Chris Bagnall has landed a role in the new HBO Max series, Made for Love!
The AOS Class of 2021 presents Beth Henley’s Crimes of the Heart, directed by Kymberly Harris.
If you’re just starting to consider an acting career and are wondering where to begin, we have five steps to help you get started.
After taking a writing class at LSTFI, Emma Tadmor completed her first original play. PLASTERS will debut this summer at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival!
Deana Taheri is a NYC-based actor, writer, filmmaker, and casting director. Read all about what she’s been up to since graduating.
Introducing Alyssia Johnson, the first recipient of LSTFI’s Cicely Tyson Scholarship!
Alumna Jenna Fink shares an update on her latest projects, The Holman House and Miss Jordan’s Spring 2020 Production!
Alumna and LSTFI teacher Lindsey Ferrentino makes her Netflix debut with a film adaptation of her stage play, Amy and the Orphans!
Introducing Justine Robinson, the first recipient of LSTFI’s Chandra Wilson Scholarship!
Whether you’re a high school graduate looking to continue your formal schooling or a professional actors hoping to brush up […]
Learn more about the history of the Academy Awards, the changes to the 2021 ceremony, and this year’s top contenders.
On March 19, 2021, LSTFI hosted its 4th annual film festival live on Zoom!
Actors and auditions go together like bread and butter. Love them or hate them, auditions are an integral part of the acting industry.
Frustrated by the lack of opportunities during the pandemic and determined to further her career, Salomé Robert-Murphy has founded a new YouTube platform, The Self Series.
Even while in quarantine, actors cannot afford to lose their edge. Here are seven activities to keep your acting skills sharp during COVID.
Alumna Sandy Sidhu gets personal with film industry self-care, booking roles, and social issues that she cares about. Read about her journey to the LSTFI here.
Watch the latest vlog from LSTFI featuring alumni and faculty discussing what ‘the Method’ means to them.
Veteran and LSTFI Alumnus, Marquise Simmons, has not let 2020 slow him down. From SEAL Team on CBS to award winning short films, Simmons has been working hard in the film and TV industry.