The Sixty-six Theater Co. is launching their 2018 season with Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Adly Guirgis’ powerful prison play Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train.
Alumna Liana Sonenclar is on a fast track to success with her acting and writing career.
Will & Samantha are joined by Alyssa Virji and Dillon Odle to talk college auditions, The Method, and everything NYU.
Alumnus Dan Shaked reflects on his career since finishing his training at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute.
Orange is the New Black star Rebecca Knox discusses the way that The Method has helped her career.
Directed by Nina Fry, the Fall 2018 Conservatory Performance represents a culmination of 2 years of study.
A Clifford Odets Play Commission, Old Friends Who Just Met follows nine roommates of Odyssey College’s class of 2001 and how they navigate their internal lives while living in a time of uncertainty and change.
It is fall in the midwest, Curt a cop who wants to be a park ranger, is the lead officer in taking down a Naughty but Nice ‘massage parlor.’ The combined efforts of Curt and bumbling partner Doug fail at doing what appears to be an easy job.
Actress and vocal coach Carla Stickler reflects on taking over the role of Elphaba in Wicked on Broadway.
Theresa Burns drops by to talk about musical theatre and how she worked her to an Equity card. Knox Van Horn & Bella Harris join in to discuss industry standards and body positivity.
After Dr. Stockmann discovers contamination in the water supply of a small town, he is abused, ignored, and forced into silence when he tries to tell the public about the issue.
Geoffrey Horne speaks to Will & Samantha about the sensitivity actors need to employ in the face of a daunting industry.
Will & Samantha are joined by Lady Gaga’s former teacher Tim Crouse to talk about her body of work as both an artist and an activist.
Exciting news for Adam Bakri, who has previously starred as the titular character in “Omar” and many Off-Broadway plays.
A kaleidoscopic play of short scenes addressing contemporary issues about knowledge, technology and communication, and our capacity for love.
Interview with Bryn Carter about her newly soaring career and how hshe taps into the mind of an 8 year old boy in the new play SCRAPS.
Worsch discusses her work on the movie “Letting Go” and her role as both actor and producer.
Corey Camperchioli talks about FEMME, hisnew film about LGBTQ identity. FEMME premiered at film festivals with rave reviews.
Laura Holland discusses her collaboration with fellow NYU alumna, Paige Esterly, when producing and creating the new play “The Torso”.
The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute 2-Year Conservatory students present their final showcase.
Andréa Winter reflects on her work in “Blood Paradise”, a feature film from Swedish creator Patrick von Barkenberg.
Growing up, Lucy had to deal with her father’s fame as a comedian and, especially, his most prominent creation: Days in the Hospital – a TV show inspired by her mother’s death.
After finding immense success on film, Lady Gaga is returning to the stage for a residency at MGM Park in Las Vegas.
Three Strasberg alumni – Rachel Brosnahan, Laura Dern, and Alec Baldwin – are up for Emmy awards this year!