All new students at the Los Angeles campus perform midterm scenes. This is an opportunity to get on stage in […]
Join us as we celebrate our Associate of Occupational Studies in Acting (Method Acting) Degree Class of 2022’s graduation. These […]
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.
AOS Degree students and faculty reflect on the first year of the inaugural class of the Associate’s Degree program at LSTFI Los Angeles. Enrollment is open for the AOS Degree class of 2022.
Still on the fence about training online? Hear from LSTFI’s own faculty and students about the benefits of online actor training.
Please note that during the Covid-19 Pandemic, we recognize the ease of just “dropping by” to audit a class is […]
Method Acting teacher MJ Karmi loves sharing her passion for The Method. Method techniques are the foundation of her own acting and she finds it meaningful to share her own experiences with her students.
Parents, does your kid dream of becoming an actor, but you don’t know where to begin? Has your child taken acting classes but is ready for that ‘next step’? Consider enrolling at The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute
Seasoned actor Jeff Bosley cherishes the time he spent at The Institute. For every role, he looks to his Method Acting toolbox to find sensory exercises that work for him.
Method Acting is often misinterpreted as being harmful to actors, but David Lee Strasberg is here to set the record straight.
Palesa Sekati is a talented young actor from South Africa, whose childhood dream of studying The Lee Strasberg Method Acting™ in New York City has been recently realized.