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Class Audits – LA Campus



The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute in Los Angeles encourages prospective students to audit a Method Acting class prior to applying. Audits allow you to observe one (1) Method Acting I class at no charge. Method Acting is the core class that all students take throughout their studies. It is designed to train the actor in Lee Strasberg’s systematic acting technique known throughout the world as The Method™. The technique develops the actor’s ability to respond with real behavior to imaginary stimuli.

Visit the School and Audit a Method Acting class

If you are going to be in the Los Angeles area and want to audit a Method Acting class, please request an audit here
The Institute is in West Hollywood (7936 Santa Monica Blvd, 1 block west of Fairfax Ave.)

Please note that a maximum of 1 auditor is allowed per class. Auditors may or may not be allowed to participate depending on the teacher, class and schedule for the day.

Please select your preferred day and time. Audits must be requested at least 48 hours in advance. No same day requests will be honored. You will receive a confirmation email from [email protected] with your scheduled audit date and time.

Auditors are invited to observe the entire 4 hour Method class. However, an auditor may leave at the break if necessary. Late arrivals will not be permitted entry.
Teachers may invite the auditors to participate in the relaxation and sensory exercises. Auditors may also elect to simply observe. Auditing a class and visiting the Institute is the best way for prospective students to see if The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute is where they want to train as actors.

Please note that the Institute does not permit audits the first 2 weeks of the session and only permits audits of Method Acting I classes. Also note that late arrivals will not be permitted to enter and anyone exhibiting disruptive behavior will be asked to leave the class.

If we cannot see the possibility of greatness, how can we dream it?
-Lee Strasberg