History… Tradition… Legacy…

sandy_profileWe believe that the purpose of an acting school is to get you working professionally. And that begins with Professional Level training. Training that has worked for over 75 years. Training that continues to work today, for a new generation of actors. Training based on a rich history and deep tradition. Guided by Martin Barter, a master teacher, you will embark on a series of interdependent, sequential exercises. You will absorb the building blocks of one of the strongest acting foundations available today. They create in you an emotionally live actor of depth, imagination and truth. We teach the Meisner Technique the way Sandy taught it, honoring his legacy. The results speak for themselves. Graduates of this technique have won 13 Academy Awards, 8 Emmys and 6 Tonys.

Level 1 Intensive – Los Angeles

Join us for our first Intensive of 2015.
This Level 1 Intensive will start January  14th, 2015.
Classes will meet Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday afternoons at 4:00pm.

2nd Year Traditional Program
– Los Angeles

We are now interviewing students for our upcoming  2nd Year traditional program. This is the full 9 month program open to experienced Meisner students. 1st year training of the Meisner technique is required to join this session. Potential students will be interviewed and auditioned before being accepted.
This class will begin in January 2015 and will meet Wednesday and Sunday evenings.

Call (800) 988-9051 or to schedule an interview.

Free introductory session to the Meisner Technique – Friday, January 9th 2015 at 7pm

Join us for this hands-on session that details what the Meisner technique is. You’ll experience the same exercises taught to every beginning student and leave with a deeper understanding of the technique, as well as acting in general.
Call or email to reserve your spot.

Sanford Meisner Master Class –
Now available to stream online.

Only available on DVD up until now, the Sanford Meisner estate has made this unique recording of Sandy teaching the technique available online. Martin Barter provides the commentary for the videos.