American Art Theatre offers adult acting classes to Long Islands’ Nassau and Suffolk County actors. 8 week semesters based in the techniques of Stanislavski, The Group Theatre and The Actors Studio (Method Acting). Classes cover sense memory, improvisation, scene study, script interpretation and script analysis.

New semester  begins Monday March 26, 2018.

Adult classes meet Monday evenings 7:30- 10-10:30 once a week for 8 weeks.

Registration is March 19th – 22nd by appointment. Open enrollment.

For Information on upcoming classes, call 631 424-2477

The American Art Theatre is located at the Huntington Center For Performing Arts 310 New York Ave Huntington N.Y. 11743 (1/2 block North of Main St. across from Book Revue )

New to acting? Great class for the first timer. A step by step process with no outside performance pressure. Learn in a safe supportive environment. (The only LI class to offer a closed door environment).  Experienced? Take your creativity and craft to the next level.

Classes are taught by Founder/ Artistic Director.
Rick Imberman A.A.T.’s Artistic Director
Mr. Imberman is a graduate of NYU’s prestigious Tisch School of the Arts. He has studied with America’s most prominent masters from Lee Strasberg and Stella Adler to Broadway’s David Mamet and Yale University’s Bobby Lewis, co-founder of the Actors Studio.

As an associate of the Actors Studio he has worked as Assistant to Director Al Pacino on Israel Horowitz’s Rats, starring Burt Young, Assistant to Director Stephen Lang (Avitar)on Success Story starring Quentin Tarantino and Marisa Tomei and Assistant to Artistic Director Estelle Parsons for the Actors Studio Tribute To The Group Theater.

Rick has worked with Tony award winning producer John Wulp (Dracula) in the title role of Golden Boy. He received Newsday’s critics’ choice for his portrayal of Jan in Janusz Glowacki’s Hunting Cockroaches.

Full Circle Actor Writers Workshop Facilitated by playwright Johnny Culver

Start the new year by taking part in a creative writing and performance workshop that will run every two weeks from January to June 2018.  Bring your short written or performance pieces (less than 5 minutes) to share!

All genres welcome.   Admission is FREE.
Saturdays at 12:00 PM:
January 13, 27  |  February 10, 24  |  March 10, 24  |  April 7, 21  |  May 5, 19  |  June 2

Queens Library, Astoria
14-01 Astoria Blvd

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