Acting Schools Los Angeles

Mission

The Los Angeles Acting Conservatory recognizes that every actor is unique.
As a student of The Los Angeles Acting Conservatory you will develop a comprehensive set of “acting tools, your very own “Golden Box” that you can use at any time when approaching a role or a scene, whether it be for film, television, or theater.
The Acting School’s acting techniques are based on the Meisner Technique, Lee Strasberg’s Method, Stella Adler, Stanislavski’s System, and the Michael Chekhov technique.
As a student of The Los Angeles Acting Conservatory you will learn how to market yourself as actors and learn about the business of acting. You will develop intellectual, insightful and critical abilities, learning how to read comedic and dramatic plays, television and film scripts, how to analyze their content, and how to determine the best way to approach roles.
To exercise one’s acting instrument is to raise the bad by working on great literature. Our Mission is to empower our students with all these skills
“Once Actor at the time, my mission is to empower Actors to be the best they can be.” – Michelle Danner

 

Statement of Purpose

The purpose of the Los Angeles Acting Conservatory is to further the appreciation and understanding of craft of stage, film, and television acting. The school seeks to exist as an international nexus for actors. Through cultural exchange and exposure, done in the heart of American entertainment industry, the school hopes to prepare the next generation of leaders and artists, and ready them to excel in a world of globalized entertainment. Our school’s teaching encompasses the following acting techniques: Meisner, Strasberg, Adler, Hagen, Chekhov, & the Stanislavsky Technique.

Objectives

To achieve this mission, The Los Angeles Acting Conservatory has identified these three primary objectives:
  1. To provide a creative and pro-active environment that fosters you to be ready to work in the film, television and theater industry.
  2. To encourage you to take risks and work on challenging and daring material that will stretch you and push you beyond your limits.
  3. To ensure that you receive the care and attention in the acting classes necessary to grow and flourish creatively as an actor.

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