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ONGOING SCENE STUDY

The Freeman Studio Approach to Scene Study

The Freeman Studio was founded to provide an enriching and nurturing place for actors. On-going Scene Study develops acting techniques for film, stage or television. We believe that constant practice breeds confidence and expertise, which result in greater success in the audition room, on stage, and on set. Therefore, the Scene Study classes are offered on a constant, year-long schedule.

Once an actor is enrolled they may renew their spot as long as they wish. Cycles are four weeks long, plus an additional hold date. All of our teachers have prescriptive methods to get to the heart of what each actor needs to tackle practical challenges in their work, and to discover new techniques to grow in their craft. 

All In-Person Freeman Studio classes are held at our NYC studio in NoMad.

Find out more about each individual class below.

Scott's Class
Scott Freeman

$298 per 4-week cycle

Class times listed in EST:

Tuesdays 1:15pm to 4:45pm

Tuesdays 6pm to 9:30pm

Wednesdays 1pm to 4:30pm

Wednesdays 6:00pm to 9:30pm

Next Cycle: 

July 16th

July 16th

July 17th

July 17th

About the Class:

Scott Freeman has been dedicated to training actors for over three decades. In that time, he has developed a practical, prescriptive method for getting to the heart of what each actor needs. His master classes are for actors with substantial training and practice. Acting exercises at the beginning of class are designed to augment the work being done in class.

Actors are assigned scenes to perform with scene partners. This material is from produced plays, screenplays and television scripts. As the actor progresses in the class, there is increased collaboration in choosing material. Time is always set aside in each class, if necessary, for monologue work and/or upcoming audition material.

While the class work concentrates on process, there is an equal focus on the practical aspects of the career. This influences the material chosen and emphasis of each actor's growth.

Classes are limited to 12 students. Class is on a 4-week cycle and meets once a week, with an additional hold date. Once you are enrolled in the class, you may renew your spot. If you give it up, and wish to rejoin, you will be placed on the wait-list for the next cycle.

For more information, contact our team or email info@thefreemanstudio.com.

Lisa's Class
Lisa Arrindell
Lisa Arrindell

$298 per 4-week cycle

Class times listed in EST:

Thursdays 2pm to 5:30pm

Next Cycle:

July 25th

About the Class:

This class, taught by experienced actor and teacher, Lisa Arrindell, is targeted for those actors who, although perhaps already working in the profession, are at an early stage of their careers. While the emphasis is on scene study and monologues, there is also a substantial focus on exercises towards a deeper understanding of acting technique. Therefore, each actor gains a sustaining knowledge of their personal process.

Classes are limited to 12 students. Class is on a 4-week cycle and meets once a week, with an additional hold date. Once you are enrolled in the class, you may renew your spot. If you give it up, and wish to rejoin, you will be placed on the wait-list for the next cycle.

For more information, contact our team or email info@thefreemanstudio.com.

Reed's Class
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Next Dates: July 22nd

Find out more info here

About the Class:

This ongoing class is for actors who seek a way to keep their acting instrument in shape while gaining new insights. The Studio has engaged the esteemed award-winning actor Reed Birney, who through his many years acting in theatre, film & television, has a unique and valuable method for helping actors possess a greater understanding of the craft of acting. Actors will work on scenes primarily from contemporary plays, but older and classical texts are welcome as well. 

For more information, contact our team or email info@thefreemanstudio.com.

Maria's Class

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Maria's workshop here

Next dates: TBA

About the Class:

This class, taught by noted actor and teacher, Maria Dizzia, is targeted for those actors who, although perhaps already working in the profession, are at the early stage of their careers. While the emphasis is on scene study and monologues, there is also a substantial focus on exercises towards a deeper understanding of acting technique. Therefore, each actor gains a sustaining knowledge of their personal process.

For more information, contact our team or email info@thefreemanstudio.com.

Next Cycle:

TBA Summer 2023

Maria Dizzia
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