Los Angeles, CA, June 22, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The Elizabeth Mestnik acting studio, has today announced that there is still time to enroll in the summer intensive Meisner training.
Spaces are limited, so the sooner the better, when deciding to setup an interview for registration.
As per the studio’s director: “Opportunities come and go, and as an actor in Los Angeles, few things will get one ahead as the knowledge and training of the Meisner technique. It places actors one step ahead of the competition, as it teaches proven methods to get into character with ease. When students visit the studio, expectations include a full commitment to the schedule and class participation.”
The studio is known for excellence in training, and has also been recommended by NBC’s Diversity Talent Program. The Meisner technique is also taught in its original form, which was created over fifty years ago, by Sanford Meisner. Today, the technique proves its relevancy, as it serves a stepping stool to take one’s acting career from a beginner stage into a trained professional. Actors are able to master techniques that take a fictional character into one that is completely believable by an entire audience.
The summer intensive program is also comprehensive, in that actors can train based a syllabus that covers all aspects of the Meisner program. New enrollees are however limited to the Tuesday and Thursday weeknight trainings at 7:00 p.m.
There are a few short days left to register, as classes resume on July 5th, 2012, and runs through August 6th, 2012. Tuition prices are $545. For students who wish to include voice training, the cost is $745. Additional details about the program for summer can be viewed here.
Students who participate in the summer program, but also wish to continue for the extended one and two year programs beginning in fall, have a better advantage of enrollment.
The Elizabeth Mestnik acting studio is conveniently situated in the hub of Los Angeles, for actors to school themselves while working or auditioning. The lead director, Elizabeth Mestnik, received training in New York, but has since called Los Angeles home. The company is renowned in the area as one of Los Angeles’ best-in-class acting studios for beginner to advanced level actors. Each student reaps the rewards of personalized attention. To learn more about Emasla, please visit http://www.emasla.com