Acting for Film/Stage | Acting Program

Shelton Students gain the art and craft of acting, which lasts for life, and applies to all mediums. They gain the opportunity to discover their true voices and they gain the inspiration to dedicate themselves to working professionally as artists. Developed by national treasure Jean Shelton and Robert Elross. They brought with them from New York an extensive knowledge of method acting from their relationships with Stella Adler (responsible for Brando and De Niro), Harold Clurman (commonly thought of as the finest mind in the American Theatre), and Broadway actor/director Wendell Phillips, among others. Matt Shelton has assembled the finest staff available and thoroughly trained them to teach Jean's acting technique and multi-disciplinary programs using techniques from some of the finest minds in the country. Beginning through professional levels. This program can also be tailored for working professionals.

Spring 2018 | current  Curriculum  

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FREE AUDITING EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT FROM 7-10PM



Acting

 Tuesday
 7pm - 10pm

 April 3- May 22

 Instructed by
 Matt Shelton

This is an acting class that ensures the actor has a complete process for creating a role. Principles of directing, and the artists creative will are expanded. All levels work out in an environment of creativity and accountability. Scene study and monologue format. Class concludes with performances before an invited audience.

Tuition: $450

Beginning Acting

Saturday
11am - 2pm                            March 31- May 19
                       

 Instructed by
 Margery Fairchild

Fundamental actor training available to actors at all levels of experience including beginners. Focuses on beginning acting techniques within the scene study or monologue format. Class concludes with performances before an invited audience.

Tuition: $450


Private Coaching

Instructed by
Matt Shelton

1 hour of instruction, by appointment only. 

*Audition and/or interview required.

Tuition: $100