Explore All Our Seattle Acting Classes

Acting 101

Acting 101 Seattle Class

Acting is fun — and it can be life-changing. In our enjoyable Seattle acting classes, you’ll learn how to create characters, memorize dialogue, and perform scenes in front of the class. We’ll do warm­-ups and theater games, improv and scene…

Acting 102

Acting 102

In this Seattle acting class, we’ll continue improving our foundation acting skills, with an eye on what directors call script analysis and scene study. We’ll perform scenes from short scripts, focusing on the elements that actors need to be aware…

Acting 103

Acting 103

In this Seattle acting class you’ll learn how to create a range of different character types, then choose four of them to polish and perfect. Every movie has two “lead” actors, but they also usually have dozens of character parts —…

Acting 104

Acting 104

In this Seattle acting class, we‘ll do exercises designed to help students expand their emotional range, i.e., their ability to able to feel and express a wide range of emotions (when acting in films or on stage). The emotional side…

Acting 105

Acting 105

ACTING 105: PHYSICAL ACTING Acting 105 is a new four-week class for students who’ve completed Acting 101-104 and would like to continue learning and practicing while developing their skills to the next level. Our focus will be on physical acting…

Acting 106

Acting 106

Acting 106 is a follow-up class for people who’s taken 105 and would like to continue learning and improving. Our focus in these four weeks will be on moving acting to a more genuine and spontaneous level. There’s a saying…

Acting Fundamentals Certificate

Acting Fundamentals Certificate

We offer certificates in Acting Fundamentals, Comedy Fundamentals and Voiceover Fundamentals. Working toward a certificate is a great way of organizing your studies while making sure you’ve learned about the essentials of the subject you’re interested in. To earn the…

Auditioning 101 – How to Audition and Get the Part

Auditioning 101 – How to Audition and Get the Part

Acting is fun – auditioning is the next step. In this four week workshop, we’ll do practice exercises and warm-ups to make students more comfortable with the auditioning process, and students will get honest feedback about how to improve. You’ll…

Let’s Make a Movie

Let’s Make a Movie

In this Seattle acting class, now in its 23rd year, we’ll create a short movie, working together as a group.  Taking this class is a fun way to learn some key things about filmmaking ––– get some acting practice and…

Professional Actor Headshots

Professional Actor Headshots

Having a professional actor headshot is a prerequisite for successful auditioning. Your headshot is your calling card. Casting directors use headshots as a way of keeping track of who has auditioned, and to help them decide whether an actor has the…