Richard Kline’s 5 Week On-Cam Sitcom Workshop + Agent Showcase! Starts Aug. 7


WELCOME to this amazing opportunity that will prepare you to audition and work in TV Sitcoms, as “The Studio at NYCastings” is always proudly honored to have back this 70’s sitcom LEGEND… It’s Richard Kline everybody and he’s THE BESTEST!

Richard is best know for his role as Jack Tripper’s best friend, as the warm hearted, yet sleazy used car salesmen, Larry Dallas, in the classic series, ‘Three’s Company.’ But, his credentials extend much further, appearing in Adam Sandler’s “I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry,” “The Wizard from Wizard of OZ” “Blue Blood’s”, The American’s” and most recently, Kid Twist in the musical version of “THE STING” based on the Academy Award winning movie of the same name along Harry Connick Jr.!

So get ready to learn a lot, while you laugh a lot, and prepare to showcase your sitcom scene in front of 2 talent agents that will be recorded on camera and sent to you via email within a few days!

Agents Attending this Showcase: Roger Paul – Roger Paul Inc. & Margaret Emory – SW Artists

August 7, 14, 21, 22 & Sept. 4th | 6:30pm – 8:30pm
at The Producers Club on West 44th Street

To Register to this Workshop $350 click here
Please make sure your PayPal email address is updated, so we can send your confirmation.
What will be covered?
1. General discussion of the demands of playing comic as opposed to dramatic material.
2. Interactive participation with exercises designed to reinforce the techniques employed in performing comedic material such as: “set-up” “punch” “rhythm” & “timing”.
3. Group scenes to experience “ensemble” acting.
4. Assignment of short scenes taken from theatre and television. Students are rehearsed by Mr. Kline and then their scenes are put on camera for review, of which you will receive a copy of.
5. A wrap-up discussion of the process of marketing, auditioning, and performing in the professional setting.
6. Last Class is the Agent Showcase for 2 Film/TV Agents.

Always a constant,Richard will keep you on your toes continuously and constantly challenge you. It’s Comedy Bootcamp!

For any questions about this class, reach out to our Artistic Director:, or call/text (646) 577-7553.

Agent Bios:
Roger Paul – Roger Paul Inc.
Roger Paul began his career as a Talent Agent for Variety Artist in Minneapolis, MN where he managed and developed their College Division. After developing a strong reputation, Roger received an opportunity with American Talent International (ATI) as a line producer, and also became responsible for pioneering such shows as Night Flight, Heartlight City, Radio 1990, and TV 2000 for the USA Network. Joining Brian Winthrop at BWI as a college agent for personal appearances upon ICM’s purchase of ATI. Spotlight Entertainment, the # 1 comedy agency of that time then lured Roger away. There he worked with artists such as Paul Reiser and Jerry Seinfeld.

As an entrepreneur at heart Roger then found the timing right to venture out on his own to form the Roger Paul Agency, and develop Que Locos which were the first Latino standup comedy shows to hit TV. ICM noticed this great success, and brought Roger back into corporate life as manager of their east coast comedy division. Here he was responsible for booking such comics as Jay Leno and musical acts like The Beach Boys and Bryan Adams. And finally to create something different, Roger gathered a team in New York and Los Angeles, to launch Roger Paul Inc. After over 20 years of experience, persistence, and natural talent, Roger remains a true force within the industry.

Margaret Emory – SW Artists
Formerly a legit agent at Dulcina Eisen Associates, Margaret Emory is currently representing actors for film, TV and theatre and on camera commercials and voiceovers at SW Artists, a talent agency in New York City. Her clients are currently working on Broadway, Off Broadway, in regional theaters, international and national tours, cruise ships, episodic TV and feature films, on camera commercials, voiceovers, and promos.

Margaret is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, an honors graduate of Princeton University, and a graduate of the Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theatre. She has been a performer and director, headed a national Shakespeare company and served as an adjunct professor at Marymount Manhattan College. She founded The Emory Seminars, a program on “The Business of Acting,” which she has taken to the North Carolina School of the Arts, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the University of Michigan, and the University of Washington. She created and wrote the popular “Ask an Agent” column for Backstage and wrote the popular book, ASK AN AGENT, now in its second edition and available at the Drama Book Shop and at in paperback and Kindle format. Margaret is also a song lyricist and tennis enthusiast. She is a member of New York Women in Film and Television.


This class has been running for years with rave reviews from students and here’s just one example!


“Fantastic experience with the Richard Kline Sitcom Workshop from NYCastings! You should always properly vet an  acting instructor before taking their class, and there s no one more qualified to teach a sitcom workshop than the great Richard Kline. In this class each student received special one on one attention and notes from a man who worked closely with legends   like John Ritter and Don Knotts on one of TV’s top rated programs. The final 2 weeks of the class revolved around Richard preparing us for scenes that we performed in front of a collection of respected casting agents. This class is a golden opportunity for any actor in the NYC area.”

Joe P. Nutley, NJ


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