THE ACTING 101 – 4 Wk Class Starts Wed., May 29th


This Acting 101 class gets students started in the basics of professional acting.  If you’ve never taken an acting class before, this is where you start. This class is focused on the craft of acting, focusing on honesty, listening and responding, authenticity, and style.

Students will be working in depth on two different pieces to continue to develop their skill as an actor both with a scene partner and in an audition scenario.  Jeremy is passionate about good acting technique, and will set you on the right path to great acting skills.

Session 1: Introduction week
We would start by introducing each other and going over the goals of this class. Each actor should prepare a monologue of their own to perform as an introduction. Additionally, we will assign the first of two pieces they will be working on over these four weeks. It will be a two person scene with one other member of the class.

Session 2: Scene week
First presentation of the scene and notes to follow. Additionally, we will assign the second of two pieces they will work on. This will be a TV/Film audition scene to be performed with a reader.
Session 3: Continuing the work week
The 6 scenes will present again followed by more notes. Each person will perform their audition side with a reader (They will also be recorded). This week is all about the work and continuing to develop.
Session 4: Presentation
The final presentation of both the scene and the audition scene. We will wrap up with notes to take into the future and how this can transition into further training,

This class is limited to 12 students to ensure maximum performance time.

Questions? Email our Artistic Director:, or call/text 646-577-7553. She’s happy to help!

Wednesday’s – May 29, June 5, 12, 19
6pm–8pm | Pearl Studios | 500 8th Avenue

About Jeremy
Jeremy Sickles is a legit agent at the Daniel Hoff Agency.  He graduated from The Hartt School of Music, Theatre, and Dance with a BFA in Musical Theatre. He is currently an adjunct faculty member at “The Hartt School” which is the Comprehensive Performing Arts Conservatory of the University of Harvard,  for their musical theatre and actor training students.  Additionally, he has consulted other colleges and worked with numerous teachers/coaches, both in NYC and at the collegiate level, to develop students acting abilities.  

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