Santa Monica, California (PressExposure) October 25, 2012 -- The Michelle Danner Acting School in Los Angeles is expanding into New York with the opening of a new conservatory, which will offer a six and twelve-month Well Rounded Actor's Training Intensive.
The program at the Michelle Danner Acting School includes The Golden Box for actors. This world-class acting intensive is a two-day workshop that teaches the actor how to create fleshed-out and interesting characters through an intense and emotional technique. Exercises and lectures demonstrate the building of provocative, complex back stories and open the actor's instrument emotionally. Also explained is how to find emotional triggers and psychological gestures that can be used to augment your work. Designed to benefit both beginners and seasoned actors, the class explains in detail the technique used at the New York school of acting.
Other classes at the school include Scene Study Beginning/Intermediate/Advanced, Improve Workout, Casting Director Workshops, Auditioning for Film & Television: On-Camera, and Voice Intensives Level 1 & Level 2. Students will also familiarize themselves with the business of acting with Breaking into the Industry, and acting workshops for those aspiring to be acting professionals.
The Michelle Danner Acting School provides a working knowledge of many powerful acting methods, and allows the student to discover a combination that works for them. Students develop a personalized process that will allow them to bring life to roles in a swift, consistent manner. Techniques are diverse and encompass the following schools of acting: Meisner, Hagen, Strasberg, Chekov, Adler, and the Stanislavsky Technique.
The acting schools in America are a conservatory that offers six, and twelve month Well-Rounded Actor's Training Intensive programs to those interested in learning the craft. It also provides M1 visa sponsorship for international actors.
Michelle Danner has coached Hollywood's most prominent actors. Students have included Chris Rock, Salma Hayek, Zooey Deschanel, Penelope Cruz, James Franco, Isla Fisher, Christian Slater, and more. A prolific actor and director, Michelle has worked on over 30 plays and musicals in Los Angeles and New York, and she has directed two feature films: "How to Go Out on a Date in Queens," starring Jason Alexander, and "Hello Herman," starring Norman Reedus. More information about both can be found at [http://www.allinfilms.com/and] http://www.hellohermanthemovie.com