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Meisner Studio Philadelphia

Meisner Studio Philadelphia

1701 Walnut St Ste 703, 7th Floor, Philadelphia (PA), 19103, United States

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(215) 600-1669

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Work hours
MO 09:00 – 18:00 SA closed
TU 09:00 – 18:00 SU closed
WE 09:00 – 18:00
TH 09:00 – 18:00
FR 09:00 – 18:00
About http://meisnertechniquepennsylvania.com The Maggie Flanigan Studio provides acting classes, acting programs and professional actor training based on the Meisner Technique.
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Description http://meisnertechniquepennsylvania.com/meisner-technique/ Meisner Studio: Philadelphia provides Meisner Technique training and acting classes for students who are serious about professional training. The acting studio provides a Meisner Summer Intensive program that introduces students to Meisner Acting and professional training standards. The two year acting program at the school provides actors with the foundation that they need to establish long professional careers.

Maggie Flanigan opened the studio determined to provide what was lacking in American actor training: a small, intimate, and nurturing home for serious actors to sharpen their skills and solidify their craft. The work at the studio is rooted in the technique of Sanford Meisner combined with the experience of teaching the work for over thirty-five years. If you want to be taken seriously as an actor, dedicate yourself to mastering the craft.

The Maggie Flanigan Studio is proud to be the most respected professional actor training program. For over 15 years we have welcomed aspiring actors interested in going the distance with themselves; risk-takers who want to feel safe, nurtured, and yet pushed in a way they could have never imagined in order to realize their fullest artistic potential. Dedicated to preserving the Meisner technique, Maggie and now Charlie continue the direct lineage of Sanford Meisner’s teaching tree.

In 2001, after 18 years at Rutgers’ MFA acting program Maggie made the decision to open her own acting studio. 2005 was a significant year for MFS with the arrival of Charlie Sandlan. In Charlie, Maggie had found an artist like herself; one who viewed teaching as an art form, someone also willing to commit their life to becoming exceptional at preserving and teaching Meisner’s technique. Over the next seven years, from 2006 to 2012, Charlie and Maggie worked to fulfill her vision of a rigorous and comprehensive MFA caliber training program. Our Theater History, Script Analysis, Film
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