I or close associates have personally worked with all of the following people and organizations and highly recommend them. Most are based in New York, but many are accessible by phone or internet for long-distance work, and many have websites with great information.


Atlantic Acting School NYU undergraduate studio, Full-time conservatory, Summer programs, Part-time classes in all levels (New York and Los Angeles), Atlantic for Kids classes, Voice & Movement classes and much more.


Actors Movement Studio The place in New York City to study period movement as well as Michael Chekhov technique, Fitzmaurice voice work and more.


ArtistsUpgrade Created by Mick Lauer and Alison Moehnke, ArtistUpgrade is a one-stop print and web design service for artists, aiming to provide artists with the most professional, effective, and personalized self-marketing tools available.


Capes Coaching Founded by casting director Betsy Capes. Provides practical classes and one-on-one coaching for career development & auditions for advanced training.


Charles Michel teaches his unique voiceover system in New York and Los Angeles. He is amazing and will do a free phone consultation.


Charles Tuthill is the best acting coach in New York (Backstage readers’ vote 2006) for auditions, on-camera, and grad school preparation.


Deloss Brown teaches Shakespeare study in New York City and has a very informative website!


Get Thin for the Camera Donna Sonkin’s site is packed with info that will make you healthy and glowing when performing and auditioning. NYC classes and one-one coaching (indluding long distance).


Katie Bull and Francine Zerfas are each amazing voice teachers, as well as senior faculty at the Atlantic Acting School. Contact them about excellent classes and private coaching in Chuck Jones (speaking) vocal technique.


Leslie Becker wrote The Organized Actor and teaches career workshops in New York City.


Manhattan Monologue Slam The Galinsky brothers’ monthly slam in New York (and sometimes Los Angeles). A must for auditioning actors!!


Mary Anna Dennard coaches auditions for the best undergraduate training programs—in person and via Skype—around the country.


Matt Hoverman teaches acclaimed New York solo show and playwrighting classes—nothing but raves.


Michael Mastro is a Broadway actor who teaches “How to Get Work Without an Agent”—tons of info for auditioning New York actors.


New York School of T’ai Chi Chuan offers classes in the Yang Style short form developed by Professor Cheng Man-Ching, and related classes. For branches of this school around the country, go here.


The Network introduces New York area actors to industry through meet-and-greets and classes. They stand out with their small class sizes, low fees, and the personalized attention of their free ongoing one-on-one consultations.


Practical Aesthetics Australia is run by Atlantic founding member and A Practical Handbook for the Actor author Melissa Bruder. Classes in Practical Aesthetics scene study in Sydney.


Susan Finch is an extraordinary teacher (and longtime Atlantic faculty member) of speech, accents, and accent reduction.


Ze Frank’s site For fun and inspiration, check out Ze’s amazing collection of short films, games, art, musings, and collaborative projects, as well as all of the episodes of The Show with Ze Frank.