San Diego Acting Classes

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San Diego Acting Classes




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every day, San Diego actors drive up to Los Angeles for auditions, workshops and classes. While driving up to LA for auditions are a must, many don’t know that there are some good places to take a class a couple miles away from where they live.

Below are some of classes that we think are the best acting classes offered in San Diego. These have either been recommended to us by other actors, ones we’ve heard good things about or in the case or The Rehearsal Room, one that we’ve actually attended. This will be an evolving list, so if a new class that we like pops-up, we’ll add it (or if we hear that one has gone down hill, we’ll axe it). And as always, if you have any questions or need a recommendation, feel free to contact us!

The Best Acting Classes in San Diego

The Rehearsal Room

The Rehearsal Room in San DiegoTeacher and working actor and founder of the Rehearsal Room, Carey Scott, studied under legendary ‘Method’ acting teacher Stella Adler. We here at Daily Actor are friends with Carey and have taken classes with him and can say that he’s a great teacher and truly nice guy. You can’t go wrong taking classes here.

Acting Professionally

Acting Professionally acting classes in san diego
“Acting Professionally provides professional level film, television and commercial acting classes for adults and kids. If you’re serious about pursuing a career in film and television, Acting Professionally offers you comprehensive training to build the skills you need to succeed in the business.”

Actors Workshop Studios

Actors Workshop Studio acting classes san diegoThey provide “the A-Z of breaking into the film and television industry! As San Diego’s top producer of working actors, we provide on-camera training in acting, audition techniques and industry knowledge.”

Los Angeles Acting Studio

Los Angeles Acting Studio

“Los Angeles Acting Studio is a boutique acting school rooted in our Hybrid Meisner Technique. We are the home of the Mesiner Improv taught by only a few acting teachers worldwide.”

WCI Studios

As their website states, they have “acting classes and workshops for working professionals.”

 

Kids Acting Classes in San Diego

Theatre Arts School of San Diego

Theatre Arts School of San Diego“The mission of Theatre Arts School of San Diego is to teach the cornerstones of theatrical technique and training in a non-competitive environment in which the individual creative potential of each student is encouraged and equally balanced with his/her collaboration with the group. We provide a solid foundation in the theatre arts where the focus is not only on the final product, but the process of artistic learning.”

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