Kevin Spacey’s MasterClass is Now Open for Enrollment. Sign Up Today!

Earlier this year, I reviewed Dustin Hoffman‘s MasterClass (read the review here). It was incredible, inspiring and something you should definitely check out because I guarantee that you’ll love it.

MasterClass has recently announced that Kevin Spacey is doing a class of his own. During the class, he’ll share some of the most important lessons he’s learned over his career and the “practical techniques” that’s gotten him to where he is today.

The class includes video lessons – including methods on how to stand out in the casting office, how to perfect a monologue, master impressions, and more, a 40-page workbook and interactive exercises.

Pre-enrollment is now open and the class materials will be available starting this coming Spring.

Click here for more information and a link to enroll. I haven’t seen it yet, but if it’s anything like Dustin Hoffman’s MasterClass, it’s well worth the $90 enrollment fee.

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