The Bridge at the Michael Laskin Studio is a class that has been created specifically for young artists coming out of actor-training programs who are seeking actionable career guidance, an expanded post-college community of artists, and real-world connectivity to the pursuit of their career goals and dreams. It seeks to “bridge” the gap between training, and a professional career.
In short, it’s for those who are discovering the challenge of integrating into the film and television industry. It asks the questions:
Tuesdays | 7:30 – 10:30 pm
Taught by: Kelsey Landon
Admission to class is only by interview with Michael Laskin
Size: Limit 20 students
Price: $300 for 6 classes.
Space: Class is held at 7551 Melrose Ave., LA - Studio A
Kelsey Landon is a graduate of the BFA training program at The University of Minnesota, and worked in the company at The Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis. She then spent 8 years in New York working on Broadway, Lincoln Center, Pearl Theater and multiple regional theaters across the US as well as two National Tours. Kelsey has a teaching emphasis in Shakespeare, and most recently she directed a unique and highly regarded gender-swapped “Hamlet” starring Brooke Markham (series regular on IN THE DARK, and a long-standing Michael Laskin Studio member). Kelsey is a true creative hyphenate: actor, director, and producer. She also just directed a “proof of concept” project for an upcoming TV series, which features members of The Michael Laskin Studio in key creative roles.