premier triple threat studio
Dance, sing, act!
Classes for all ages and levels
with Stefani Rose
Learn acting technique from a graduate of the Yale School of Drama! Classical Acting Technique, Method Acting, Stanislavsky, Meisner and Chekhov Technique
Mondays and Thursdays
4 - 6 pm
About Stefani Rose
From the time Stefani was a child she has found herself on the stage. Her passion for singing and acting lead her to attending Idyllwild Arts Academy during her high school years, SUNY Purchase Acting conservatory for her BFA and finally YALE school of Drama where she received her MFA. Her passion for teaching began while at YALE coaching fellow students and as the co-artistic director of the YALE summer Cabaret. Since then Stefani has coached actors, dancers, musicians, songwriters, screenwriters, even preachers and CEO's on stage presence, confidence, story development and performance.
Her teaching style is a mix of Classical Acting Technique, Method Acting, Stanislavsky, Meisner and Chekhov Technique. With younger students Stefani focuses on character development and the fun of performance.
Stefani is an award winning actor and songwriter and has performed on stages across the US.
Acting 2 and 3
Melanie Gonzalez is a veteran of the stage and screen, performing professionally in musical theater and opera, as well as television sitcoms and dramas. She landed her first professional Equity show in the original LA cast of “Evita” at the Shubert Theater, directed by Tony award-winning Harold Prince for 3 years. Melanie went on to perform in various productions such as Sarah in “Guys and Dolls” and Kate in “Pirates of Penzance.” Melanie took further interest in the art of the voice and studied under the teaching of well known Opera coaches Esther Andreas (Metropolitan opera coach) and Heinz Blankenberg, (German Baritone and Director) developing into a lyric soprano. She performed in her first operatic soprano lead as Euridice in Gluck’s “Orfeo ed Euridice” (French) and Mozart’s “The Marriage of Figaro” (Italian) as Susanna.