The Actors Movement Studio is a unique teaching institution based in the Hells Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City. Also known as the Actor Movement Conservatory, the facility was established in 1980 by Loyd Williamson. The studio is also known to be home of the Williamson’s Technique, which has been the foundation of the studio’s teaching principles since its creation. The Williamson Technique is a physical technique for acting that is based on the work and methods of the “Group Theater”. Except for this technique the center organizes Summer Theater Intensives, Teen Shakespeare Workshops, and Edwardian Period Style Summer Intensives. The Summer Theater Intensive consists of a range of physically based techniques that aim to develop the actor’s imagination, voice, and body.
- Arts, Design and Crafts
- Performing Arts
Type of studies: Vocational Training
Language of instruction: English
Location: 302 West 37Street, New York, NY, The United States, 10018
Telephone and Fax: Tel.: 212 736-3309 Fax.: 212 736-2596