FAQ

WHAT CLASS IS THE RIGHT CLASS?

Well that depends on where your interests fall and what your goals are. Each class is categorized by area of study and age range. Although we have age parameters for each class, we are aware that sometimes those parameters don't meet the needs of each student. We suggest reviewing the classes offered, take note and then phone us for an appointment to discuss. 

I'VE NEVER ACTED BEFORE, WHERE DO I BEGIN?

The best place to begin is by setting up an appointment to meet me for an evaluation, feedback, and an action plan. I take great care in identifying each student's strengths and weaknesses and developing a plan to help reach our goals.

WHAT HAPPENS IF I MISS A CLASS? DO I GET A MAKE-UP?

Unfortunately, as a general rule there are no make-up classes. I understand that situation arise. With that in mind I do my best to make sure that you get the most out of your class, so be sure to inquire about absences when you register as there may be one or two exceptions to the rule.

DO I HAVE TO PAY FOR CLASSES IN FULL PRIOR TO THE FIRST CLASS?

Yes. All classes will need to be paid in full before your child may attend. 

CAN I GET A REFUND?

After you have paid for your class, that space is now yours and that space cannot be filled. While we do not offer refunds, we will credit your prorated balance towards another class that meet your needs. 

CAN YOU HELP ME SECURE AN AGENT?

No, unfortunately not-only you can do that, but I can point you in the right direction. I have wonderful relationships with agents in Orlando, NY, and LA, I make referral's based on the ability of the student and the vetting of the parents. Your child can be the next Dakota Fanning, but stage parents can keep their child from getting a referral with my name attached to it. 

WHAT DO I EXPECT FROM MY STUDENTS?

My expectations are high. I provide a safe environment for my students to learn and grow and I expect them to take advantage of that. All fears should be left at the front door. Every session should include a risk, something they haven't allowed themselves to do yet. I expect hard work and discipline in the classroom and at home while preparing their assignments for the next time we meet. 

WHAT DO I EXPECT FROM MY PARENTS?

Trust. Trust that I have your child's best interest in mind at all times. Leave the stage mom or dad at home. Our space isn't big enough for all of us. If your child is going to excel, then they will excel because THEY want to, not because YOU want them to. 

WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT FROM ME?

Truthfulness. Always.