Two Year Acting Program in New York City | Commit Yourself to Your Craft | Maggie Flanigan Studio


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Many of the most highly respected and hard-working actors in theater
and film trained at The Maggie Flanigan Studio in the two year acting
program.  (

June 29, 2016 New York, NY: The Maggie Flanigan Studio has announced
the opening of enrollment for the 2016 September start of their two
year acting program for eligible students in New York City.

The Maggie Flanigan Studio (MFS), arguably the best Meisner
conservatory in the United States, has a limited number of spots
remaining for the 2016 fall start of their Two Year Meisner Acting
Conservatory. Only 60 students are accepted into the acting program,
which begins September 9th. Acceptance is based on a one-on-one
interview with the Executive Director and Head of Acting, Charlie

The Studio believes that a sustainable and respectful career in acting
requires that you commit yourself to your craft. This is dependent
upon one’s dedication to artistry, work ethic, process, and a mastery
of the fundamentals. The first year of MFS’s Two Year Acting Program
will solidify your working knowledge of Meisner’s technique, and is
taught by Charlie Sandlan.

Created by Sanford Meisner as an answer to his serious concerns with
Lee Strasberg’s Method, his technique is now believed by many to be
the most specific way to train actors, and has produced some of the
most viable artists in the business. The Maggie Flanigan Studio is
dedicated to maintaining and truthfully teaching the totality of
Meisner’s work. The 2-Year Professional Actor Training Program is
intended for serious actors only. Those who understand that talent
alone will not suffice. Expectations are high, and students are
challenged to make bold, courageous choices. Actors are pushed to play
full out, and to adopt a better understanding of the human condition.
The Maggie Flanigan Studio believes that it is the actors job to
create behavior.

MFS Executive Director Charlie Sandlan has spent over a decade with
studio founder Maggie Flanigan refining the art of teaching the
technique for the next generation of serious actors. Slots in the Two
Year Acting Conservatory Program are desirable, but the studio is
seeking a certain kind of student, and there is still time to apply.
Sandlan says, “The Meisner Technique is the most brilliant way to
ground an actor with fundamentals, while also allowing the actor to
function from their vulnerability and full emotional range.” He
states, “Most actors in this country do not train. They are lazy and
have no technique. If you want to be taken seriously as an artist you
must commit yourself to your craft.”

The Maggie Flanigan Studio Two Year Acting Conservatory can provide a
serious actor with a much better understanding of acting as an art
form, and may lead to a long, successful career. “Completing the two
year acting program was the best thing I could have possibly done for
my career. I have every tool I need to go out and be the best actor I
can be. If I could do it all over 100 lives in a row, I’d pick Maggie
Flanigan Studio every time.” – MFS Alum Seth Andrew Miller.

Casting directors, agents, directors, and producers value actors that
arrive ready to deliver work that will lift the quality of the entire
production and energize everyone involved. As hundreds of actors flock
to New York fresh out of their college acting programs, those who seek
to continue their training at The Maggie Flanigan Studio in their two
year acting program will have a tremendous edge over the untrained.

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