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Online Acting Lessons & Acting Coaches

Our Acting Coaches are ready to help you shine! Our one-on-one, online acting lessons allow you to start your acting training by establishing a strong acting foundation, refine your acting technique, work on monologue audition technique, explore film, television, and commercial and on-camera work, Shakespeare verse technique, dialects and accents for the actor, and/or acting through song and musical theatre scene technique.


Our Acting Coaches are professional NYC actors with graduate level training (M.F.A. in Acting). They are up-to-date on the latest acting industry trends, trained to teach acting in all different mediums (theatre to on-camera) in your online acting lessons, and are experts on the audition process. They have worked with students of all ages on a range of acting material available throughout the theatrical canon from the Greeks to Shakespeare to Chekhov to Williams to the latest contemporary plays, films, and television shows being written today.


In your one-on-one, online acting lesson with your Acting Coach via Skype/FaceTime, you will choose an acting goal in your first online acting lesson (as specific as how to learn a British accent or as general as how to perform a monologue) and you will receive a hand-selected audition monologue or audition scene that matches your goal. In your online acting lessons, you will work on that monologue or scene material in-depth with your acting coach, breaking apart the material moment-to-moment and adding specificity and applying solid acting technique to your work. You will also receive a Voice and Speech Acting Warm-up Video Series to practice between acting lessons and auditions.

Meet the Acting Coaches

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Meet Co-founder & Acting Coach

☆ Tom Morin ☆ 

Tom Morin is originally from Portsmouth, New Hampshire and is a NYC-based actor and acting teacher. He holds a B.A. in Theatre and Political Science from the College of the Holy Cross and a M.F.A. in Acting from Ohio University. As an acting instructor, he has taught at the Studio for Performing Arts in New Canaan, CT, St. Paul’s School, Ohio University, and the West Side YMCA in NYC.


As an actor, his Off Broadway/NYC credits include Measure for Measure at New York Classical Theatre, The Rivals at the Pearl Theatre Company, A Christmas Carol at Titan Theatre Company, and That Lady from Maxim's at the Robert Moss Theatre (2013 NYMF selection; Nominee for 7 2013 NY Innovative Awards and winner of Outstanding Production of a Musical). His regional professional credits include Peter and the Starcatcher (Walnut Street Theatre), The Cripple of Inishmaan, The Liar (Centenary Stage Company); Twelfth Night, Macbeth (Great River Shakespeare Festival); The Winter’s Tale, Marriage of Figaro (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey); Dana Lynn Formby’s The Small of Her Back (Victory Gardens Theater, workshop); Guys and Dolls, Scapino, The Front Page, Merry Wives of Windsor (Monomoy Theatre); Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Adirondack Shakespeare Company); Anything Goes! (Best Supporting Actor in a Musical nominee), Our Town (Hackmatack Playhouse). Tom is a proud member of Actors' Equity. 


Tom also interned at Christine Wyse Casting in Boston, MA and worked two seasons with Commonwealth Shakespeare Company.  

☆ Q & A with Tom ☆

Current Audition Song & Monologue: “Good Thing Going” from Merrily We Roll Along 

                                                            Phil from Kate Fodor's RX


Special Skills: Dialect Master, Loud Laugher


What inspires you? My grandmother & Shakespeare


First Broadway show you ever saw: Spring Awakening


Favorite play of ALL time: King Lear


Broadway star you would most love to perform with: Neil Patrick Harris


Favorite Movie when you were a kid: Stand by Me


First tape/CD you ever owned: Billy Ray Cyrus’ “Achy Breakey Heart”


Pop culture guilty pleasure: Beyonce’s “Halo”


Most memorable role in high school musical: Moonface in Anything Goes!


Crazy audition story: I once was asked to rap a Shakespeare monologue like Eminem.                                        

Three things you can’t live without: Starbucks, YouTube, & peanut butter


Favorite thing about New York City: There is $1 pizza on every corner (+ Starbucks).

Acting, Coach, Teacher, College, University, BFA, BA, Holy Cross University

South Pacific

16 years old

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