Since 1949, the Stella Adler Studio of Acting has trained some of the most important American actors and has evolved into one of the most culturally rich environments in New York City. The Studio's mission is to create an environment with the purpose of nurturing theater artists who value humanity, their own and others, as their first and most precious priority while providing art and education to the greater community. Since 2010, the studio has been training actors in Los Angeles at the Art of Acting Studio. The studio has taught such greats as Marlon Brando, Robert De Niro, Elaine Stritch, and Warren Beatty.
To Stella Adler, the impulse to act was a sacred and important one but she was not dogmatic about any singular approach or method. Rather, her “system” centered on providing budding actors with the tools, training, and discipline to grow and to employ the limitless human imagination in their task of studying and bringing a script to life. The beliefs Stella held about actors and acting formed the framework for how the tools, training, and discipline were delivered, and these were — and are still — found in five basic principles which are present across all the classes at the Studio.
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