Authenticity Workshop with Laura Gardner

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LAURA GARDNER of the world famous HOWARD FINE ACTING STUDIO is returning for a two day acting intensive focusing on emotional freedom in the audition, the job, and in your life. New students are welcome. Returning students will face new challenges.

Greg RikaartYOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-series regular, Daytime Emmy: “ It wasn’t until after I began studying with Laura that I started to book work on a regular basis. She’s the best!”

Beth RiesgrafLEVERAGE– series regular: “My training with Laura has proven invaluable and has given me a foundation that I continue to draw from each and every day as a working actor.”
Debrianna Mansini, DRUNKTOWN’S FINEST- “Laura Gardner is the real deal. She allows an actor to grow in a safe and experiential way. My work with her is always deep and transformative. What a gift to have her in New Mexico!’



Saturday Nov 12 10 am-4 pm
Group and individual exercises to help you break through your limitations and fears, all in a challenging yet safe environment.

Sunday Nov 13 10 am – 3 pm
Take what you have discovered into the role and audition room.

Camera will be used on Day Two.





Laura brings with her a depth of acting and teaching experience. For the past eighteen years

Laura has taught actors at the renowned Howard Fine Acting Studios in Los Angeles and in Australia for the past four years. Laura deals with each actor as a unique individual and is able to very quickly hone in on what that actor needs in order to grow. Laura works in a warm yet very firm way to help her students discover that inspiration comes from within when they are freed to use their own experiences, fears and joys to create an authentic life on camera and stage.





1113-C East Houston St
San Antonio, TX

To register the class or for more info contact: 210-492-9947

In addition to her eighteen years of teaching at the Howard Fine Acting Studio, Ms. Gardner has taught in NYC at HB Studio, the Stella Adler Institute, and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She also taught at Actors Centre in Wales, the North Carolina School of the Arts, Circle Theatre (Nashville), Palm Beach University, TBA in Anchorage, Alaska and the George Street Playhouse (NJ). In Los Angeles she has taught at Santa Monica College, West Coast Ensemble, Women in Theatre, Media Access (Actors with disabilities) and the Road Theatre. She has been a featured artist at the Last Frontier Theatre Conference in Valdez, Alaska for the last seven years where she created the highly successful Monologue Workshop.

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