FAQs

What is a monologue?

Definition: a long speech by one actor in a play or movie, or as part of a theatrical or broadcast program. - Oxford Dictionary

Why do we study a monologue and not a scene?

We believe studying a monologue provides an opportunity for our students to dive deeper into the art of truth and self-confidence.


Most acting schools solely focus on two or more partnered scenes while we focus on both! We believe actors should always maintain a monologue in their back pocket to center themselves.

With a monologue, the actor inevitably learns to confidently hold their own space.  

Is Zoom safe?

When you sign up for one of our stellar courses, you will be given a special link for you or your child to use at the time of the session.

We hold a special educational platform with Zoom that allows us to block out any potential threat over the internet.

We hold the safety and privacy of our students as the highest priority, therefore we do not authorize anyone but admitted students to enter the classroom.

We ask that you respect your fellow classmates by not sharing your password. 

Is the class fun?

Our instructors have worked tirelessly to create activities suitable for the virtual classroom. We have tested our instruction on kids of various age groups to ensure maximum engagement during the 60 minute and 90 minute lesson.


On May 20th, 2020 we had over 100 kids (and some parents) virtually tune in via Zoom to watch Amber Bela Muse host her "Acting Challenge Workshop." The students from Los Altos Elementary in Los Angeles county matched our expectations with raving reviews from students, parents and even the school principal joined in! 

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