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SEASON 10 - 2001

Towne Street Conservatory

The Towne Street Theater Conservatory was created to address the void in professional theater of training by people of color, particularly African-Americans, in Los Angeles. Proper training is imperative to longevity in the arts. We offer training with professional instructors of color who are working in the business. AFFORDABLE TUITION. 


Locations TBA


Towne Street Theatre Adult Conservatory 
First Quarter: Get ready for Pilot Season and start the year off exercising your Acting Muscle! 


Towne Street Theatre Comedy Class
By popular demand this class has been extended to eight weeks. That's right — eight weeks to change, learn and develop comedy skills, change your life and promote world peace (just kidding, you'll have to change your life on your own). Excellent class for actors looking to hone their comedy skills as well as comedians. 


Taught by Tony Robinson (former Playboy comic of the year), a veteran comic whose career spans more than two decades headlining across the US, Europe and includes 13 tours entertaining the men and women serving in our country in military, the Towne Street Theatre comedy class will give you the foundation needed to pursue the art of stand-up comedy. Past guest lecturers have included, Brad Sanders (Batty Boy), Gerry Benob (International Star Search winner), Brad Slaight (VH-1) and Marc Howard (BET). 


Locations TBA


To register: (213) 624-4796 / 

WHY: Because you know you're funny, you just need the skills to convince a room full of strangers. 


Scene Study with Towne Street Theatre Artistic/Producing Director Nancy Cheryll Davis-Bellamy


Becoming the Character through Monologue and Scene Work - If acting is being, then in order to act, you must truly be the character. This eight week class will use various methods - sense memory, improvisation, movement and more, to help you find the true character in the work. Nancy is an NAACP Best Actress Winner, Lincoln Center Director's Lab West Alumni and received her training at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco. 


Sites and locations to be announced.

To register: (213) 624-4796 /

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