The Beverly Hills Playhouse Acting School, founded by Milton Katselas, is proud to announce their new location in San Francisco. The acting classes will be taught by Robert Zimmerman.
Online PR News – 18-February-2011 – – Beverly Hills, CA ( onlineprnews ) February 17, 2011 – Have you ever had a dream to make it big on Film/TV but never had the right push from experts in the field to kick start your acting career? Need fine tuning on your directing, playwriting, and stage movement and speaking skills? Most opportunities exist in Los Angeles or New York but the tough competition amongst the many talented and ambitious individuals might have you running short of acting classes San Francisco that fit the description of the perfect actor-grooming hub.
If you are located anywhere near the Bay Area, you have an unparalleled opportunity to be trained at the Beverly Hills Playhouse, which has recently launched their acting school San Francisco. The Los Angeles based parent company has been the reigning hub for acting classes for the past 30 years with a list of elite Hollywood personalities like George Clooney, Michelle Pfeiffer, Alec Baldwin, Jorge Garcia, Giovanni Ribisi and Kate Hudson to name a few.
Beverly Hills Playhouse has opened up acting classes Bay Area at the following address: The Boxcar Theatre, 125A Hyde St., San Francisco 94102 under the management of a long time showbiz industry and BHP veteran, Robert Zimmerman. The San Francisco acting classes mirror the Los Angeles classes in both the operation and method of teaching. Students studying at the BHP’s acting classes San Francisco who get a job in Los Angeles would be able to sign up for the acting classes in Los Angeles and his/her training and school environment will be consistent. The same will be true for students studying in Los Angeles and working in San Francisco.
There are two classes scheduled: Monday evenings from 7pm to 10pm and Wednesday 7pm – 10pm. Students can rent the stage for rehearsal space too when the classes are not scheduled. The physical location of the BHP studio in San Francisco is strategically planned so that students avail of regular transit to the classes via the bus, BART or cable car. The historic Mint Plaza, the enormous Westfield San Francisco Centre, the Yerba Buena Gardens and the SF Museum of Modern Art flank the BHP acting classes San Francisco.
The Beverly Hills Playhouse acting school has acting classes in four major urban locations:
Beverly Hills - 254 S Robertson Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211 (323) 657-5966
Los Angeles – Skylight Theatre, 1816 N. Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027 (323) 657-5966
New York - Wings Theatre, 154 Christopher St., New York City, NY 10014 (646) 200-5790
San Francisco – Boxcar Theatre, 125A Hyde St., San Francisco 94102 (415) 449-1919
About The Beverly Hills Playhouse:
The Beverly Hills Playhouse Acting School has for over thirty years offered ongoing intensive scene-study acting classes for both the professional actor and those who are looking to develop themselves into professional actors. The BHP is well known for Milton Katselas' unique approach, which addresses Acting, Attitude, and Administration.
For more details please visit: http://www.bhplayhouse.com