“Love not what you are but what you may become.”


  • Instructors

    Instructor bio

    Professor Emeritus UCLA, Theater Film Television. Tony Award Winner. Coaching by Appointment Only.  Read More

    Mel Shapiro

    Master Teacher

  • Instructors

    Instructor bio

    Moss began his career at New York's famed cabaret Upstairs at the Downstairs and went on to appear on Broadway in numerous productions including Joe Layton's Drat! The Cat! Neil Simon's God's Favorite, directed by Michael Bennett, Burt Shevelove's So Long 174th Street, Gerald Freedman's The Robber Bridegroom, and Gene Saks' I Love My Wife. After teaching in New York at Juilliard and Circle in the Square, he moved to Los Angeles and founded The Larry Moss® Studio. Read More

    Larry Moss

    Master Instructor

  • Instructors

    Instructor bio

    Instructor of Theatrical Practice and Public Speaking - Performance Techniques at the University of Southern California. TEDxUSC speaker and coach to annual TEDx speakers. Read More here.

    Jeremiah O'Brian

    Instructor of Theatrical Practice - USC School of Dramatic Arts


Hear from our students

“Working one-on-one with Mel is like sitting at a roundtable of experts.”

Author, Backwards and Forwards

David Ball

“I love Gulu and his method, I have been fortunate to have done a show with Gulu using his method and was blown away by it, I was inspired to help him facilitate his workshops so as many people as possible can experience for themselves, the nuanced character that appears with such ease. His work is incredibly transformative, he includes mask work, animal work and the elements (earth, fire, water, air and wood ) along with adjectives to bring the character alive within us. He is a very passionate and kind teacher and creates absolute joy around the work. Highly recommend.”

Artist & Executive

Catie LeOrisa

“Larry Moss picks up the mantle from Stella Adler, Sandy Meisner, and a handful of others, breathing life and love into the craft of acting for a whole new generation of artists.”

Writer and Director

Gary Ross