Acting Coach & author
I was once asked, “What makes you happy?” I had no answer. I hadn’t really ever thought about it. Then, four years ago, something happened. I realized I had lost my identity as an actress. Teaching for so many years and only acting sporadically, I wondered if I could still act. I decided to take an acting class. Getting back on the floor was terrifying and risky but I loved it and immediately felt at one with my students. I also realized that had I not started acting again, I would have had to stop teaching. I found that my total engagement in the process made me happier than I had been in a very long time. The acting class is the place where we, as students, honor humanity through the stories we tell.
Aren’t we lucky?
Acting and Living in Discovery, A Workbook for the Actor lays out fundamentals of the actor's process. It provides practical guidance for developing, honing, or revitalizing the actor's craft for the actor.
Carol teaches at the renowned HB Studio in Greenwich Village, New York City and is the Program Director of the Uta Hagen Institute Teacher’s Labs. To learn more about the Hagen Teacher’s labs and to register see below.
Carol has been teaching workshops all over the world from Australia and Uruguay to Denmark and Tbilisi, Georgia. To see all of Carol’s past workshops see below.