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Seeking participants for a Meisner Method technique workshop. Curriculum includes Meisner technique and repetition exercises as well as independent activities, monologues, cold readings, scene study, and more!
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Steven Randazzo is a veteran film and television actor for over 25 years and more than 50 credits to his name. He has appeared in films that have gone on to Cannes Film Festival and been nominated for a Palm d’or, as well as Sundance Film Festival, including two that won the Grand Jury Prize and one that won the Special Jury Prize.
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He trained under the legendary Warren Robertson and for 31 years under the famed New York acting teacher Robert X. Modica. Steven’s teachings are deeply rooted in the Meisner Method while also including aspects of multiple other techniques such as Stella Adler, Lee Strasberg, and Uta Hagen.
With over 25 years of acting experience and over 50 film and television credits, Steven Randazzo has worked many high-profile artists in the industry. Some directors include Woody Allen Husbands and Wives (1992), Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993), and Celebrity (1998); Alexandre Rockwell In the Soup (1992), Somebody to Love (1996), Louis & Frank (1998), 13 Moons (2002), Pete Smalls is Dead (2010), Sweet Thing (2020); Dito Montiel A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints (2006), Fighting (2009), Boulevard (2014), The Clapper (2017); Spike Lee Jungle Fever (1991), Malcolm X (1992); Sidney Lumet Find Me Guilty (2006); Penny Marshall Awakenings (1990); Nora Ephron Mixed Nuts (1994); Michael Mann Ali (2001); Paul Mazursky Faithful (1996); Steve Zailian Searching for Bobby Fischer (1993), The Night Of (2016); John Sayles City of Hope (1991); Luc Besson The Family (2013)
Notable Television Shows
The Night Of (2016), The Sopranos (1999), Blue Bloods (2015), The Leftover (2014), Third Watch (2003), Law & Order (1991, 1999, 2004), Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2002, 2007, 2008), Law & Order: SVU (2010)
Currently, you can see Steven Randazzo on the festival circuit in Sweet Thing (2020) and Making the Day (2021).