Meet Carole D'Andrea


Carole D'Andrea's 50 year career has spanned all phases of the entertainment industry.

She began dancing at the age of four, and was a seasoned Broadway performer by the age of 19, having been cast as the original Velma in both the Broadway and film productions of "West Side Story," as well as in "Gypsy."

As a performing artist, Ms. D'Andrea has appeared before many heads of state, and has been featured on many television specials and sit-coms. She has directed several plays and musicals off-Broadway as well as in many regional theaters throughout the United States. Directing credits include "Company," "Guys and Dolls" and "Damn Yankees."

Sharing her vast experiences through teaching is merely a natural step in this far-reaching career. She has taught thousands of serious performers for stage and film at New York City's illustrious Carnegie Hall. Ms. D'Andrea has also emerged as a highly sought international coach for actors in England, Ireland, Germany, Japan and Australia.

Ms D'Andrea currently offers Acting and Singing Performance classes, as well as private coaching sessions, at Hollywood's Flight Theatre in The Complex.

The Prestigious book, "The Actor's Guide to Qualified Coaches: Los Angeles" names Carole D'Andrea among LA's top 30 most qualified acting coaches.

Ms. D'Andrea's life and body of work were recently preserved in a BBC documentary production.






Meet Robin Morse


Robin Morse, daughter of Carole D'Andrea and Robert Morse, made her professional acting debut at the age of 17 starring opposite Chita Rivera and Donald O'Conner in the Broadway musical "Bring Back Birdie." Since then she has worked steadily both on and off- Broadway, regionally and in television and film. Her credits include the original company of John Guare's "Six Degrees of Separation" and the Arena Stage production of Athol Fugard's "My Children! My Africa!" for which she received a Helen Hayes Award Best Actress nomination.

Robin has studied the Meisner Technique with William Esper. She began teaching in 1994, coaching many well known actors for stage, television and film, and has taught on the faculty of the undergraduate acting program at N. Y. U. She has also directed for The Atlantic Theater Company's N. Y. U. training program, founded by David Mamet and William H. Macey.

Ms. Morse currently offers classes and private coaching in New York City. 917 806 4792