Orange County families will now have access to "Hollywood's" best kid's acting program in their own neighborhood.
Costa Mesa, CA (PRWEB) February 21, 2012
Due to growing demand for classes a premiere acting conservatory for young actors is opening new satellite studios in Costa Mesa. The facility, called "The Playground Los Angeles", was founded and is now run by famed acting coach Gary Spatz.
Until now, Orange County residents hoping to involve their children in professional level acting classes have been forced to spend long hours driving to and from Los Angeles. With the introduction of The Playground's new facilities, located in the California Bank and Trust Building at The Offices of South Coast Plaza, Orange County families will have access to "Hollywood's" best kid's acting program in their own neighborhood. The new facilities contain 3 studios and will provide room for several beginning, advanced and professional classes each weekend.
Programs are available for children ages 6 to 18 at all experience levels. The Playground facility in Orange County will provide the same curriculum as the Los Angeles location. The O.C. studios are "state-of-the-industry" and provide theater style seating, Sony playback monitors, HD cameras, studio-lighting and a direct video link to the L.A. campus. Gary Spatz and his staff of professional acting teachers nurture each student's creativity to help them excel at on-camera work. The staff are dedicated to helping young actors develop a personal technique for television and film. They train the young performer in the craft of acting.
The Playground (http://www.theplaygroundlosangeles.com) is an on-camera acting conservatory for young actors located in Century City; Gary Spatz is the founder and director. He is known for his work on hit shows such as Roseanne, Everybody Loves Raymond, and The New Mickey Mouse Club. He has worked with stars such as Dylan and Cole Sprouse of The Suite Life and The Suite Life on Deck, Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears, Ryan Gosling, Christina Aguilera, Ashley Argota of "True Jackson, VP". and Joel Courtney of "Super 8".