This is ART as a way of life. This is a home, a community, a habit, a gym, and a safe haven. 
Work on perfecting your own technique; this is personal training for every artist. Getting those regular acting hours in every week trains the artist's system to be ready, flexible, creative, and confident. In our supportive community, every actor can try new things, and challenge themselves in every class.



No  indoctrinating foundation courses, jump right in. 


Discover and solidify your own unique techniques


Save time finding material, you'll be assigned scenes for class


Small classes with plenty of time to dive into scene work


Do what you love on the reg

Email Studio Bianchini to schedule a Free Half-Hour Trial Session! 

Stay sharp/ keep the dream alive/ level up/ tackle that roll/ join our community of Artists


"If you’re an actor looking to sharpen your skills and play in a safe space with dedicated professionals, I couldn’t recommend this class more highly. It’s rare that you find a class where you feel so empowered after it from being nurtured and pushed to your performative capacity in a totally encouraging way. Annelise structures the class brilliantly, pairing you with a partner and a brilliant scene for your casting, then allowing you to explore it fully and truthfully- she doesn’t try and teach you, she just allows you to bring out your best- and she will call out any BS! I haven’t got this much out of an acting class since leaving drama school, and it’s just the kind of class London is missing right now! Actors, get yourself there!!"


-Phoebe Batterson-Brown

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What I love most about this profession is the infinite potential for growth


Get clear on what you bring to the table and then practice bringing it. No one is going to move you up but you. It's so much better to have that acting engine already purring when you get an audition rather than trying to dust off and start up a cold one. Just like dancers and musicians who must use their skills or lose them, actors too must continue to practice their craft

"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, 'Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?' Actually, who are you not to be?.... And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.” -Marianne Williamson