With our staff of industry pros, you’ll always have a reader who can help you give your strongest performance. We're entirely focused on actors, so you're guaranteed to work with a scene partner who understands your objectives and can play off your delivery to keep the energy exciting.
Want to bring your own reader? No problem. Just let us know when you book your session.
Prefer to work with a seasoned acting coach? Book your premium session today—it’s free for our members and available as an add-on for non-members, too!
HOW DOES STUDIO MEMBERSHIP WORK?
Studio & All-Access Members Receive 10 Studio Sessions per Month, including:
Convenient online booking
Reader and camera operator provided
Work with a professional acting coach for no extra charge
Fast turnaround of your fully edited clip—within 2 business days guaranteed
All for just $34.99/Month...or get two months free at $349/year!
Scheduling is subject to availability. The Studio @ ActorIndex is open for bookings Monday through Friday, with the exception of major holidays.
Stephanie Yankwitt is the co-founder of ActorIndex, alongside Broadway, TV, and film producer Hunter Arnold. She is a Producer, Casting Director, and co-founder of TBD Casting. Stephanie served on the faculty of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting.
Margaret Dunn is a Casting Director and Creative Producer who started her casting career at Telsey + Company, where she helped cast everything from Broadway musicals (Hairspray, Never Gonna Dance, Taboo, Tarzan) and plays (Enchanted April, Match, Frozen, Steel Magnolias), to national commercials.
Aaron Serotsky has worked across all media. New York appearances include the Drama Desk nominated FINKS at the Ensemble Studio Theatre, as well as the original Broadway production of August: Osage County and Off-Broadway premieres at Second Stage, EST, and the York.
Peter Flynn is a New York City-based director, producer, and teacher. His most recent directing credits include the off-Broadway musical Curvy Widow at the Westside Theatre; Ragtime for Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C., where he is also an Associate Artist; and Kiss Me, Kate! for the Maltz-Jupiter Theatre.