Sharon Marie Carnicke | The Studios
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The Studios


Geo Sargent and Rose Leisner

The Institute Announces…


SPRING STUDIO: Shakespeare and Moliere!!


  • Stanislavsky created Active Analysis by working on Hamlet and Tartuffe.
  • So join the Spring Studio to experience the roots of Active Analysis.
  • The Studio will explore the transition from improvisatory etudes to memorized texts in sparkling verse!
  • Nine Mondays from April 23 to June 25, 2018 (no session on May 28), 7:30 to 10:00 pm. 
  • Rent Share is $135 for all nine sessions.
  • The first session will include auditions for new members. Please bring a monologue of any type.
  • All sessions are personally conducted by Sharon Marie Carnicke.


The American Legion Hall in Eagle Rock
2109 Merton Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90041
(Just off Colorado Blvd and Eagle Rock Blvd.)


For more, contact Sharon.

!!!  NEWS FLASH–Sharon will be available on Monday evenings in 2018 for PRIVATE COACHING !!!

!!!  For appointments, rates, and more information, contact Sharon !!! 

Modeled on the laboratories in which Stanislavsky developed his System, each Studio teaches Active Analysis and investigates an issue or technique of importance to contemporary acting.


  • Sessions are conducted by Sharon Marie Carnicke.
  • Studios meet weekly, generally on Monday evenings, in the LA area.
  • Members are selected by interview and audition.
  • Auditions for the Studios are held periodically during the year. Contact us to learn about upcoming audition opportunities.


No one other than Sharon teaches Active Analysis in the United States with full authority. Fluent in Russian and experienced as a director and actor, Sharon learned Stanislavsky’s methods in Moscow from transcripts of his last classes, from his assistant Maria Knebel, and from other prominent Russian masters, who personally worked with him and Knebel.