An Intimate Studio Space in NYC @ the historic home of Geraldine Page and Rip Torn

Apt. 929

Apartment 929

APT 929 is the film and theater production company of Clark and Elissa Middleton. Clark has been working as an actor for 30 years and has been featured in films directed by Quentin Tarantino, Ang Lee, Joon-Ho Bong, Robert Rodriguez and Richard Linklater among others. He has created original roles for such playwrights as Sam Shepard, David Ives and John Guare. Clark has also directed extensively for the theater in New York as well as regionally.

Clark is also one of NYC’s most popular acting coaches and teachers. He teaches both privately and in classes. Upcoming Apt 929 acting classes include an advanced Acting for Film class, for students who have worked with Clark before; and an introductory class for trained actors. Students can work on scenes from screenplays or concentrate on Clark’s many original acting exercises for film. Occasionally Clark teaches a film history class as well. Clark also wrote the highly acclaimed original one-man play Miracle Mile, and coaches students who are creating their own one-person plays.

Apartment 929 takes its name from Joe Chaiken‘s apartment at the Westbeth, may his spirit be with us. We are very pleased to announce our ever-blossoming alliance with Tony Torn and Page 22, a space dedicated to the memory and legacy of his mother, the great actress Geraldine Page. In 2012, all of Apt929′s NYC classes, including new Meisner classes and an actor’s meditation class, will be held at the Page 22 space on 22nd Street in Manhattan’s tony Chelsea neighborhood. We will also be collaborating with Page 22 in  the presentation of a reading series of new plays, as well as performances.

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