Jeffrey, an Irish Wolfhound puppy is a fixture at The Studios. Friendly. Just like the creatives populating the place. This new 10,000 sq foot training and event center is in Seattle’s Times Square Building on 5th and Olive. Daily, drop-in classes to inspire. Package or one-time drop in deals. Last week before class I watched a stilleto Jazz dance class that was in progress…The space is light filled, staff immpeccable, a great place to play, grow and make new discoveries as artists.


Matt Smith, improvisor and master-storyteller has a Tuesday night improvisation drop in class with guest teachers rotating through. I am honored to be in the mix. Come check us out one or all of the nights. Each instructor delivers their unique approach to improvisation.


Rebecca Stockley and friends on December 30th was a great meet up of old friends and new.

Here’s the line up:

Dec 30 Rebecca Stockley and Paul Killam (BATS Improv)

Jan 6 Matt Smith

Jan 13 Kay LaVergne Jaz (Wake Up Your Work)

Jan 20 Elicia Wickstead

Jan 27 Andrew McMasters (Jet City)

Feb 3 Randy Dixon (Unexpected)

Feb 10 Gary Schwartz

Feb 17 Brian Neel

Explore the The Studios. site for more incredible classes for acting, dance and music.

“We created The Studios because we believe in the rich and diverse talent within the Seattle performing arts community. Seattle spoke and we took action. By fulfilling a deficit, raising the bar of excellence, and investing in the future of Seattle.” Shanna & Ryan Waite, Founders

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