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Contact Email: info@ritalitton.comPhone: (917) 647-1399Follow us on InstagramLike us on Facebook! Rita Litton (from the book “The Actor’s Other Career Book,” by Lisa Mulcahy) “The famous stage actress Ellen Terry quoted three “I’s” essential for an actor’s success: Intelligence, Imagination and Industry. Of these she thought imagination the most important. I’d copy her list and add Integrity. Many people struggle to maintain businesses in the arts; temptations exist to lower standards, or make bizarre promises. We are in the arts because we love the work and want to inspire...

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Suggested Reading List

Suggested Reading List Acting for Young Actors: The Ultimate Teen Guide. Mary Lou Belli and Dinah Linney Backstage Books,  NY.Acting in Film, Michael Caine, Applause Books.Acting: The First Six Lessons, Richard Boleslavsky, (Theatre Arts Books), Routledge/Taylor & Francis Books, 2003An Actor Prepares, Constantin Stanislavski, New York: Theater Arts Books, 1967.Art of Auditioning, The.  Rob Decina. Allworth Press. June 2004Audition: Everything an Actor Needs to Know to Get the Part, Michael Shurtleff, Bantam Books.  1979Auditioning: An Actor-Friendly Guide, Joanna Merlin and Harold Prince, Vintage...

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Testimonials

Testimonials  Jon Seda “Rita Litton is a fantastic acting teacher who believed in me and helped me believe in myself!” Jon Seda stars in NBC’s new hit adventure series “LaBrea” as “Dr. Sam Velez.” Jon is best known for playing Detective Antonio Dawson in NBC’s “Chicago P.D” which earned him “Best Actor-Television’ in 2019’s Imagen Awards . Jon has played Antonio in both “Chicago Fire” and the brief “Chicago Justice.” Credits include the HBO Emmy-winning miniseries “The Pacific” (Marine Sgt. John Basilone), Nelson Gonzalez in HBO’s New Orleans series “Treme,” NBC’s “Homicide: Life...

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Summer One-Week Acting Intensives

Summer One-Week Acting Intensives How I Teach Course Descriptions Upcoming Classes Summer Intensives Monologue Prep Register Rita Litton (from the book “Acting for Young Actors” by Mary Lou Belli and Dinah Linney) “I believe that acting is action oriented, and emotions are the result of intentions successfully or unsuccessfully achieved. An actor does not come on a set or stage to ‘feel an emotion.” The actor ventures into a dramatic situation to do something. There is a reason why acting is also re-acting. An actor who feels the electric two-way giving and receiving is truly...

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Upcoming

Upcoming How I Teach Course Descriptions Upcoming Classes Summer Intensives Monologue Prep Register Rita Litton (from the book “Acting for Young Actors” by Mary Lou Belli and Dinah Linney) “I believe that acting is action oriented, and emotions are the result of intentions successfully or unsuccessfully achieved. An actor does not come on a set or stage to ‘feel an emotion.” The actor ventures into a dramatic situation to do something. There is a reason why acting is also re-acting. An actor who feels the electric two-way giving and receiving is truly alive.” Next...

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Course Descriptions

Course Descriptions How I Teach Course Descriptions Upcoming Classes Summer Intensives Monologue Prep Register Mari Lyn Henry (Mari Lyn Henry is a career coach, teacher, and former director of casting for ABC-TV.) ““I have known Rita Litton for many years. She is a pioneer in the area of helping young people get the best kind of acting training to prepare them for a career in film, TV and theatre. I have featured Rita in a chapter in the book I co-authored “How to Be a Working Actor.” If anyone knows how to give young people an overview of what it takes to audition...

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Acting Classes

Acting Classes How I Teach Course Descriptions Upcoming Classes Summer Intensives Monologue Prep Register Rita Litton (from the book “Acting for Young Actors” by Mary Lou Belli and Dinah Linney) “I believe that acting is action oriented, and emotions are the result of intentions successfully or unsuccessfully achieved. An actor does not come on a set or stage to ‘feel an emotion.” The actor ventures into a dramatic situation to do something. There is a reason why acting is also re-acting. An actor who feels the electric two-way giving and receiving is truly alive.” My classes...

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Monologue Prep

Monologue Prep Rita’s Monologue students write: “Rita, I wanted to thank you so much for helping me with my monologues and to let you know that I will be going to SUNY Purchase!! I am so excited!! It’s for the ACTING program, 24 out of 1200 got in, and I can’t believe I did !!!!” Sara M..” “was accepted early decision to NYU Tisch School of the Arts as a Drama major-I’m so excited! Thank you so much for your help. I am so grateful for everything I learned with you!” Lauren S. “Triston felt the audition (SUNY Purchase) went well. They were impressed by the classical...

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