Hey Kids! Is Comedy harder to do than Drama? YES!

So many sitcoms are filmed in Los Angeles.

Get the confidence to do comedy projects and learn about comedic timing.

Find the funny in each scene.

Learn from top sitcom teacher, stand-up comedian and actress of 20+ years

Tracy Esposito!

Comedy Class starts Saturday, May 7th  through Saturday, June 10th

5/27  10am to 12pm Studio City

No class Memorial day weekend  




  • Improv Exercises
  • Cold sitcom scenes will be given out each week.
  • There will be some Saturdays where you can bring in prepared scenes.
  • Get yourself on camera reading script with scene partner.
  • Get personal attention on your scene from teacher when watching it on camera and playing it back.
  • Each week new sitcom scenes, and getting on camera during each class.
  • Last class will be a prepared sitcom scene, performed in front of special guests..

$295 for 6 weeks | 2 hour class


[quote style=”boxed”]Years ago, George Carlin approached Tracy Esposito at a GOTHAM comedy club and said “Hey, kid…You got great timing.” [/quote]

Child Actors ON-CAMERA SITCOM COMEDY CLASSTracy knows, Timing is everything in a comedy scene.  Esposito began teaching kids and teens for stand-up comedy and acting in New York City, and now is back in Los Angeles, teaching more sitcom acting.  Tracy Esposito is a steadfast comedic phenomenon who’s created a buzz (and endless laughs) on both U.S. coasts. Starting her stand up career in New York in the early 1990s, her innate comedic instincts and her warm personality with an audience earned her immediate attention. Tracy was soon a regular at Comic Strip Live, Boston Comedy Club and Stand Up New York.  She was featured in Back Stage East as one of their “Top 10 Comics to See” and found herself opening for the likes of Robert Klein and Kevin James. She later appeared on Robert Klein’s TV Special, New Joke City, and Louie Anderson’s Comedy Showcase on NBC. Tracy’s signature “Staten Island Sassy” also lit up Comedy Central’s and Montreal’s Just for Laughs festival.  Right after the Montreal Comedy Festival, Tracy was featured on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend.  Tracy also has TV credits, appearing on Fox’s “HOUSE”, and FX’S show with Danny Devito, “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”, along with sketches for the TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO, CONAN, and JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE.

Tracy is currently performing hour stand-up comedy in the Los Angeles area.  She’s in the process of selling 2 TV pilots that she wrote and a screenplay based on her one person show that ran for nine consecutive years.   Tracy enjoys coaching kids in acting, stand-up comedy, and guiding their careers.

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