Spring Break Movie Making Camp is what’s New at Gray Studio Los Angeles! They’ve also combined their Spring Break Camps into ONE camp starting March 28th and continuing through April 1st!

At Spring Break Camp, Gray Studios WILL BE MAKING A MOVIE! Acting students will get the opportunity to help create, write and star in their own original short film, with IMDB credit! Gray’s is excited to collaborate with and provide an atmosphere that will foster kids’ imaginations to shape an original story. The studios’ master instructors will be there to provide guidance and direction and help these child actors see the project come to fruition. This is a one-of-a-kind experience and GS looks forward to see what ideas our students come up with and help make it a reality on screen!

Contact Gray Studios today! This is the last chance to sign up!

Have you seen this great mini-movie Gray’s produced? Enroll in Spring Break Camp Now and your child could make a movie too!

 

Spring Break Movie Making Camp

ABOUT

Former Child Actor Shanelle GrayGray Studios Owner and acting teacher Shanelle Gray, older sister of Child Star Ariel Winter, is herself a former child actor who performed in the role of “Young Cosette” in the Broadway production of Les Miserables. At 13, she starred in the ABC pilot “Howie & Rose,” and career with recurring roles in Daytime Soap Opera’s “One Life to Live” and “The Bold and the Beautiful,” along with guest starring roles in “Cory in the House,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” and “Rizzoli & Isles.” Shanelle also lends her voice to a number of video games, cartoons, and television and radio commercials.

david grayDavid Gray, lead teacher and co-owner of Gray Studios, considers himself a student of acting. After graduating from the prestigious NYC High School of Performing Arts, Gray studied extensively with acclaimed mentors Anthony Abeson, Herbert Bergoff, Carol Rosenfeld, Bill Hickey and Uta Hagen. As an actor, David performed on and off Broadway, most notably in the Tony Award Winning production of Arthur Miller’s “A View From The Bridge.” He has performed on stage at Lincoln Center, The John Houseman Theater, Playwrights Horizons and many other venues in NYC and is currently a company member at South Coast Repertory Theater. Gray has appeared in several feature films and has been a regular on three network series. David most recently played Todd Palin in the critically acclaimed HBO movie, “Game Change.”