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From the desk (let’s be honest: bed) of an Asian-American woman, actor and business owner during unspeakable times


We're here to hustle with vigor and create with abandon.

A Word on COVID-19

It's a crazy time to be an artist.

Maybe this uncertainty has filled you with dread, maybe it's filled you with possibility, and maybe it's broken your heart. Whatever the case, we're doing what we can to offer your mind and your body what you need.Check out these changes in our offerings section

Black Lives Matter.

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Hi, I'm Alexandra Palting.

Upon starting a career onstage, I had no industry connections, no professional credits, and more questions than answers. Two years later, I was a member of the Actors Equity Association averaging four shows per year, I'd never worked a job unrelated to performing, and I'd never worked for free. At the close of those first few developmental, oftentimes cringe-worthy years, I was shocked by the amount of vital knowledge I had to stumble upon on my own.

Although I’ve been encouraged to chase my dreams for my whole life,

I knew nothing about what it took to actually live them.

And I have a hunch I'm not alone.

Let's make it personal.


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