Listen to Stephen Rosenfield Interview on Comedy Sandwich.
For students who live outside the metropolitan New York area, The Stand-Up Comedy Workshop is offered as a five-day intensive workshop each month. Classes and private coaching sessions with Stephen Rosenfield and Lexi Cullen-Baker, and your club appearance are all scheduled within five days.
Steve Rosenfield teaches students what they need to know about stand-up comedy from 'A to Z', everything from microphone technique to finding your own original persona.
His standup comedy classes will definitely speed up your understanding of the ins and outs of the business and give you a strong foundation that will stay with you forever.
Brad Trackman is a national headliner, appearing regularly at Carolines, The Comic Strip, Stand-Up NY and Gotham Comedy Club. He has appeared on Comedy Central's "Heroes of Jewish Comedy" and "New Joke City" with Robert Klein. His CDs include "Safecraker" and “Live at the DC Improv.”
"Before I met Steve Rosenfield, I was an actress in England. Now I'm a comedian in America. This man changes lives!"
Alison Larkin's one person show, The English American successfully ran at the Edinburgh Festival and London's West End. Her novel, also called The English American, published by Simon and Shuster, is an award winning best seller. Alison is currently writing the screenplay adaptation of her novel for Bright Pictures UK. While living in Los Angeles, she was a regular at the Comedy Store.
"As a comedian you never live a normal life. At the American Comedy Institute you learn how not to be normal - in a professional way.
Stephen Rosenfield and his team at ACI give you the feedback you need to develop your own unique comedy and grow as an independent artist. Stephen Rosenfield is not only a great comedy teacher and coach, he also manages to perfectly catch every comedian's unique personality and the way they can grow and develop it.
The teaching is actually a training to produce new material constantly, and become more and more professional as you are performing in front of a real audience.
My one person show, For Kingdom and Fatherland that was featured at the New York International Fringe Festival, and which is now touring nationally, was first developed in American Comedy Institute's One Year Program."