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Feb 26-29 MUNICH:
„Breath & Sound“ …be seen and heard
Workshop m. Kirk Baltz

Too often as artists we work without using our whole body…mentally, physically, spiritually and emotionally. All this rides on our breath. Not the shallow kind from only a portion of our lungs, but the full one we find low in the diaphragm connecting us to our souls.

We find truth without caring how we look and release from all within. The power of our entire physical being is revealed. The mind is left behind. Instinct and intuition allow our text to flow with conviction and clarity. We get out of our own way. In this 4 day intensive you will let go of physical and emotional blocks through various exercises and scene study. You will discover the safety and power of your center.

We will be working with scenes from David Mamet’s “Speed The Plow” and playing with gender switches on the 3 roles. DOWNLOAD THE SCRIPT HERE. Scenes and scene partners will be assigned upon enrollment to insure more time to be off book by the start of the workshop. The sooner you enroll the more you will get from this unique intensive.

With Care and Respect,


Kirk’s students gain a better understanding of the differences between acting on stage, on camera, and in a casting office.

His Actor’s Intensive workshops have helped actors, writers, and directors to build strong acting technique, and tell compelling stories with clarity and conviction. His classes empower artists to fully be who they are while realizing their absolute potential.

All work is Meisner and Method based…using repetition, movement, sensory work, improvisation, writing, script analysis and varying exercises.

P.S. Read testimonials from Kirk’s students HERE.



450€ Early-Booking (before Jan 13) | after 480€
430€ Discount Price for RETURNERS  (before Jan 13) | after 450€ 

  • Dress comfortably, bring lunch, water, a notebook and a pen, along with your big bad beautiful self and an open mind.
  • Remember to DOWNLOAD “SPEED THE PLOW” HERE, read it in its entirety, and bring a printed copy to class.


*Discount please request via Email. Available for everyone who has participated at least once before at Kirk Baltz workshops, or if you are currently enrolled as a full-time acting students (please send us your proove via email).



About Kirk Baltz (L.A.)

From the start of his career, Kirk Baltz has studied extensively in NYC and LA with such noted teachers as Sandra Seacat, Greg Zittle, Susan Batson, Tony Greco, and Penny Allen; who are responsible for the training (and in some cases the continued coaching), of such actors as:

Ryan Gosling, Nicole Kidman, Shia Labeouf, Andrew Garfield, Laura Dern, Mickey Rourke, Jesicca Lange, Harvey Keitel and Phillip Seymour Hoffman.

Kirk Baltz has appeared in such recent television shows as:

Snowfall and NCIS:Los Angeles, as well as 24, The Fugitive, Will & Grace, The Shield, Without A Trace, NYPD Blue.

He is also know for his tremendous work in a number of iconic feature films such as:

Bulworth, Natural Born Killers, Reservoir Dogs, Face/Off, Dances With Wolves and Taylor Hackford’s Parker. Deniz Erguven’s Kings, Alan Watt’s Interior Night, and the critically acclaimed short films The Armoire written and directed by Evan Cooper as well as Demon by Caleb Slain are more recent additions.

Kirk will soon be seen in Gingers written by Jack Depp, directed by Dexter Demme and co-starring Cooper Hoffman.

Represented by Metropolitan Talent Agency and Endorse Management Group in Los Angeles.

Kirk Baltz | IMDb Credits



  • In welcher Sprache wird gearbeitet bzw. muss ich Englisch wirklich perfekt können?
I do encourage folks to work in their mother tongue. There’s more of an internal connection that takes place and then the works can be taken to English if desired. I’m more interested in artists grabbing the essence of the work rather than being concerned with the linguistics. I don’t need to understand what’s being said. I’m looking for truth and conviction.
  • Wird zusätzliche Arbeit zu Hause erwartet?
There might be minimal work on lunch breaks and to do at home in the evening. Simple review of scenes and perhaps a bit of writing…nothing arduous. Evenings are for resting and dreaming 🙂


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