Actor Remo Vinzens Co-Founds New Swiss Acting Institute

Talent Management Star Class and European actor Remo Vinzens have founded a new development acting institute for actors in theatre and film.

The institute focuses on actors who want to be active in the international field. The training workshop strives to coach each actor in real-person-real-place, behaviour-oriented, moment-to-moment acting work in the tradition of the great American actors. It is a training ground for serious artists who aspire to long-term careers. Small class sizes allow the student maximum attention and an intimate learning environment based on Strasberg's Method acting.

Classes at the Institute include Scene Study, Cold Reading, Improvisation, On-Camera Scene Study and many other techniques designed to address the specific needs of the individual actor. In addition to teaching classes, Remo Vinzens is also available for private coaching. This is a remarkable opportunity for actors who are preparing for an important audition, or for professional actors who want coaching for a stage, film or television role.

"In all of our classes, we combine the craft of acting with solid technique-for performing on camera-to enhance both auditioning as well as on-set performances when you get those acting jobs," the 24 Higraph quoted Remo as saying.

About Management Star Class:
Since its founding in 2005, MGMT Star Class has established itself as a entertainment management, guiding the careers of an elite roster of actors and performers. Led by CEO Bettina Gantenbein the management has created a market niche in the entertainment industry and earned a reputation for putting artists' interests above all else.

With offices in West Hollywood and Zurich, Management Star Class provides representation to clients across its motion picture and theater departments.

About The Swiss Acting institute:
The Swiss Institute Acting abbreviated SAI is a training center for coming and Professional actors and actresses for education or training in acting for theatre and film.