The Glenn Alterman Studio
The Man Who Wrote The Books

Lectures & Workshops

Glenn has guest lectured and taught at such diverse places as The Governors School For The Arts (Old Dominion University), The School for Film and Television, Star Map Acting Studio of Long Island, The Edward Albee Theater Conference (Valdez, Alaska), Southampton College, The Dramatists Guild, The Learning Annex, The Screen Actors Guild, Western Connecticut State College, in The Boston Public School System, and at many acting schools around the country, as well as privately coaching hundreds of students.

If you would like to book Glenn for a lecture engagement or workshop please call 212-769-7928 or e-mail Glennman10@gmail.com.

About Glenn's Lectures and Workshops...

"It is my pleasure to recommend Glenn Alterman as an inspired teacher. He has been a member of Circle East/The LAB, and Circle Rep Lab for many years. We have nurtured and produced his plays, and he has taught in our schools and sat on panels and workshops. He is a vital contributing member of our company. Glenn was part of a panel of playwright mentors for The New York State Summer School of the Arts at Southampton College. He was an effective teacher, modifying his responses for the individual student, supporting and guiding. Last summer, Mr. Alterman was a mentor/panelist at The Edward Albee Conference in Valdez, Alaska. During this conference we hear new work by young playwrights. Glenn was sensitive and creative in his support for these young playwrights, creating lasting impressions and guidance. I recommend Glenn Alterman without reservation."

-Michael Warren Powell
Artistic Director, New York State Summer School of the Arts
Director of New Play Workshop,
Edward Albee Theater Conference, Valdez, Alaska
Professor, Rutgers University
Artistic Director, Circle East

"We were thrilled with Glenn's talent, style and ability to get to the 'heart' of the work with students. He has the knack for cutting through the walls. I recommend Glenn Alterman highly!"

- Steve J. Earle,
Chairman, Dept. of Theater, Governor's School For the Arts
(Old Dominion Univ.)

"I've been a big fan of Glenn Alterman's for many years.  As an actor/acting teacher I have used his monologues for performances/auditions for myself and all my students. My students have become just as addicted to Mr. Alterman's work as I have! It is a pleasure to be in Glenn Alterman's presence. He is warm and funny and makes you feel comfortable, as if you have known him for many years.  His knowledge and experience are priceless and we love his monologues and are grateful for his new book, 'An Actor's Guide: Making it in New York City.'  We can't wait to have him back."

Laurie Ann Davies,
Star Map Acting Studio, Hicksville, Long Island

"This past spring Glenn moderated a discussion on writing your own monologue play at The Dramatist Guild. Glenn provided our members with an easily understandable set of tools of how to begin writing and organizing their monologues and monologue plays. He also shared his personal insight into the selection process for getting one’s monologues published and produced."

"Glenn’s seminar was a highly attended and successful event, filled with information that was easily accessible and ready to be put into practice by our membership."

- Micah Hollingworth,
Coordinator of Special Services, The Dramatists Guild

"We would just like to thank you once again for giving us such a great seminar on Promoting Your Acting Career. We thank you for making the seminar such a huge success. Everyone who attended the seminar was very pleased with all the information that you gave to them."

Paula Philip / Kerreu Soares
Emblazon Media