Jordana Oberman: (Meisner Technique and Technique Series) has been teaching and acting for the past 15 years between New York City and Los Angeles. She has worked with Roundabout Theatre Company, The Women’s Project, The 92nd Street Y and is currently proud to be on faculty at The Elizabeth Mestnik Acting Studio. Acting highlights include - NY: World Premiere Avalon (Spotlight On Award- BEST ACTRESS); South of Delancey (George Street Playhouse), Spanky, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Regional: God of Carnage (Directed by Michael Serna) One in the Chamber (Directed by Marja Lewis-Ryan), The Homosexuals (Celebration Theatre), LA Premiere Dear Harvey; Extraordinary Chambers – The Reading (SCR) TV/Film: Scandal, Grey’s Anatomy, Synapse, Preening Swan (Nominated - BEST ACTRESS Vienna Fright Night FilmFestival). Jordana has her Master’s from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and completed the 2 year Meisner Program at EMAS.
“Teaching is as much a part of my craft as Acting. Our quest as an artist is consistently growing, progressing and morphing through our commitment to constant discovery. Being a part of that journey for others is beautifully humbling as I learn more every day from my students than perhaps they learn from me.”