Michael Nuccio’s Acting Workshops

We can work with actors of any level. Classes are on going, actors may join at any time minimum 4 week commitment. Full class agendas are built into a 12 week period with monthly payments every 4 weeks. *Only students participating in the full 12 week sessions will be asked to participate in the student showcase.

Denver Acting Classes

  • Classes are On-going
  • Drop -in’s are welcome to come work on  scene study or audition monologue and get feedback from the class.

What to Expect

  • Audition technique for film, commercial and stage
  • Scene study and  script analysis
  • On camera technique
  • Character development
  • Personal development and career goals
  • Live performance* (A variety showcase of the work being done in class for community residents, family and friends)

Call Today

720-202-9803 or email us at moc.o1414300082iccun1414300082leahc1414300082immi@1414300082ofni1414300082

The Book

Click Here to learn about Bill Howey and the Philosophy behind Actor’s Menu

Michael is an actor, director, producer, and acting coach.  He began his theatre training in New York City at the Neighborhood Playhouse under Ron Stetson and spent several years with The Ensemble Studio Theatre’s Actor/Director Lab.

Michael relocated to Denver and studied with renowned acting teacher Bill Howey, whose students include George Clooney, Max Greenfield (Schmidt on Fox’s New Girl) and Steve Howey (Kevin Ball on Showtimes’ Shameless).  Upon Bill’s decision to return to coaching in Los Angeles, he granted his Denver studio to Michael, entrusting him to  continue teaching “The Actors Menu” technique. Michael has been the director of The Actors Menu Workshops in Denver since 2006.

Michael’s credits include the feature films In The Cut (starring Meg Ryan and Mark Ruffalo) and a co-starring role in the independent film What We’ve Become. Some other recent credits include Keep Me Up, Joy of Living, and the short film Traveler. He is one of the busiest commercial actors in the Rocky Mountains, having shot national campaigns for Charmin, Coors, Alavert, and the NFL in addition to countless regional and local spots.

Michael’s directing credits include Life Happens, an eight-woman cast performing original work, and The Painter, a one-act play by Peter DeAnello, which won the jury award for best play at the TriMedia Festival.  Michael also produced, directed, and co-starred in the short film Shabadoo and Rigsby.