UPCOMING TAPING

We are proud to announce the next seminar for

INSIDE THE ACTORS STUDIO

on TUESDAY, JUNE 18 at 7PM

Hosted by KELSEY GRAMMER

with Special Guest JAMES BURROWS

at SCHIMMEL CENTER AT PACE UNIVERSITY

3 SPRUCE STREET, NYC, 10038

GENERAL PUBLIC INFORMATION FOR ALL TAPINGS

If you are interested in learning more about the next taping, please join our mailing list, which will offer standby information. This is an information list only; tickets are not guaranteed. We will announce via this email upcoming taping dates and guests.

To receive up to date information about an upcoming taping, join the Inside the Actors Studio mailing list. 

TICKET INFORMATION

PACE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

Pace Performing Arts Students: Please join the Performing Arts School standby line which forms along the hallway adjacent to the Schimmel balcony.  A Pace ID admits ONE and you must be online in order to receive a ticket.  This is a standby line and does NOT guarantee admission.

Pace Students: Please join the Pace student (Non-Performing Arts) standby line which forms along the hallway adjacent to the Multi-Purpose room.  A Pace ID admits ONE and you must be online in order to receive a ticket.  This is a standby line and does NOT guarantee admission.

PACE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF, & ALUMNI 

Pace Faculty, Staff, and Alumni are permitted to send their tickets requests (maximum of 2 per person) to insidetheactorstudio@pace.edu.

Your email does NOT guarantee tickets.  Tickets will be confirmed, in the order in which requests are sent.  Your patience is greatly appreciated.

Pace Faculty, Staff, and Alumni tickets are not transferable and valid only for the Pace community member requesting tickets. An ID may be required when picking up tickets.

Please note, emails sent to this email address that are not from current Pace faculty, staff, or alumni will not be answered. Please read the instructions under general public for instructions on how to receive tickets.

GENERAL PUBLIC – STANDBY TICKET 

Inside the Actors Studio is taped in front of a live audience.

There is a general public standby line, which forms outside the Schimmel Center at 3 Spruce Street beginning one hour prior to taping.

This is a STANDBY LINE ONLY, and tickets are not guaranteed.  Tickets will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis, based on availability.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

KELSEY GRAMMER has excelled at the highest level in theatre, television and film as an actor, producer and director. An initial role as Dr. Frasier Crane on “Cheers” developed into the cornerstone of the Juilliard-trained actor’s career.  Grammer played the celebrated character in three different television series (“Cheers,” “Wings” and “Frasier”) over a span of 20 years, tying the record for longest-running television character. Grammer has won six Emmys, three Golden Globes and a SAG Award and has received an unparalleled 18 Emmy nominations, eight Golden Globe nominations, 16 SAG nominations and one Tony nomination. He will next be seen in the movies The Space Between, Grand Isle and The God Committee about the U.S. organ transplant system.  He was most recently seen in the timely and powerful new television series “Proven Innocent” for FOX about a legal team that takes on cases involving wrongful convictions.  2019 will see Grammer return to London’s West End in one of the most anticipated stage performances of the year, “Man of La Mancha.”   Grammer will star in the beloved role of Don Quixote.

 Photo by: Chris Haston/NBCU Photo Bank

JAMES BURROWS is one of television’s most respected and honored creative talents. Over his distinguished career, Burrows has been the recipient of ten Emmys, four Directors Guild of America Awards, the 1996 American Comedy Awards’ Creative Achievement Award, and in 2014 the Television Critics Association’s Career Achievement Award.  In 2006, he was inducted into the Academy of Television Arts and Science’s Hall of Fame and was honored by the US Comedy Arts Festival with their Career Tribute award. He has been the recipient of 21 nominations for the Director’s Guild of America Award, thus bestowing him the honor of being the most nominated director in the history of television at the Guild. He was recently honored by the DGA with the Inaugural 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award in Television. In November of 2015 he directed his 1000th episode which was recognized by a TV Special on NBC in January of 2016. Burrows is probably best known as co-creator, executive producer and director of the critically acclaimed series, “Cheers.” Burrows has also received numerous awards for his work on “Will & Grace,” “Frasier,” “Friends,” “Wings,” “Night Court,” “Taxi,” and “Dear John.” For the first time in 25 years, he returned to the stage in the spring of 1998 to direct the highly acclaimed “Man Who Came To Dinner” at the Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago, starring John Mahoney.