Creative Actors

Study with those who care.

"We don't just train actors.
We develop confident human beings who can act."

  • Scott-Arthur Allen & Crew
  • Kelsey David Shryer
  • Nicholas Gianini
  • Elizabeth Allen
  • Scott-Arthur Allen
  • Elizabeth Allen
  • Scott-Arthur Allen & Crew

    Filming on location

  • Kelsey David Shryer

    Director of Photography on location for The B&B.

  • Nicholas Gianini

    Camera Assist on location for The B&B

  • Elizabeth Allen

    Script revisions for Morning Light

  • Scott-Arthur Allen

    Reviewing B-Roll on location.

  • Elizabeth Allen

    Perfoming in Morning Light.

A continuing Los Angeles professional acting workshop right here in Missouri.

Going into our 12th year in the “Show Me State”, Creative Actors continues to be a leader in professionally training people with the skills and confidence necessary for successful careers in the entertainment industry. With over three decades of experience as an acting coach, talent manager, actor, and casting director, master coach Scott-Arthur Allen’s unique acting technique, The Creative Process, has been successfully used by everyone from Hollywood A-listers and local acting enthusiasts to executives, athletes, and doctors.

As best selling author Judy Kerr commented in her book “Acting is Everything”: Missouri has a couple of gems for actors…look up acting coach Scott-Arthur Allen…A well respected Hollywood coach who has taught Heather Locklear, Sela Ward, and Tea Leoni among others”. And, producer Anne Rosellini of the academy award nominated Winter’s Bone celebrated “Thank you for your continued support of the film-we really appreciate it very much. We couldn’t have done it without all of the amazing talent there in Missouri and your help in connecting us to them.”

Whether your goal is to become a professional actor or gain the confidence needed to excel in another career, Scott-Arthur Allen’s proven process will give you the skills needed to successfully reach your goals.

 

 

 

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Elizabeth Allen

Elizabeth Allen is currently enjoying the resurgence of a new career as an acting coach and filmmaker. Originally from the Ozarks in southwest Missouri, she left for Los Angeles at the age of 17 to pursue her passion for acting…

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Kelsey David Shryer

In a world where young geniuses are becoming more prevalent and influential, Kelsey David Shryer is making his mark…

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Scott-Arthur Allen (1938-2015)

Scott-Arhtur Allen was the founding coach of Creative Actors (formerly known as The Creative Actors Workshop)…

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LATEST NEWS

25th Mar 2015It’s Been A While…
25th March 2015
It’s Been A While…

We have had so much news occur since our last post on the website. Most of our updates have been shared on our facebook page here. Below we will quote a few of our FB posts from the past 2 weeks. Then keep an eye out for more regular news, photos, and testimonials throughout the website.

Today on Scott's Bio Page:

"Scott-Arhtur Allen was the founding coach of Creative Actors (formerly known as Creative Actors Workshop). His unique acting technique, called The Creative Process, is at the core of everything we teach at Creative Actors. Scott’s Creative Process, love, and encouragement will live on in all who met him. Scott will be greatly missed, but we feel confident in continuing his legacy because of his training and guidance. The Creative Process continues to bring consistent, deep realism to artists’ performances with a simplicity and organic beauty that has never been scene outside of the rare natural, empathic performer that seldom catches the public’s attention. Thank you Scott for a truly great gift you have given to the art of performance and to the world."

March 19 at 10:54pm

"Despite the pain we have all suffered this week, we are excited for this next chapter. Creative Actors is continuing with all classes and services, led by Elizabeth Allen and Kelsey David Shryer. Scott has taught us well and he's now looking over all of us from above. Just two weeks ago the three of us sat and talked about all of the wonderful things instore for CA and our students. Scott is certainly cheering us on!"

March 13 at 11:15pm

"Know this, Creative Actors: We are strong, We are united, and We are one! Despite the hardships we are facing with the loss of our dear mentor and founder, we will rise up strong. We will honor his legacy. We will make him proud every second of every class and every audition and every performance. We are strong. This is not the time to be hurt, sad, and broken. It is the time to give our full strength to the mission and legacy of Scott-Arthur Allen and that is "training confident human beings who can act". We can! And WE WILL."

March 13 at 8:11pm

"Scott-Arthur Allen, born as Charles Arthur Allen
passed peacefully at 7:13pm on Friday, March 13, 2015
How we love you Scott...you have changed us forever. We will see you soon! Rest in Him..."

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28th Sep 2013Little Did He Know Trailer 1
28th September 2013
Little Did He Know Trailer 1

http://youtu.be/sMqLx16eh8w

"Little Did He Know" Feature Film

Bradley Hayes' first book has thrust him into unwanted fame. When his publisher orders a fresh novel, Bradley travels to a quiet bed and breakfast in hopes of forcing himself to write. He soon discovers the inspiration of life comes in those funny moments where imagination meets reality.

Directed by Creative Actors coach, Elizabeth Allen, this feature length comedy has a cast of 37 actors trained by Scott-Arthur Allen and Elizabeth Allen at the Creative Actors.

Director of Photography Kelsey David Shryer; Creative Actors Media Administrator

Written and Edited by Kelsey David Shryer and Elizabeth Allen

Original Score by Tyler Durham

Original Songs by Stephanie Bade

www.littledidheknowmovie.com

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8th Jun 2013CA visits the Springfield Little Theatre
8th June 2013
CA visits the Springfield Little Theatre

CA at Springfield Little Theatre

Our own Writer, Director, Acting Coach and Casting Director Elizabeth Allen had the opportunity to introduce a bunch of very energetic and talented theater kids to film acting this week at the Springfield Little Theatre’s Conservatory Workshop.

“I had a blast! The kids were so polite and fun to work with, and they had some great questions. I would love to do this again, and we hope to see some of these kids at our July two day film acting/audition intensive.” -Elizabeth Allen

Learn more about the July 2Day Intensive here.
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