Travis Laughlin teaches Drama I and II at LAMusArt. Both classes focus on improvisation as a method of training for both comedic and dramatic acting. Students are encouraged to find genuine and meaningful connections to the roles they play, and to form trusting relationships with their classmates.
Mr. Laughlin has studied improv at iO Theater Chicago, and Meisner technique with Robert Carnegie at Playhouse West in North Hollywood. He also holds an MFA in Film Production from the USC School of Cinematic Arts.
In 2019, he won “Best Leading Actor” in the Broadwayworld Awards for his work in CONSTANTINOPLE, a play that ran with great success at the Secret Rose Theatre. Laughlin has also performed on stage with The Shakespeare Center of LA, Archway Theatre, and Playhouse West and has appeared on television in THE CORONER: I SPEAK FOR THE DEAD and NEW YORK POST Reports.
Along with acting, Mr. Laughlin is an accomplished violinist and has taught violin and chamber music for more than ten years.