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15517 Phoebe Ave, La Mirada CA 90638

Advanced enrollment is HIGHLY recommended.
Walk-ins can sometimes be accomodated, however, are they not guaranteed admission and may be turned away.

Please note: Walk-in prices are slightly higher than advance purchases!

Questions? Call us at 714.690.2900
Or click here to e-mail us.

To schedule or discuss private coaching, please call 714.690.2900 or click here to send us an e-mail.


There are no refunds for missed classes.

Cancellation Policy: After a student enrolls, and payment is received in full, a refund will only be issued if cancelled 14 days before the class. Otherwise, a credit can be issued for future classes or tickets to a performance.

There will be no guests permitted in the classroom. Parents can wait for their student in our lobby.

To ensure the quality of our classes, students will not be admitted beyond 10 minutes after a class start time. A student will be considered absent and no refund/credit will be issued.

A disruptive student can be removed from a class at our discretion. No refund or credit will be issued in this scenario.


Danielle Keaton
Phantom Projects alum, Danielle Keaton has been a working actress for over 25 years! Danielle began her career alongside John Rubenstein and Brian Stokes-Mitchell in the West Coast Premiere of Ragtime at the Shubert Theatre. Since then Danielle has amassed an impressive list of television credits, guest starring in many popular shows such as: Without a Trace and Beverly Hills, 90210. Danielle has also worked with a number of talented actors and directors in films such as John Carpenter's Village of the Damned starring the late Christopher Reeve, the indie film Traveler starring Bill Paxton and Mark Walhberg, Puppet Masters alongside Cory Feldman, and Beethoven's 3rd with Judge Reinhold. Danielle can also be seen in the films American Black Beauty and Protecting the King, which she stars as the girlfriend of Elvis Presley's stepbrother and bodyguard. Danielle also portrayed Anne Frank at the California Theatre in their production of The Diary of Anne Frank and was thrilled to be part of the Worldwide Premiere of Frankenstein at Fullerton College.

More recently, Danielle has expanded her involvement in the entertainment industry outside of acting and is now working on the Warner Brothers lot as a Development Assistant, at the newly formed Production Company for Director Todd Phillips and Actor Bradley Cooper. During her two years at Warner Brothers, Danielle got to see first hand the casting process for Jonah Hill’s new movie, sitting and discussing closely with the director and producers which gave her the incentive to want to teach  fellow actors; preparation before an audition, auditioning techniques, cold readings, working on-camera, and learning to deal with the ups & downs of the entertainment industry. Danielle’s technique focuses on moment-to-moment acting and the Philosophy of one of her acting mentors, “Keep it simple, Keep it clear, but most of all be sincere.”

Jennie Kwan
Jennie Kwan, a native Angelino, started performing at the age of 11 years old in the performing troupe, “Kids of the Century.”   Audiences first recognized Jennie when she played the lead role of “Kim” in the first National Touring Company of “Miss Saigon” having landed the coveted role after producer Cameron Mackintosh conducted a worldwide search.

Jennie was then introduced to television as series regular, Samantha Woo, the wacky singing sensation on NBC-TV’s situation comedy, “California Dreams” which aired for five successful seasons and then onto world-wide syndication.  Some of Jennie’s other television credits include New Girl, Anger Management, and The Nanny.  Some film credits include “Promoted”, “Entourage”, and “Trojan War.”

For two years Jennie traveled with “Faces of America,” a one-person show regarding diversity and tolerance in America.  She was an original cast member of “Bare, the Musical” and had a short stint in “Jewtopia” both shows having successful runs on Off Broadway.

Jennie toured the United States with the Broadway Tony Award Winning Musical, First National Tour of “Avenue Q” getting the chance to play the role of “Christmas Eve.”  As well as becoming a puppeteer and playing the role of “Mrs. T”, “Bears” and Others.”

Jennie was a proud member of Hollywood Record’s vocal group, “Nobody’s Angel” who earned a Gold record for performing two songs on the “Princess Diaries” soundtrack  and was a co-creator for the pilot, “Nobody’s Angel”  television network ABC Family. And Disney lovers have been fortunate to see Jennie ride the magic carpet as “Jasmine” in Disney’s musical spectacular “Aladdin.”

She lends her voice to the character, Suki, on Nickelodeon’s hit animated series “Avatar: The Last Air Bender,” as well as all video games for the series.   Jennie also enjoys an active voice-over career in anime and numerous video games.

At the present time, Jennie resides in Los Angeles with her husband Matt and Brussels Griffon Calvin.  She performs as Priscilla Poodle in kid’s pop concert Show “Twinkle Time”.  She continues to work in all areas of the business as an actress, singer, dancer, voice over artist, and vocal coach.

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