Howard B. Richman teaches the performance anxiety (internal training), memorization tips, and career coaching/manifestation techniques classes. Howard’s main work is as a pianist, composer and piano teacher, which he still does to this day. His interest in all things relating to acting is only natural because he grew up in a household full of actors! His father, Peter Mark Richman, is mother, Helen Richman are both actors. Many of his siblings and their spouses are actors. Also, as a celebrity piano teacher, he has had a first-hand connection to the profession over the years. As a teacher, Richman has a special gift in being able to “tune-in” to find the root of the block the student is having, whether it be technical, musical, intellectual, or even emotional and to find creative solutions to help the student. It is with this level of passion that has motivated him to gather creative experts in their respective specializations, in the field of acting all in one place. To reach the level of mastery in your chosen profession of acting you can study for years and still not have that “breakthrough” you are seeking. This is why we have made quite an effort to list not only “acting” classes but also companion classes that help to develop the supportive ancillary skills that one would need to succeed.