Private Coaching

Now Offering Virtual and In Person Private Coaching

Are you a beginner or advanced actor who wants to hone your acting skills?

Do you want to explore acting as a hobby?

Do you have a specific audition or performance/festival you are preparing to attend?

We are proud to have coached many students who have been accepted at Bak, Dreyfoos and local private schools.


Meet our acting coaches!

Kimberly Rommel-Enright

Kim received her theatre training at Wesleyan College and Actor’s Workshop and Repertory Company. She appeared in numerous college productions including the original children’s play The Mongoose Always Wins.

While a member of the Actor’s Rep Company Kim appeared in such productions as The Diary of Anne Frank, LuAnn Hampton Laverty Oberlander and Baby with the Bathwater. Kim was also seen in productions such as Hot L Baltimore staged by the Jupiter Coastal Players. Kim was a Board Member of Actor’s Rep and administrator of the children’s programs which included workshops, camps and productions. Kim has been seen on the Cuillo stage in the Actor’s Rep’s children’s productions of Bigger Than Life, The Big Bad Musical and The Velveteen Rabbit (which she also directed).Most recently she has been seen on stage in Calendar Girls and as Gramma in The Addams Family.

Her directing credits include Looking Glass Land, The Velveteen Rabbit and You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown for Actor’s Rep. In 2011 she started her own company, through which she produced and directed numerous productions including Little Women, Disney’s Aladdin, Jr., Disney’s Little Mermaid Jr., Beauty and the Beast, Into the Woods, Peter Pan, Tarzan, Oliver, Mary Poppins, Shrek the Musical and Tick Tick Boom.

She is currently the Artistic Director at Maplewood Playhouse and her most recent directing credits include Godspell, Jr., and Frozen, Jr. for the Young Arts Conservatory at Maplewood Playhouse as well as their adult productions of Glory Days, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, 4000 Miles, Agnes of God and The Last Five Years.  

For many years, Kim has been an adjudicator at several different district thespian festivals for both the middle school and high school levels as well as having the pleasure of adjudicating at the Florida State Thespian Festival in Tampa. Kim especially enjoys teaching and coaching actors of all ages.


Alec Ruiz

As a South Florida native, Alec studied at Dreyfoos School of the Arts, participated and earned several awards in the State Thespian Festival, and received his BA in Theatre at The Florida State University. Since then, he’s worked in regional theaters, workshopped new musicals, sailed across Northern and Eastern Europe as a lead vocalist, and has been on multiple commercial, TV, and film sets.

Aside from his passion for acting, Alec finds immense joy in teaching other young artists and watching them flourish in their work.

While living as a professional actor in New York for the past few years, Alec has gathered all the tools he’s acquired from his training and experiences on stage and set to impart on those who want to learn the tips and tricks of honing their skills. He’s willing to dive into this wonderous craft and work one-on-one with artists no matter what level they’re at.

Whether they’re brand new to acting or working professionally, he’s eager to help in any capacity with any kind of acting work. Alec is incredibly excited to offer one-on-one coaching in Dreyfoos audition preparation, critiquing State Thespian Festival pieces, college audition preparation, acting-through-song, and TV/Film/Commercial sides. His goal is to create an environment for artists to be challenged in a safe space while also having fun doing what we love.


With 30 years experience in the South Florida theater community, our staff is now available for any of your coaching needs. Our staff has over 10 years of experience as adjudicators at local district middle and high school thespian festivals as well as the Florida State high school thespian festival. Our staff is trained in the Stanislavsky method of acting but tailors coaching to the needs and strengths of the actor. We have worked with actors ages 6 years old and up! Our primary focus has been middle school, high school and college aged actors but we have experience with actors of all ages.

Areas of focus may include the following


Stage Physicality and Movement

Cold Readings


Acting Exercises

Character Development

Script Analysis

Any appropriate needs/goals of the actor


Virtual Prices: $60/ Per Hour or $35/ Half Hour (plus service fee)

To book a session with Kimberly Rommel-Enright please email:

To book a session with Alec Ruiz please email:


Lesson Options (includes service fee)

For more information please call: 561-657-6400



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