Potential students are encouraged to audit Commercial and Hosting workshops one time before committing to a class. Prior to auditing, each potential student is invited to chat with Kimberly Jürgen to determine which class and level is most appropriate to meet their career goals.

Once an actor gives their deposit for a class they may audit the Commercial and Hosting workshops as often as they like – at the teacher’s discretion.


To ensure there is never more than the designated number of students in a class, we do not guarantee make-up classes for Commercial or Hosting workshops.

Make-up Procedure for Commercial and Hosting classes: if a student shows up for the specific missed class the next time their level is offered and one or two of the registered students are not in attendance, then the student can do a make-up. (About 80 % of the time there is at least one missing student. So the chances of making up a class at the student’s convenience are good, BUT students are encouraged to try not to miss. Training consistently does the most to serve the acting process and development.) For example: if a student misses Commercial I week 3, then the next time Commercial I #3 appears on the calendar, that student should contact the office for the homework and plan to attend for a potential make-up class.

If a few people show to make-up a class and there is only one available spot, then the students can either decide who will get it or split the class. And if the class is at capacity, they can watch and try again the next time the class is offered. Teachers will always do their best to accommodate make-up students, without compromising the current class.

There are no makeups for missed Scene Study classes.


All workshops require a deposit. The balance must be paid the first night, either in full or in a specified payment plan (with postdated checks or scheduled card payments).

Students will be called by the class assistant a week before the start date of the workshop to confirm registration. Once confirmed, the student’s deposit check will be processed. If the student chooses to cancel out of the class by the deadline given, their check will be credited to the next session of that class (and the next session only). They will lose their deposit if they cancel out after the final deadline or do not attend the first night without making financial arrangements.

If a student drops out more than two weeks before the class, a refund of their deposit may be requested for up to one year from the date of payment. Or the online payment can be applied to another class up to two years from the date of the deposit.


If a student is unable to attend the first night of their workshop, they must send the balance of the money due to CBAA, five days prior to the start of the workshop or risk losing their deposit and place in the class.


Whenever, a student has to be late or miss a class, they must call the Class Assistant (ideally at least an hour before the class). Besides that it is professional and courteous, it helps the teacher to pace the class and not be concerned that anything may have happened to the missing student.


If, for any reason, you choose to cancel out of the class after the first night, you have 24 hours to contact Kimberly Jürgen in writing and your balance (less the deposit) will be refunded. After that first 24 hours you will not receive a refund if you cancel out of any workshop.


The weekday classes start at 7.00 pm (Mon/Tue/Wed nights) and at various times on Sunday afternoons.