Richard Parker & Pi on Boat
Keir Dullea in 2001: A Space Odyssey
Alessija Lause Acting in Film Workshop 2013
Tobias Light Acting in Film Workshop 2013
2013 Acting in Film Workshop Students
Santiago Cabrera in The Musketeers
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The Country Wife 2
Jean-Louis teaching
Teaching in Berlinale
Take this Waltz
J Edgar
Berlinale Audience
KK Paracusia

Jean-Rodrigue and Kristof Konrad specialize in the application of the Alexander Technique to acting and musical performance in Los Angeles and around the world.

JL & KK Music

…more flexibility and pleasure while moving, vocal clarity, freedom of expression, an improvement in muscle tone, increased energy and mental alertness – all elements that lead to heightened artistic quality.



Sharon Lawrence "Poor Behavior"

Sharon Lawrence, long time student of the Alexander Technique coaches with Kristof Konrad to deal with the physicality and the vocal demands of Maureen ( borderline personality disorder ) in Theresa Rebeck’s  Poor Behavior at The Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles.

Poor Behavior, a new play about lust and deception, marriage and fidelity by Pulitzer Prize finalist Theresa Rebeck, will have its world premiere at the Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum on September 18, as part of the Taper’s 2011 season.

Sharon Lawrence and Reg Rodgers "Poor Behavior"

Directed by Tony Award-winner Doug Hughes, previews begin September 7.

Poor Behavior, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles  07 Sep -16 Oct 2011

About Kristof Konrad

Kristof Konrad was born in Poland and trained as an actor at the National Dramatic Academy in Warsaw, Poland and the Alexander Fersen Academy in Rome, Italy. For the past ten years, Kristof has successfully worked as an actor in film and television in the United States and Europe. He also teaches intensive Acting in Film and Alexander Technique Workshops in: New York, Los Angeles, Milan, Berlin, Toronto, and many other cities. In the U.S., he is collaborating with Jean-Louis Rodrigue at the Larry Moss Studio, Howard Fine Acting Studio, teaching for the UCLA Extension Entertainment Studies, Theatricum Botanicum, and Media Access. He maintains a private practice in Los Angeles and is an active member of the American Society for the Alexander Technique (AmSAT).