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New York University - Tisch School of the Arts (Master's)
My passion is working on all kinds of acting and theater projects. I teach scene study, monologue/audition prep, and acting technique. Do you have a presentation at work you need feedback on? I can do that too. I work with each individual student to help them meet their own goals. I coach anyone from beginning students to seasoned pros and enjoy working with people of all ages.
Coaching lessons can include working on a particular scene or monologue but can also include breathing technique, vocal exercises, movement, and theater staging techniques. I don't adhere to one specific acting technique but pull from several including Stanislavsky, Adler, and Meisner.
I have over 10 years of experience working as an acting coach. I have an M.A. in Performance Studies from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and studied acting at the Atlantic Theater Company in NYC. After acting and directing in NY for several years, I relocated to the beautiful Pacific NW. I have been a part of the local theater scene here and have directed several one-person shows. My focus these days is on coaching and directing. I particularly enjoy helping artists shape their own written material to turn it into compelling theatrical performance. My passion is working on all kinds of acting and theater projects. I teach scene study, monologue/audition prep, and acting technique. Do you have a presentation at work you need feedback on? I can do that too. I work with each individual student to help them meet their own goals. I coach anyone from beginning students to seasoned pros and enjoy
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I have over 15 years as an acting/theater coach. I can also teach theater history. Degree: M.A. in Performance Studies from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.