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She was associate professor of voice/acting/text in the B. She has coached voice and dialect in more than 50 productions nationwide. Shafarman volunteers at Healthwell Physical Therapy Clinic and is training to teach Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction. He has served as a theater panelist for the National Foundation for Advancement of the Arts and is a member of AEA and SAG.
Abroad, his workshops and performances have included South Africa, Denmark, Colombia, Canada, and England, Mexico, and the Netherlands. Other teaching includes: Accademia Nazionale d'Arte Drammatica “Silvio D'Amico” (Rome); Prima del Teatro, San Miniato, Italy; Chautauqua Theater Company; Classic Stage Company; De Paul University; California State University, Fullerton; Stanford University; and the Esalen Institute. in theater and American studies from Wesleyan University, and is certified in Linklater voice training. Mark has also directed a number of productions as a guest artist of both the American Conservatory Theater MFA Program and San Francisco State University.premiered at the Théâtre de Paris in October 2014 in a production starring Isabelle Adjani and Niels Schneider and was produced at the Williamstown Theater Festival last summer, starring Cynthia Nixon and directed by Jo Bonney. A recipient of France’s Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres and the National Corporate Theatre Fund’s 2007 Artistic Achievement Award, Perloff received a B. Phi Beta Kappa in classics and comparative literature from Stanford University and was a Fulbright Fellow at Oxford. Perloff is the author of (Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Arena Stage, Broadway), starring Tracy Letts, Amy Morton, Carrie Coon, and Madison Dirks. Pastreich was the chief administrator responsible for the construction of Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco, and for its acoustical renovation. Conservatory, Smith was the director of the program in theater and dance at Princeton University, where she taught introductory, intermediate, and advanced acting. Robert O’Hara); NJPAC Stage Exchange (new play commissions w/ NJ theaters, world premieres). T., Slaight was an award-winning professional director in Los Angeles. T.'s audience education efforts for 19 years as publications editor, overseeing all of the theater's dramaturgical publications. Brodersen co-chaired the Education Committee formed by the A. Recently he was the Recreation Specialist for the Gilroy Youth Center and Ochoa Migrant Camp. Jessica also works with business professionals and private individuals on communication, presence, and presentation skills. He has designed movement for various theaters, including Trinity Rep, Long Wharf Theatre, and The Providence Black Repertory Company. Gabriel trained and danced with the Berkshire Ballet Company, is a certified instructor of the Michael Chekhov Technique, evaluates theater arts curricula for the New York State Education Department, and received his undergraduate degree in musical theater from the University of Michigan.was workshopped at the O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, premiered at Lucille Lortel’s White Barn Theatre, and was produced at A. She was on the faculty of the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University for seven years, and teaches and directs in the A. Her production also received the Tony for Best Revival of a Play. Before coming to San Francisco, he spent 12 years as executive director of the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, and 6 years as managing director of the Mississippi River Festival. She has taught acting, improvisation, and scene study to students of all ages in various colleges, high schools, and studios and is featured in Acting Teachers of America: A Vital Tradition. Previously, he served as Artistic Director of Naked Angels in New York City for four seasons, where his producing credits include . as resident dramaturg and director of humanities in August 2005, and since then has dramaturged more than 50 mainstage and workshop productions. mainstage productions and as a member of the artistic team of the company. To date, more than 35 new plays by leading American and British playwrights have been developed and produced. ) has worked at Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Center REPertory Company, San Francisco Opera’s Merola Opera Program, and San Francisco Playhouse. He has served on the Gilroy Youth Task Force and worked for South County Cal-SOAP. in Classical Acting from the Academy for Classical Acting at the Shakespeare Theatre Company, George Washington University in Washington D. She has performed with Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Marin Theatre Company, San Francisco Playhouse, La Ma Ma Experimental Theatre Club, and Olney Theatre Center, as well as with Collaboration Town and We Players. Buescher has performed nationally and internationally with the Dell'Arte Company and is the artistic director of Workhorse, an ensemble-based company. He is a Ten Chimneys Foundation Lunt-Fontanne Fellow KARI PRINDL (Alexander Technique) grew up around the world before graduating from Oberlin College with a degree in English with a concentration in theater. In 1993, she directed the world premiere of Steve Reich and Beryl Korot’s opera at the Vienna Festival and Brooklyn Academy of Music. Perloff is on the board of the Hermitage Artist Retreat in Sarasota, Florida, and is the proud mother of Lexie and Nicholas. He spent 21 years as executive director of the San Francisco Symphony, a period that included the tenures of music directors Edo De Waart, Herbert Blomstedt, and Michael Tilson Thomas, and during which the orchestra increased its endowment from $12 million to $120 million. He has been a guest lecturer at New York University and an instructor at the Einhorn School of Performing Arts at Primary Stages. Some of his highlights at NJPAC include: (w/ Two River Theater, dir. T.'s celebrated in-depth study guide for each subscription production. Board of Trustees during its most recent strategic planning process and has been instrumental in the resulting expansion of A. ), Vincent Amelio has been involved in theater administration as well as youth and community services for over a decade. in Professional Voice Practice from the Birmingham School of Acting, and an M. STEPHEN BUESCHER (Head of Movement and Physical Theater) is an actor, director, and teacher who has taught physical theater in various master's programs, including Brown University/Trinity Rep Consortium, Yale School of Drama, the University of Connecticut, and the University of Missouri-Kansas City. T.'s ACTsmart education and outreach community programs, Young Conservatory, Summer Training Congress, San Francisco Semester, and M. He starred in the West Coast premiere of with the San Francisco Symphony, conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas. Under Perloff’s leadership, CSC won numerous OBIE Awards, including the 1988 OBIE for artistic excellence. He has been on the negotiation committee for numerous collectively bargained union agreements. T., Andy was the Producer of Artistic Development and Community Programming at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) in Newark, NJ, where he oversaw long-range creative projects, new musical series, commissioning works, television broadcasts (w/ HBO, PBS, NJTV), co-presentations, and free community/civic programming. Her poetry was repeatedly published in Webster's literary magazine, " and "Staging a Writing Revolution: Utilizing Playwriting Methods in General English Curriculum." Means is currently sharing the position of school and community programs coordinator with Jasmin Hoo while pursuing her M. in counseling psychology with a concentration in drama therapy at California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. in Voice Studies from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Gabriel has also played principal roles in major productions at Milwaukee Repertory Theater, the Brooklyn Lyceum, Capital Repertory Theatre, California Shakespeare Theater, New York's Town Hall, Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC), South Coast Repertory Theatre, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Center REPertory Company, North Coast Rep, La Jolla Playhouse, and Saratoga Shakespeare Company.A winner of the 2013 Falstaff Award in choreography and a nominee for principal performer.
Erika choreographed and played Ariel in the 2012 production of directed by Jonathan Moscone at California Shakespeare Theater.
Scott Fitzgerald's The Debutante and Avery Hopwood's Fair and Warmer (Playscripts); and editor of Hopwood's unpublished novel, The Great Bordello, a Story of the Theatre (Mondial).
He is graduate of the University of Michigan and holds a Ph. in theater history and dramatic literature from the University of Utah.
Mac Kinnon is an alumna of the Drama League, Women’s Project Theater, and Lincoln Center Theater’s Directors Labs. He has also served as mediator in orchestra and opera union negotiations in Detroit, Louisville, Milwaukee, Phoenix, Sacramento, Seattle, and San Antonio. He also served as producing associate at NYSF/Public Theater and Second Stage Theatre, and as Co-Founder/Artistic Director of the Charlie B. Education: BFA, NYU/Tisch; MFA, Columbia University; recipient of the Barbara Whitman Prize for Theatre Management & Producing. He dramaturged the Russian premiere of Tennessee Williams’s CRAIG SLAIGHT (Resident Artist/Young Conservatory Director) joined A. This program was expanded in 2008 to include the development of new work featuring both young actors and M. He spent multiple years working as a staff leader and assistant-director for Summer Theater Arts Repertory. His undergraduate thesis "American Dreams and Nightmares: An Examination of the Western and Film Noir" received special commendation and his film "A Day in the Life" won awards at the Campus Movie Festival. Since then she has helped organizations such as the YMCA, Boys and Girls Club and Girl Scouts. in applied theater arts from the University of Southern California School of Dramatic Arts and her B. in theater arts and gender, women, and sexuality studies from the University of Minnesota. She is a recipient of the Dean Scholar Award and the Daisette Hay-Mc Elvey Award for Theatrical Collaboration at Boston University. and the Stratford Shakespeare Festival of Canada, where she has been a voice, text, and dialect coach since 2000. He is a graduate of The Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theatre and California Institute of the Arts. Acting credits include work with such theaters as California Shakespeare Theater (artistic associate), A. T., Berkeley Repertory Theatre, San Jose Repertory Theatre, San Jose Stage Company, and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Master of Fine Arts Program and the director of Studio A. After college, she moved to San Francisco and trained with Frank Ottiwell at the Alexander Training Institute of San Francisco. A former company member of the American Conservatory Theater, Nancy is longtime associate artist with the California Shakespeare Theater.
She is an Associate Artist of Roundabout Theatre Company, Executive Board President of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC), and former chair—and now advisory board member—of Clubbed Thumb, a New York downtown theater company dedicated to new American plays. Mac Kinnon is joined by her long-time partner, actor John Procaccino, in this great adventure and next step as A. Born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1938, Pastreich received a BA in English literature from Yale University in 1959. in September 2018 with more than 25 years of experience in theater management. With these organizations, she has specifically worked with high risk youth and families, introducing theater to them. She has an extensive background in community and youth development through liberation arts and participatory research, including more than five years of training and experience in Theatre of the Oppressed and drama in education. NANCY BENJAMIN (Co-Head of Voice and Dialects) divides her time between A. She was a resident voice, text, and dialect director for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland for seven seasons. in directing from Illinois State University and an advanced diploma in voice studies from Central School of Speech and Drama (London). STEPHEN BUESCHER (Movement Director) has designed movement for . projects include directing six graduate showcases (on tour to New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco) and the Will on Wheels touring productions of Othello and The Comedy of Errors. NICK GABRIEL is a Sadler Award–winning graduate of the A. Since her certification in 1992, Prindl has maintained a private practice in San Francisco and has taught at various institutions across the country, including San Francisco State University, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, the Community Music Center, and Henderson State University in Arkansas, as well as in A. T.'s Young Conservatory, Summer Training Congress, and M. She has performed and directed extensively in regional theaters, including A. T., Berkeley Rep, San Jose Rep, and the Oregon, Santa Cruz and Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festivals.
Mac Kinnon grew up in Toronto, Canada and outside Buffalo, New York. In 1999 Peter Pastreich was made a Jennifer Bielstein (Executive Director) joined A. She serves on the board of Theatre Forward and is president of the League of Resident Theatres (LORT)—an organization that represents 75 theaters nationwide—having previously served as LORT’s vice president; chair of its Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee; secretary; and on multiple union negotiating teams. Stephanie has also launched drama therapy programs to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Orange County in California. Her domestic arts and community organizing experience ranges from devising new works with formerly incarcerated youth in Los Angeles to coaching youth in a pedagogies of art and social change program at Penumbra Theatre in St. Benjamin has taught and coached productions for numerous theaters and training programs throughout the United States and Canada, and at the National Theatre School and Theatre Za Keum in Zagreb, Croatia. Jessica Berman is a voice, dialect, and text coach. Buescher has taught physical theater at Yale School of Drama, Brown University/ Trinity Rep, and New York University’s La Pietra program. She also wrote a new translation of Brecht's The Caucasian Chalk Circle, which premiered at A. As playwright, her musical, and has appeared in a number of films. Carlin is a member of SDC, AEA, SAG-AFTRA, and the Dramatists Guild.