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Raquan R.

Baltimore, MD
Starting at $17
  • Teaching since 2019
  • Teaches students Male: 6 to 77; Female: 6 to 70
  • Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
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Raquan R.

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I teach how to have the correct form and break down the move piece by piece, in order for it to be understood as well as open up the creativity in your mind to make more moves of your own, I as well teach my philosophy on breaking, give exercises as well as encouragement.

About Raquan

Hi my name is Ray I have been teaching breaking(breakdancing) since early 2019, I've taught a class at MICA recently and have done performances there as well, I also have competed in many competitions around the DMV and have done alot of performances. I practice at places such as JHU,UMBC and WBL o

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Tamoya T.

Newark, DE
Starting at $17
  • Teaching since 2007
  • Teaches students 5 to 55
  • Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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Tamoya T.

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I have been teaching professionally for 15 years with a BFA in performance dance with a concentration in modern dance. Not only will dancing with me be filled with tons of technique and physical knowledge but you’ll also get to learn some choreography that encompasses everything we covered during our lesson.

About Tamoya

Hi! My name is Tamoya and I’ve been teaching dance to children and adults of all levels for over a decade. Not only do I specialize in multiple genres of dance but I have won many awards with my choreography at various dance competitions around the country. Let’s have fun!

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Jeneal J.

Baltimore, MD
Starting at $40
  • Teaches students 10 and up
  • Teaching since 2010
  • Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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Jeneal J.

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I have a passion for theatre & hopefully you do too! I will help my students become strong in improv, monologue & scene work. A packet will be given each week on things to work on & improve along with an assignment. I will require my students to learn a monologue a week excluding other assignments I give because building your repertoire is crucial in this career. I love working with students of all ages and experience levels and I can't wait to meet you!

About Jeneal

Hi, there! My name is Jeneal, I'm a musical theatre major, professional actor & I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching privately since 2015, I've been a teachers assistant since 2008 & I'm now a theatre teacher at a camp for kids grades 2 through 12. I love helping my students find confidenc

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Lisa A.

18 Reviews
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Starting at $30
  • BA Vocal Music Education from Capital University
  • Teaches students 5 and up
  • Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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Lisa A.

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I am well known for my Choral Directing. I can help your group or Choir sound their best. I can help your group of many sound like one. Whether you are a Director looking for instructions on how to keep you choir excellent or just have a quartet who is interested in learning to harmonize effectively and beautifully, I can certainly help with that!

About Lisa

Lisa Abrams has a Vocal Music Education Degree from Capital University, Columbus, Ohio. She graduated in 1997 and has been teaching professionally, both in schools and privately, since that time. She has taught General Music grades K-8 in the Parochial School System. She has been the Music Dir

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Tyler
My lessons are great! She is incredibly knowledgeable in both experience, and the literature aspect of the piano instrument and I plan on keeping my lessons with her as long as I can.
Lorraine D.
going to be a lot of fun starting me out right where I want to be
Sean P.
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Jackson G.

7 Reviews
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Starting at $50
  • Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
  • Teaches students 5 and up
  • MFA Directing from Yale School of Drama, Yale University
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Jackson G.

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I'm a freelance theater director currently working in NYC and throughout the country. I'm an acting coach, teach directing for the stage and dramaturgy/text analysis for actors, directors, and designers. I have over 15 years of teaching experience at such institutions as Williams, Yale, New School, Columbia, Fordham, and Primary Stages ESPA.

I will focus my classes on auditioning, callbacks, cold reading audition skills, grad school auditions, and text analysis and dramaturgy. I'm also available to coach and consult with aspiring theater directors and public speaking clients. I would be happy to customize my classes to each student's individual needs and goals.

I received my MFA in Directing from Yale School of Drama and my BFA in Acting from the University of the Arts.

About Jackson

As an established theater director and teacher, I am very fortunate to be working continuously in New York and across the country from New York to California and in between. Actors are a part of my daily life as I audition and collaborate with them for a living. I often have new directors as assis

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Leah Nicole Raymond
Jackson is a great director/coach. When you are working you can trust that Jackson is fully listening to you as you the actor and you the character. She knows how to push in a way that works for you and will get you where you need to be. I trust Jackson and highly recommend working with her.
Kevin
I had the privilege of studying stage directing with Jackson Gay at Yale. Jackson has a remarkable way of bringing out students' individual artistic and creative sensibilities. In scene workshops, she gives highly practical advice for working with actors to shape an overall dramatic vision. She also reinforces this instruction by relating her own professional experiences, highlighting what has been effective. Her guidance in script analysis is very clear, and showed me how to fully understand characters' dramatic objectives before going into rehearsals with actors.

As well, Jackson incorporated invaluable practical career advice into the class, which is often hard to find. One of her exercises for this was to pair us with another student and have a mock "writer-director" meeting, where the writer was considering hiring the director. This was a really helpful window into the professional process, which has given me an important springboard to communicate my own ideas in the production of new work.

Jackson Gay’s teaching applies across theater disciplines — for instance, my work in theater is primarily as a composer and lyricist. She showed me how to look at the big picture of a play or musical, giving me the insight to write in a way that is dramatically cogent, engaging, and entertaining.
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Jackson Gay is masterful at guiding the actor to find their own authentic voice. She has a laser sharp focus imbued with empathy, that simultaneously put me at ease and helped me find my edge, in a way no other director has. More than anything, she helped empower me to make my own bold choices within a vast array of styles, so that my work was informed from a deep and genuine place (rather than an impersonation or a desire to please). I always feel safe to explore my edge with Jackson, but never humored if something isn't working. She's honest. It's rare to find guidance both so kind and so sharp. Jackson Gay understands and loves actors, and that love comes through in her work.

Liberty A.

Teaches Online
Starting at $50
  • Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
  • Teaches students 5 and up
  • Teaching since 2002
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Liberty A.

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My one on one lessons are fit to the student. The pace is adapted to the student’s learning and I also take time make hula an experience for the student not just a one time lesson. They are able to connect with the music and the feelings of their motions. This is truly about telling a story and prepares a student to be on stage to perform in front of an audience.

About Liberty

My name is Liberty and I’ve taught students from the ages of 3 to 80 years old. My first class was taught when I was only 12 years old. I love hula and all the other dances in the South Pacific (Hawaii, Tonga, Tahiti, Samoa, New Zealand, Fiji). Every one of my students have left my studio feeling m

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"I was honored to be a part of multiple theater Productions directed by Rebecca. She is definitely skilled and pushing the actor passes his or her comfort zone while giving them the tools to push past their personal limitations and is constantly encouraging and upbeat. First as a director, then teacher, then cast member she is a tireless asset and teacher."
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"Kelsey did a great job of making my 13 year old daughter comfortable during her first lesson. She balanced praise and constructive feedback very effectively. Looking forward to more classes!"
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Ollie was really comprehensive of our needs and made us see the big picture of that world... just what we needed, to start walking into that direction on the right path.
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