- Teaches students:
- and Ages 11 to 80
- Teaching since:
A New York-based, Award-winning Theatre and Film Director, and Acting Coach / Artistic Advisor with students on Broadway and in feature films.
I am currently producing a feature film shooting in NYC ( August 2017), and am in pre-production to direct a feature film in winter 2017
Two -hour Master Class taught for the lifetime members ( by audition only membership ) at the New York Studio location.
This will be an ongoing workshop I teach for them
Weekly private, by invitation only acting and creativity expansion lab for professional actors in New York City.
Resident Acting Coach at Broadway Dance Center, NYC.
Weekly classes specializing in helping dancers incorporate and transition into an acting career.
Artistic Advisor to Justina Grayman, PhD., EACP Go! Grant recipient. Advised her on development, and filming of her dance film "Women vs".
Director and Screenwriter for Tunnels Above Ground, shot in Nebraska in 2016.
Presentation at The Actors Studio in NYC for their board of Directors and Directors Lab of the Te'A project play "untitled".
Master Class in Acting fro the En Avant Foundation at Juilliard in NYC
Director for the world premier of "April's Fool" by Kelly McAllister. Premiered at The New York International Fringe Festival, 2014
*Received Best Director Award
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