- Levels Taught:
- Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I have a Master of Fine Arts degree in Directing (for the Theatre) and a Bachelor's in Theatre.
I have served on the theatre faculty of Penn State, The City University of New York, The College of New Rochelle and am currently an Adjunct Professor at Daytona State College and Bethune-Cookman University.
There is a wide array of general theatre knowledge that I can offer a student, as well as being able to help develop acting skills at any level.
I would be happy to coach a beginner or work with a professional as a side-coach or audition coach.
- Teaches students:
- Ages 13+
- Teaching since:
I have been on or behind a stage since I was six years old. When I was a Theatre major in college, I discovered Directing and that has been my primary focus ever since then. In fact, my M.F.A. is in Directing and much of my professional experience in New York and elsewhere is as a Director.
I am also an Acting Teacher and Theatre Generalist at the college level. I have been in the college classroom since 2006 and pride myself on the rapport that I establish with my students that allows them to grow as performers and as people.
I believe that storytelling --- whether as actor or audience --- is the best way to learn empathy and to better understand the human experience.