Introducing our Actor’s Master Suite. The Actor’s Master Suite is a 3-day training intensive where you can begin OR brush up in the following three intensives: Lecoq Intensive, Linklater Intensive, or Suzuki Intensive.
This the this beginning step for actors who are interested in expanding their tools and training in the field. For people who aim to get in touch with their voices and bodies. Up start your imagination, and acting muscles here.
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Rebecca [Becky] Schneebaum (Linklater Intensive Instructor) Is a Boston based actor, Designated Linklater Voice Teacher, theatre maker, and loving dog mom. She currently teaches Voice at Emerson College’s Performing arts Department as well as at Boston University’s College of Fine Arts. Rebecca can frequently be found voice & dialect coaching for many companies in Boston, New Hampshire, New York, Maryland and sometimes across the country teaching voice in Los Angeles for Craig Wallace's acting studio. She has also taught voice at Shakespeare & Company's various renowned actor training programs. As an actor she has performed with American Repertory Theatre, The Huntington Theatre, Boston Playwright’s Theatre, Actor’s Shakespeare Project, Brown Box Theatre Project, and many others. As an actor, as a teacher, as a human being in this world, Rebecca strives to break down barriers and create spaces where the full scope of the human experience can be expressed, opening up the possibility to move and be moved by the vibrations of another's voice, to be heard in spite of constant messages to stay quiet. She received her BFA in Acting from Emerson College and completed her certification with Kristin Linklater at the Linklater Voice Centre in Orkney, Scotland. www.rebeccaschneebaum.com
Ellen Lauren (Suzuki Intensive Instructor) is a SITI Company founding member and Co-Artistic Director. Credits include: The Bacchae, Chess Match #5, Room, Persians, Trojan Women(After Euripides),bobrauschenbergamerica, the theater is a blank page, Radio Macbeth, Death and the Ploughman, Who Do You Think You Are, A Rite (with Bill T. Jones /Arnie ZaneDance Company),American Document (with Martha Graham Dance) Seven Deadly Sins with NY City Opera, Hotel Cassiopeia, Going Going Gone, Orestes, among others. Associate Artist with the Suzuki Company of Toga (SCOT) under the direction of Tadashi Suzuki. Credits include Electra, Dionysus, King Lear, Oedipus, Waiting for Romeo. Founding member International Consortium on Suzuki Training for Actors. Produced “Transformation through Training: 2017 International Symposium on SCOT and the Suzuki Training for Actors” at Skidmore College. Representative guest faculty: TEAC Finland, RSC, Moscow Art Theatre, Banff Centre, Sfumato Theatre Bulgaria, Iceland Academy, Casa Teatro de Bogotá, Masstricht Academy, Beijing Academy, Attivo Teatro Milan, UCLA, Columbia University, Ohio State, Windsor College. Ongoing faculty member: The Juilliard School of Drama, Lincoln Center. Director: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (UCLA), Iphigeniaand Other Daughters (Juilliard Group 43), Trojan Women (Juilliard Group 47). Company member: Alley Theater, StageWest, Milwaukee Repertory. TCG Fox Fellow for Distinguished Achievement recipient 2008-2010. Published in American Theatre, “In Search of Stillness."
Nathaniel Justiniano (Lecoq Instructor) is an actor-creator, director, movement designer, and teacher. He is the founding Artistic Director of Naked Empire Bouffon Company, a multi-award-winning international pioneer in the field of bouffon. With NEBC, he creates, performs, and trains performers across North America in a form of highly physical comedy that uses satire to interrogate our contemporary social and political climate. He has served as senior faculty at the Clown Conservatory of San Francisco, Movement Designer for UC Berkeley’s TDPS Dept., and the Director of Physical Comedy for Sacramento Shakespeare Festival. Currently, he is an Assistant Professor for Emerson College’s Comedic Arts and Performing Arts programs where he teaches physical comedy, directing comedy, and devising physical theater. Justiniano holds a BFA in Theatre Performance from Chapman University and an MFA in Ensemble-Based Physical Theatre from Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theatre.
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