Acclaimed acting teacher, and former Yale, NYU, and Columbia faculty member, Ron Van Lieu returns to The Actors Center in December 2022 for a teaching residency working with members of the Resident Company.
The Actors Center is seeking a full-time staff member to join our team as Manager of Artist Programming. This newly created position will play a vital role in the day-to-day operations and management of our Resident Company, a one-of-a-kind ongoing creative residency program for 250 professional actors.
Erica Jensen, casting director with Calleri Jensen Davis and educator, and Kevin Isola, actor and NYU Grad Acting faculty, will join The Actors Center’s Resident Company in December 2022 for a series of artist development workshops focused on audition technique and physical theater.
Beth McGuire, vocal coach, dialect coach, and teaching artist, and Bethany Caputo, acting coach and teacher, will join The Actors Center’s Resident Company in November 2022 for a series of artist development workshops focused on idiolect and Michael Chekhov technique.
Teaching artists Fabio Tavares, Danielle Skraastad, and Ken Barnett join The Actors Center’s Resident Company in October and November 2022, collaborating on Alexander Technique, Games, and Dreamwork.
Sita Mani, Head of Movement at Columbia University’s Graduate Acting Program, and Justine Wolf Williams, Faculty at Yale School of Drama and NYU, will join The Actors Center’s Resident Company in May 2022, for a series of artist development workshops focused on movement, wellness, and the actor at play.
Twenty-five years ago, our founder Michael Miller invited the incomparable Olympia Dukakis to give an inaugural address at The Actors Center’s first annual symposium. Listen to Olympia’s speech.
Teaching artists Peter Jay Fernandez, Robin Miles, and Dawn Akemi Saito join The Actors Center’s Resident Company in April 2022, collaborating on scene work, audiobook narration, and movement.
Pulitzer prize finalist and Obie Award-winning playwright, Rajiv Joseph; and Emmy-nominated television writer, producer and playwright, Diana Son, join The Actors Center’s Resident Company for artist talks this spring, hosted by company co-artistic director, Angel Desai.
Paula Vogel, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and educator, and Jaclyn Backhaus, playwright, educator, and arts facilitator, join The Actors Center this March to lead writing workshops with members of our Resident Company.