FACULTY

FACULTY

INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS & MASTER TEACHERS 

NTI brings master teachers and industry professionals into your classroom. Often you'll see the work of your faculty on Broadway, off-Broadway, at regional theaters, and on film and television in the same semester. You will spend 10 hours a day working with these professionals, building skills, expanding your range as an artist, making connections, and gaining valuable mentors. 

BY THE NUMBERS 

  • 15 core faculty members work with you each week

  • 75 teaching & guest artists teach throughout the semester

  • 98% of faculty are currently working professionally

  • 14 students on average per class

  • 10 hours of instruction per day

  • 95% practical-based classes

ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE 

A haven for artistic development, the O'Neill welcomes professional artists and companies to work in-residence during the semester. Students have the opportunity to learn from these artists and see the first stages of new professional work.  

Artistic Director

RACHEL JETT

Rachel Jett has been a faculty member at the National Theater Institute since 1998 and is an alum of the NTI, NTI-Advanced Directing, and Moscow Art Theatre Semesters. A 2006 Baryshnikov Fellow, she holds an MFA from NYU Tisch School of the Arts Musical Theater Writing Program and is the first American aspirant to Andrei Droznin, master teacher of movement at the Vakhtangov Theatre in Moscow, Russia.

 

Rachel is one of the few practitioners teaching his method of Russian movement in the United States. Named “One of 50 to Watch” by Dramatist Magazine, she is a lyricist/librettist and a former company member of the Helen Hayes Award-winning Stanislavsky Theater Studio and SYNETIC Theater in Washington, D.C. In 2014, she appeared in a short film written by Donna Di Novelli.

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CORE FACULTY

These artists often teach weekly classes throughout the semester.

Oliver Butler

Oliver Butler

Theatermaking

Co-Artistic Director, The Debate Society: THE LIGHT YEARS (Playwrights Horizons), JACUZZI (Ars Nova), BLOOD PLAY (Bushwick Starr), BUDDY COP 2 (Ontological), & 5 others. B'Way: WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME Off-B'Way: THOM PAIN (Signature Theater), THE AMATEURS (Vineyard Theater), THE OPEN HOUSE (Signature Theater, Lortel Best Play, Obie Direction) Regional: THE WHISTLEBLOWER (Denver Center), THOM PAIN (Geffen Playhouse), LEGACY (Williamstown), BAD JEWS (Long Wharf), AN OPENING IN TIME (Hartford) International: TIMESHARE (Australia) Sundance Institute & Bill Foeller fellow.

Victor Cervantes, Jr.

Victor Cervantes, Jr.

Directing

Victor Cervantes Jr. is a theatermaker, educator, and community organizer from Phoenix, AZ. Currently, he is the Producer for 2021 edition of The Pool, which will open at The New Ohio Theatre in November. Recently, he was the Creative Producer for The Homebound Project, a fundraiser for No Kid Hungry, which raised over $150K. He is the former Associate Producer at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater (Season 23 + 24), former Co-Artistic Producer of MiddleVoice at Rattlestick (2013 - 2018). He aims to support and uplift BIPOC+ Queer and Trans artists and stories to more visible platforms, and to reach communities that have been pushed to the margins. 1st-Generation College Graduate: BFA NYU/Tisch.

Richard Digby Day

Richard Digby Day

Shakespeare

Richard Digby Day was RADA’s first student of direction. He has been associated with NTI since 1982 and was its Director 1990-1998. In the UK he has been Director of five Regional Theatres and of the Open Air Theatre in London’s Regent’s Park. His work has been seen in the West End and he has directed in Canada, Denmark, Ireland and South Africa. He has taught and lectured in universities all over the USA. During his long career he has worked with many distinguished actors including Judi Dench and Ian McKellen. Shakespeare matters  most to him and he has directed over 20 of the plays in a variety of productions.

Will Detlefsen

Will Detlefsen

Directing

Will Detlefsen is a Bay Area-born New York-based freelance director and Artistic Director of Access Theater in Tribeca. Directing credits include: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams (NYU), The Brewery by Manning Jordan (Dixon Place), The Straights by T. Adamson (JACK), The Funfair by Simon Stephens (Cal Rep) Machinalia by Steph Del Rosso (JACK & Ubuntu Theatre Project), Blasted by Sarah Kane (Duo Theatre), Strange Men by Will Snider, Go. Please. Go. by Emily Feldman, Lear by Young Jean Lee, and Vieux Carré by Tennessee Williams (UC San Diego). Assisting credits include: Trip Cullman, Chay Yew, Tyne Rafaeli, Tony Taccone, Des McAnuff, Alex Timbers and Rachel Chavkin. 2013 Drama League Fellow, 2017-2018 MTC Directing Fellow, 2018-2019 Playwrights Horizons Directing Fellow. 5th Cohort of the O'Neill National Directors Fellowship. SDC Associate. BFA: NYU Tisch. MFA in Directing: UC San Diego.

Craig Dolezel

Craig Dolezel

Voice

Craig MacArthur Dolezel is a NYC based teaching artist certified in the Fitzmaurice Voicework Technique. He has instructed at educational institutions such as Rutgers University, AMDA, NYU and HB Studios as a both a faculty member and guest instructor. Additionally, he is involved with voice/speech research projects and international teaching workshops. Recent performances include the world premiere of Marrow by Brian Quirk, in partnership with Spectrum Dance Company and Seattle Repertory, as well as the Irish National tour of Misterman by Enda Walsh.

David Dorfman

David Dorfman

Dance

David Dorfman has made movement-based dance theater since 1981 (MFA/Dance, Connecticut College). In 1987 he founded David Dorfman Dance in NYC to create politically and socially relevant work. David has been a professor since 2004 at Connecticut College where DDD is Company-in-Residence. Look for “(A)Way Out of My Body” at Skirball/NYU - April 22, 23. David choreographed Broadway's “Indecent,” and has received a 2019 USA Fellowship in Dance, a Guggenheim, 4 NEA Fellowships, a Bessie, and a Lucille Lortel. David has also co-created “Live Sax Acts”, with Dan Froot – neo-vaudeville serio-comic duets which have toured the world.

Sarah Einspanier

Sarah Einspanier

Playwriting

Sarah Einspanier‘s plays include Lunch Bunch (Clubbed Thumb’s Winterworks and Summerworks, upcoming with The Play Company and Clubbed Thumb in March and April 2020), House Plant (upcoming at New York Theatre Workshop's Next Door in Feb 2020), I LOVE SEAN (Playwrights Realm Writing Fellow), The Convent of Pleasure (Cherry Lane’s Mentor Project with Sheila Callaghan), and MADONNA col BAMBINO created with composer Deepali Gupta and director Caitlin Sullivan (Ars Nova’s ANT Fest and the New Ohio’s Ice Factory, curated by New Georges). Her work has also been developed and presented by Ars Nova’s Play Group, Clubbed Thumb’s Early Career Writers’ Group, the New Georges Jam (co-leader), a New Georges Special Residency, and the Williamstown Theatre Festival’s Directing Studio. She has been a resident at the Millay Colony, SPACE on Ryder Farm, Cape Cod Theatre Project (Noel Coward Foundation Writer in Residence), the National Theater Institute, and Sewanee Writers’ Conference (Horton Foote Scholar with Naomi Iizuka), and has participated in Erik Ehn’s annual Texas Silent Writing Retreat.

Alexander Gemignani

Alexander Gemignani

Acting & Voice

Alexander Gemignani is an actor, composer/lyricist, musical director, orchestrator, educator and artistic director. Selected B'way: Carousel (Enoch), Violet (Father), Chicago (Billy), Les Mis (Valjean), Sweeney Todd (Beadle), Assassins (Hinckley). Off-B'way: Avenue Q (Brian). Regional: Hamilton in Chicago (King George). Concerts: Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center. His solo show, All At Once, premiered at Kennedy Center. He music directed and orchestrated Ragtime at Tisch (NYU). He is a member of the Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Writing Workshop, a U. of Mich. alum, and Artistic Director of NMTC.

Kolton Harris

Kolton Harris

Directing

Kolton Harris is an artist, musician, director, facilitator, and creative visionary from Groton, CT. He has worked as an arts administrative leader in various capacities for the past several years, developing arts integration curriculum focused on social justice and youth development. As a creative director, he has directed new works of theater, interdisciplinary events and community-based programming. As a fierce advocate for the centrality of art to the human experience, he has continued to build bridges between arts and different sectors to demonstrate the universal necessity for creativity in all fields and experiences.

Jessi Hill

Jessi Hill

Directing

Jessi Hill is a NYC-based director and teaching artist. She served as Associate Artistic Director of terraNOVA Collective where she co-created the Groundbreakers Playwrights Group and Groundworks new works program. She's currently Artistic Associate at Flying Carpet Theatre Co and Lit Director at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater. An SDC Denham Fellowship recipient, Women's Project Lab alum, and New Georges Affiliated Artist, Jessi has taught at Yale, Juilliard, and others. Her work has been seen internationally in Edinburgh, London, New Zealand, Berlin, and Hamburg. MFA: Yale. Member SDC.

Truth Hunter

Truth Hunter

Microaggressions & Implicit Biases

Truth Hunter obtained her bachelor's degree in Critical Social Thought with an emphasis in Post-Colonial studies at Mount Holyoke College. She then went on to pursue a graduate degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs so that she could advocate for underrepresented college students. Truth is currently the Director of Race and Ethnicity Programs at Connecticut College and facilitates social justice workshops for colleges across the Northeast.

Intimacy Directors International

Intimacy Directors International

Stage Combat & Intimacy Direction

Intimacy Directors International (IDI) is a not for profit organization pioneering the best practices for theatrical intimacy, simulated sex and performance nudity for theatre, tv and film.


Judi-Lewis (she/her/hers) is an intimacy/fight director, variety performer, stunt performer, and teaching artist.  As an actor, she has several regional and New York credits, including the title roles in Peter Pan, Sylvia, and Barefoot in the Park. Her work as a stunt performer has put her on the sets of Gotham, 30 Rock, Boardwalk Empire, Law & Order(s), and the feature films The Wolf of Wall St, Enchanted, and Across the Universe. Her fight/intimacy direction credits include A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Classic Stage, NYC); Hatef**k, Our Dear Dead Drug Lord (world premieres,WP Theater); A Raisin in the Sun/A Human, of Sorts (Williamstown Theater Festival).

 

She is an original member of Kendall Cornell’s Clowns Ex Machina, a critically acclaimed, all woman clown troupe performing in New York City since 2005, creating special commissioned pieces for Cirque Du Soliel & La Mama Etc. She teaches stage combat, clown and Intimacy for the Stage at NYU Tisch, The American Musical and Dramatic Academy, HB Studios and National Theater Institute. Judi has over 15 years experience as a special events entertainer and producer. Most recently, Judi premiered Rock n’ Roll Mother Goose!, her rollicking one woman family show, at the NY Clown Theater Festival to rave reviews, and it continues to tour the US. She lives in Brooklyn, NY with husband Chris, daughter Elah and new pup Freckles. She is an Intimacy Director with Intimacy Directors International; she leads workshops in Intimacy for the Stage for actors and designers at the NTI, HB Studios, NYU Tisch and The American Musical & Dramatic Academy, NYC. Visit: www.judilewisockler.com


Mitchell McCoy is a Fight Director, Intimacy Choreographer with Intimacy Directors International, Certified Teacher with the Society of American Fight Directors, actor, and Reiki Master based in New York. He has most recently assisted with the violence for Pretty Woman (Broadway), Therese Raquin (Broadway), Aladdin (Broadway), Aladdin (Japan), the first U.S. national tour of Newsies, and Cleveland Playhouse's Sherwood: The Adventures of Robinhood.

Aja Jackson

Aja Jackson

Lighting Design

Aja is a Boston based lighting designer working in theater, opera, dance, and interdisciplinary immersive performances. As an alumni from the Johnny Carson School of Theater and Film (UNL) she graduated with a BFA in Theatrical Design and BA in Dance, later receiving her MFA in Lighting Design from Boston University. Aja has designed for companies such as the American Repertory Theatre, The Public Theater's Under the Radar Festival, Boston Center for the Arts, and the Boston Conservatory. Aja is Resident Lighting Designer and core collaborator for interdisciplinary, site-specific movement company, Nourishment (www.thisisnourishment.com). She has also worked in production management with companies such as The Santa Fe Opera, Boston Lyric Opera, and the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.

Forrest McClendon

Forrest McClendon

Acting

Forrest McClendon is a Tony Award nominee for his Broadway debut in The Scottsboro Boys, which he reprised in Philadelphia (Barrymore Award—Best Supporting Actor in a Musical) and London, and he is featured on the Off-Broadway and West End recordings. Forrest is a Lunt-Fontanne Fellow, and recently received a Barrymore Award nomination for his portrayal of Ira Aldridge—the first black actor to play Othello at Covent Garden—in Lolita Chakrabarti’s Red Velvet. Recent master classes: Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Young Canadians of the Calgary Stampede, Hartt School.

David Adam Moore

David Adam Moore

Voice

Internationally recognized for his work as an opera performer, creative technologist, director, theatrical designer, composer, and educator, David performs leading baritone roles for institutions including the Met, La Scala, Covent Garden, PBS, BBC, Arte, and Erato Records. He has presented multimedia works for The Guggenheim, Lyric Opera of Chicago, New Amsterdam Records, and National Sawdust. His projection design work has been featured in Lighting and Sound America Magazine, and his award-winning photography has been published by the Frankfurter Allgemeine and Boosey & Hawkes. Moore serves on the faculties of Mannes School of Music, National Theater Institute, and UC Davis, and on tech advisory boards for San Diego Opera and Austin Opera.


www.davidadammoore.com

www.GLMMR.org

Jeff Moulton

Jeff Moulton

Dance/Choreography

Jeff has worked professionally in the entertainment industry for over 15 years.


Recently, Jeff helped to build the new Theatrical Ventures & Ticketed Experiences division at RWS Entertainment Group in NYC; spearheading creative development and general management of immersive experiences, national tours, and Broadway bound productions. Jeff also assisted in the launch of Stream Stage Productions; a new live event streaming services start-up.


As Director/ Choreographer, his work ranges from new musical productions and workshops to international arena tours and corporate events. Select teaching artist work: Disney’s Broadway Magic Masterclasses, Passport to Broadway - China, and Broadway’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

Kat Murphy

Kat Murphy

Art

Kat Murphy is an artist and designer who lives and works in New London. A founding member and former Artist in Residence at Hygienic Art, she is a professional decorative painter and venetian plaster artist. She has collaborated on window display design, installation art, prop sculpture, and lighting design. She creates intricate, color-rich, multilayered surfaces with vibrant color. Studies include RISD, the International Institute Madrid, and a fellowship at Griffis & Orpheus Foundation, Bulgaria. She drafted for Sol LeWitt "Wall Drawing #1196" at the New Britain Museum of American Art.

Erin O'Leary

Erin O'Leary

Alexander Technique

Erin O’Leary (she/her) teaches the Alexander Technique and is member of the American Society for the Alexander Technique (AmSAT). She trained in acting (BFA: DePaul University, MFA: University of Tennessee), is a member of Actors’ Equity and the National Alliance of Acting Teachers.


Erin primarily teaches actors in conservatory training and is interested in the integration of holistic wellness and imagination. In addition to NTI, Erin is a guest artist and rehearsal coach at Juilliard Drama Division.  She is associate faculty at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York and teaches privately in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

James Rushin

James Rushin

Music

Currently making his Broadway debut on keyboards for Freestyle Love Supreme, New York City-based multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer, and music director James Rushin is often at work developing new shows and new bands. Most recently you could find him working on new shows Far From Canterbury and as Slappi/Bass Guitar in Eighth Grade President. James is also at home in his recording studio in Long Island City and on stage with Brianna Barnes. He has taught college courses at Point Park and New York University among others and toured around the world with improv groups Northcoast, Limboland, and Baby Wants Candy.

Ren Dara Santiago

Ren Dara Santiago

Playwriting

Ren D. Santiago is an award-winning Fila-Rican playwright from Yonkers and Harlem. She wrote Something in the Balete Tree with support from Gingold Theatrical Groups, Clubbed Thumb and SPACE on Ryder Farm. She developed The Siblings Play at The Cherry Lane Theatre, Labyrinth Theater, MCC Theater, Ojai Playwrights Conference, and Rattlestick Playwrights Theater. A member of Rising Phoenix Rep, former Artistic Producer and founding member of Middle Voice at Rattlestick, and an eternal member of The Baldwin Project, Ren is the proud recipient of the MCC Alumni Award and Rising Phoenix Rep’s Cornelia Street Award.

Caitlin Sullivan

Caitlin Sullivan

Directing

Caitlin Sullivan is a New York based director and theater maker. Her recent work has been presented by Ars Nova, New Georges, New Ohio Theater, WP Theater, Danspace, Fuesebox Festival, the Drama League, On the Boards and Seattle Repertory Theatre. She is the Associate Director of HUNDRED DAYS and THE LUCKY ONES (by The Bengsons and Sarah Gancher, dir. Anne Kauffman) and was Resident Director for the HUNDRED DAYS tour. Before moving to New York, Caitlin co-founded Seattle's critically acclaimed Satori Group. As Artistic Director, she created and/or directed seven original works. She spent several summers as the Artistic Director of the Williams College Summer Theatre Lab, where she developed new work with Martyna Majok, The Bengsons, Mallery Avidon, Dipika Guha, and Caroline McGraw. In addition to Williams, she has worked as a teacher and/or director at NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Rutgers University, Cornish College of the Arts, and the National Theater Institute. Born and raised in Boston (Dorchester!), MA, Caitlin is a graduate of Williams College, an alum of the Drama League Directors Project and Next Stage Artist Residency, a Clubbed Thumb 2019-2020 Directing Fellow, a member of the New Georges Jam and a New Georges Affiliate Artist.

Melisa Tien

Melisa Tien

Playwriting

Melisa Tien is a New York-based playwright, lyricist, and librettist.  She is the author of the plays The Boyd Show, Best Life, Yellow Card, Red Card, Familium Vulgare, and Refrain. She is a co-author of the collaboratively written plays We Play for the Gods and Jackson Heights 3AM.  Her musical Mary will have a workshop at New Dramatists in September 2019.  Her play Best Life was selected to participate in the 2018 Bushwick Starr Reading Series.  Her play Yellow Card, Red Card was presented as part of the Ice Factory Festival in 2017 at the New Ohio Theatre, and prior to that had a workshop production at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in 2016.  In addition to being a resident playwright at New Dramatists, Melisa is a Lyricist in the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop, a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow in Playwriting/Screenwriting, a Walter E. Dakin Fellow at the Sewanee Writers' Conference, and a recipient of the Theater Masters Visionary Playwright Award. She has been a resident of the MacDowell Colony and the Millay Colony, and was a member of the 2010-2012 Women’s Project Lab. She's also been a nominee for the Weissberger Award and the Smith Prize.  She has presented work at the Great Plains Theatre Conference, the Women Playwrights International Conference, and the National Asian American Theatre Conference and Festival.  She teaches playwriting at SUNY Purchase, and has also taught at the National Theatre Institute, Center for Talented Youth, The 52nd Street Project, and Columbia University.  She holds a BA from UCLA, an MFA from Columbia University, and a culinary diploma from the French Culinary Institute.

Anne Tofflemire

Anne Tofflemire

Singing

Raised in Northern California, Anne Tofflemire starred in the San Fran productions of Side by Side by Sondheim and Rap Master Ronnie. After being discovered by lyricist Sammy Cahn, she toured in Sammy Cahn: Words and Music. Other credits include Peter Pan, West Side Story, A Little Night Music, and Gypsy. Winner of the Bistro Award for Outstanding Vocalist, she appeared in NYC at Birdland, Firebird Café, Delmonico’s, and Eighty Eights, at the Plush Room in San Fran and the Gardenia in LA. Her CD is Let’s Face the Music. She teaches at Neighborhood Music School and Yale, as well as privately.

Vita Tzykun

Vita Tzykun

Costume Design

Victoria (Vita) Tzykun [tsee-‘koon] is a creative director and production designer for stage and film. She has designed for Lady Gaga, the Bolshoi Theater, PBS, Norwegian Opera, Direct TV, and Lyric Opera of Chicago among others. Her work was given a solo exhibition at the National Opera Center in NYC, and she was nominated for Designer of the Year by the International Opera Awards. Holding an MFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Vita has given masterclasses at Carnegie Hall, SDSU, UMKC, Mannes, and Montclair State University. She serves on the faculties of UC Davis and the National Theater Institute and has served on advisory boards for the National Endowment for the Arts, San Diego Opera, and Austin Opera.


www.vitavision.net

www.glmmr.org

Marya Ursin

Marya Ursin

Yoga/Mask

Marya Ursin is a dancer/mime/yogi/writer. She studied primarily with Merce Cunningham, trained in mime with Marcel Marceau, performed at BAM, DTW, Walker Arts Center, etc., and continues to train in ballet. As Artistic Director of Mystic Paper Beasts, she has performed in over 1000 venues--schools, colleges, museums, festivals, prisons--and is an artist under YAMa. She is Executive Director of Dragon’s Egg, which she dream-visioned. She assembles/directs performances based on texts e.g. The Inferno, Life is a Dream, Animal Farm. BA Art History, MA Integrative Health & Healing, LMT, RYT 500.

Josh Wilder

Josh Wilder

Playwriting

Josh Wilder is a playwright from Philadelphia. His work has been developed and produced across the country, including at NY Theatre Workshop, InterAct Theatre Company, National Playwrights Conference, Company One, and Milwaukee Rep. Commissions include Love’s Labour’s Lost for Oregon Shakespeare Festival and She A Gem for The Kennedy Center. Recipient of the Lorraine Hansberry Award, and an ASCAP Cole Porter Prize, Josh was a Jerome Fellow at The Playwrights’ Center; has been in residence at Royal Court Theatre; Sundance at Ucross; and served as Co-Artistic Director at Yale Cabaret. MFA: Yale.

Malik Work

Malik Work

Building a Character

Malik Work is a NYC based teaching artist-actor-writer-musician and a founding member of The Real Live Show, a groundbreaking jazz/hip hop conglomerate. He wrote and performed a one-man hip hop musical Verses@Work, for which he was nominated for Best Solo Performance at the AUDELCO Awards. His film of the same title was featured in the Harlem International Film Festival and won the International Spotlight Award at the LA Brazilian Film Festival. He’s done Off-Broadway, TV, radio, voice-over, commercials, as well as film. He teaches in NYC and beyond. He has a BA in theatre from Conn. College.

 

TEACHING ARTISTS

These artists teach classes throughout the semester.

Obi Abili

Obi Abili

Performance

Sophia Chapadjiev

Sophia Chapadjiev

Script Analysis

Tiffani Gavin

Tiffani Gavin

Producing

Em Kramm

Em Kramm

Dance

Kym Moore

Kym Moore

Directing

Alicia Rodis

Alicia Rodis

Intimacy Direction

Virginia Anderson

Virginia Anderson

Musical Scene Study

Reginald Douglas

Reginald Douglas

Directing

Deidre Goodwin

Deidre Goodwin

Dance

Elena Kuzina

Elena Kuzina

Biomechanics

Matt Newton

Matt Newton

On-Camera Acting

Dawn Saito

Dawn Saito

Butoh

Susan Blackwell

Susan Blackwell

Creativity

Bridey Elliott

Bridey Elliott

Filmmaking

Addie Gorlin

Addie Gorlin

Directing

Jody McAuliffe

Jody McAuliffe

Directing

Adesola Osakalumi

Adesola Osakalumi

Movement

Jude Sandy

Jude Sandy

Acting/Directing

Adam Bock

Adam Bock

Playwriting

Melissa Firlit

Melissa Firlit

Directing/Devising

David Jaffe

David Jaffe

Chekhov/Ensemble

Patrese McClain

Patrese McClain

Acting

Ken Prestininzi

Ken Prestininzi

Playwriting

Madeline Sayet

Madeline Sayet

Directing

Michael Bradford

Michael Bradford

Directing

Julie Foh

Julie Foh

Voice

Jake Jeppson

Jake Jeppson

Playwriting

Brian McManamon

Brian McManamon

Acting

Scott Richards

Scott Richards

Directing/Composing

Aimée Steele

Aimée Steele

Voice

 

GUEST ARTISTS

These are some of the artists who you might work with.

Oberon K.A. Adjepong

Oberon K.A. Adjepong

Acting

Hunter Bell

Hunter Bell

Producing

Josh Breckenridge

Josh Breckenridge

Dance

Gisela Cardenas

Gisela Cardenas

Directing

Carmel Dean

Carmel Dean

Composing

Marcus Gardley

Marcus Gardley

Playwriting

Jo Holcomb

Jo Holcomb

Dramaturgy

Judy Kuhn

Judy Kuhn

Music Theater

Kevin Newbury

Kevin Newbury

Directing

Lorenzo Pisoni

Lorenzo Pisoni

Physical Storytelling

Paul Thureen

Paul Thureen

Theatermaking

David Zheng

David Zheng

Playwriting

Greg Allen

Greg Allen

Neo-Futurism

Michael Beresse

Michael Beresse

Directing

Elaine Bromka

Elaine Bromka

Acting On Camera

Kirsten Childs

Kirsten Childs

Music Theater

Peg Denithorne

Peg Denithorne

Directing

Wendy C. Goldberg

Wendy C. Goldberg

Directing

Christine Toy Johnson

Christine Toy Johnson

Music Theater

Michael John LaChiusa

Michael John LaChiusa

Music Theater

Caitlin O'Connell

Caitlin O'Connell

Directing

Yael Rasooly

Yael Rasooly

Puppetry

Anne Washburn

Anne Washburn

Playwriting

Pam Arciero

Pam Arciero

Puppetry

Emily Bergl

Emily Bergl

Acting

James Bundy

James Bundy

Directing

Victoria Clark

Victoria Clark

Music Theater

Nandita Dinesh

Nandita Dinesh

Immersive Theater

Anita Gonzalez

Anita Gonzalez

Cultural Landscapes

Hansol Jung

Hansol Jung

Playwriting

Emma Miller

Emma Miller

Directing

Kelli O'Hara

Kelli O'Hara

Music Theater

Seret Scott

Seret Scott

Directing

Roy Alexander Weise

Roy Alexander Weise

Directing

Michelle Bach-Coulibaly

Michelle Bach-Coulibaly

Authentic Movement

Jonathan Bernstein

Jonathan Bernstein

Directing

Joe Calarco

Joe Calarco

Directing

Jeremy Cohen

Jeremy Cohen

Directing

Colman Domingo

Colman Domingo

Acting

Rachel Hauck

Rachel Hauck

Design

Jeslyn Kelly

Jeslyn Kelly

Movement

Anna-Maria Nabirye

Anna-Maria Nabirye

Acting

Lee Overtree

Lee Overtree

Improvisation

Caridad Svich

Caridad Svich

Playwriting

Derron Wood

Derron Wood

Puppetry

Bill Barclay

Bill Barclay

Composing

Hannah Bos

Hannah Bos

Theatermaking

Christine Caleo

Christine Caleo

Alexander Technique

Kia Corthron

Kia Corthron

Playwriting

Erin Duran

Erin Duran

Gender & Sexuality

Ethan Heard

Ethan Heard

Directing

Imogen Knight

Imogen Knight

Movement

Shakina Nayfack

Shakina Nayfack

Producing

Tonya Pinkins

Tonya Pinkins

Music Theater

Jeanine Tesori

Jeanine Tesori

Music Theater

Derrick Yanford

Derrick Yanford

Dance

 
NATIONAL THEATER INSTITUTE

NATIONAL THEATER INSTITUTE

NTI-ADVANCED DIRECTING

NTI-ADVANCED DIRECTING

NTI-ADVANCED PLAYWRITING

NTI-ADVANCED PLAYWRITING

MOSCOW ARTS THEATER SEMESTER

MOSCOW ARTS THEATER SEMESTER

NATIONAL MUSIC THEATER INSTITUTE

NATIONAL MUSIC THEATER INSTITUTE

THEATERMAKERS SUMMER INTENSIVE

THEATERMAKERS SUMMER INTENSIVE

INTERNATIONAL THEATRE MFA/MA

INTERNATIONAL THEATRE MFA/MA