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In 1993, she directed the world premiere of Steve Reich and Beryl Korot’s opera at the Vienna Festival and Brooklyn Academy of Music. Perloff is on the board of the Hermitage Artist Retreat in Sarasota, Florida, and is the proud mother of Lexie and Nicholas. He spent 21 years as executive director of the San Francisco Symphony, a period that included the tenures of music directors Edo De Waart, Herbert Blomstedt, and Michael Tilson Thomas, and during which the orchestra increased its endowment from $12 million to $120 million. He has been a guest lecturer at New York University and an instructor at the Einhorn School of Performing Arts at Primary Stages. Some of his highlights at NJPAC include: (w/ Two River Theater, dir. T.'s celebrated in-depth study guide for each subscription production. Board of Trustees during its most recent strategic planning process and has been instrumental in the resulting expansion of A. ), Vincent Amelio has been involved in theater administration as well as youth and community services for over a decade. in Professional Voice Practice from the Birmingham School of Acting, and an M. STEPHEN BUESCHER (Head of Movement and Physical Theater) is an actor, director, and teacher who has taught physical theater in various master's programs, including Brown University/Trinity Rep Consortium, Yale School of Drama, the University of Connecticut, and the University of Missouri-Kansas City. T.'s ACTsmart education and outreach community programs, Young Conservatory, Summer Training Congress, San Francisco Semester, and M. He starred in the West Coast premiere of with the San Francisco Symphony, conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas.
Also in 2012, Erika was nominated for a Helen Hayes Award in choreography for of directed by Aaron Posner at the Folger Theater/ Washington DC.Bielstein was also managing director of Actors Theatre of Louisville for 10 seasons. Program from a two- to a three-year program and the further integration of the M. In Los Angeles, she served as the founding program coordinator for the Liberation Arts and Community Engagement (LACE) Center. Davis is a founder of The Collective: The Depth of Black Arts, a multidisciplinary arts organization striving to establish spaces in which artists present and preserve African American cultural traditions. Buescher is a graduate of the Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theater and the California Institute of the Arts. Carlin is a Lecturer at the University of California Santa Cruz and teaches for Cal Shakes, A. T., Berkeley Rep, Stagebridge, and coaches privately. ) is an award-winning playwright, director, performer and teacher.In Louisville, she served on the boards of the Louisville Downtown Development Corporation, Greater Louisville Inc., and the Arts and Cultural Attractions Council, as well as serving as a review panelist for the National Endowment for the Arts. During that time, she has overseen the expansion of the M. Struch also worked with Peer Health Exchange for three years in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Oakland. in theater from California State University, Northridge. He has directed The Collective's annual Depth of Black Arts festival (2013) and CARLY CIOFFI is an actor, director, producer, and teacher. She taught acting and devising theater at pre-college programs, Boston University and the Olney Theatre Center in Maryland, and currently teaches acting in the adult theater program, Studio A. MATT CHAPMAN is a performer, director, and teacher of physical theatre and clown. She holds a BA in comparative literature from Brown University and an MFA in acting from A. He was Artistic Director of Art Street Theatre, San Francisco, from 1995 to 2004, during which time he wrote, directed and performed in numerous productions for the company. as general manager in 2011, DON-SCOTT COOPER managed more than 50 theater productions in New York and was general manager at Second Stage Theatre for six seasons. she supports new and veteran teaching artists with curriculum design and pedagogy and trains the MFA students in Citizen Artist practices. Jasmin also specializes in social justice and cultural competency education and has led trainings and workshops for teachers and students at A. T., Aim High, San Francisco State University, People of Color in Independent Schools (POCIS), and at the Empowering Women of Color Conference at UC Berkeley. After receiving a Daniel Webster Scholarship at Webster University St. T.’s high school programs, Jasmin has taught theater and written and directed plays for elementary and middle school aged students at the Children’s Day School, Aim High, Young Performers Theater, Fusion camp, and the YMCA in San Francisco.She also directs plays such as at Intersection and La Mama/ NYC.
Erika has been a guest artist at universities such as UC Berkeley, California College of the Arts, UC Davis, University of San Francisco, San Diego State, and Naropa University.
Scott Fitzgerald's The Debutante and Avery Hopwood's Fair and Warmer (Playscripts); and editor of Hopwood's unpublished novel, The Great Bordello, a Story of the Theatre (Mondial).
He is graduate of the University of Michigan and holds a Ph. in theater history and dramatic literature from the University of Utah.
He has a private practice in San Francisco and Rome. LYNNE SOFFER, actor, teacher, director, dialect and text coach, has taught for A. T., Berkeley Rep School of Theatre, San Jose State University, PCPA Theaterfest, Voicetrax, Marin Theatre Company, and Alaska Artists in Schools Programs. T., Berkeley Repertory Theatre, San Jose Repertory Theatre, Theatre Works, Sacramento Theatre Company, California Shakespeare Theater, Alaska Repertory Theater, Magic Theatre, Encore Theatre Company, Word for Word Performing Arts Company, Golden Thread Productions, San Francisco Opera, and Arizona Theatre Company, and will be directing ELYSE SHAFARMAN (Alexander Technique) teaches Alexander Technique at A. T., Berkeley Rep School of Theatre, and in private practice in San Francisco and Berkeley. Her background includes a master's degree in physiological psychology, a ten-year career as a modern dancer, and training in a wide array of movement disciplines, including Gyrotonics, Svaroopa Yoga, and Body-Mind Centering.
LISA ANNE PORTER (Co-Head of Voice and Dialects) has served on the faculties of UC Davis, San Francisco State University, Shakespeare & Company, The Tepper Center (New York City), Naropa University, California Shakespeare Theater, and Berkeley Repertory Theatre. program at Syracuse University (2001–06), where in her first year teaching, she was awarded the Most Inspirational Faculty Award. She has coached over 260 shows including the World Premiere of . She trained with Frank Ottiwell at the Alexander Training Institute of San Francisco and continued that education for many years by assisting in Ottiwell's classes at A. She has taught Alexander Technique elsewhere around the Bay Area at Elephant Pharmacy, The French American International High School, and San Francisco State University.
In 2011, Erika was commissioned by Chang Mu Dance Company and Daejeon Metropolitan Dance Company in Korea to create two works inspired by and in collaboration with North Korean defectors.