THEATRE PROFESSIONALS CONTACT SHEET FOR REMOTE SPEAKING/WORKSHOPS DURING COVID-19
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THEATRE PROFESSIONALS INTERESTED IN SPEAKING/WORKSHOP OPPORTUNITIES WITH SCHOOLS AND UNIVERSITIES DURING COVID-19
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Erin CronicanCareer coaching, monologue coaching, or coaching on self-producing. I've been a career coach for 18 years and have run my own theater company in NYC for 10 years. I've been a member of SAG-AFTRA for 15 years and AEA for 18 years. erin@erincronican.comwww.theactorsenterprise.org / www.seeingplacetheater.comNew York, NY (EST)
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Connor HoganDevised performer with skills in physical theatre, dance theatre, puppetry, drag, mask work, Shakespeare and classics, bouffon, satire, clown. EMC eligible. Heavy copywriting and marketing background as well c.hogan18@gmail.comN/A as of now (will updated) Philadelphia, PA (EST)
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Emily GilsonProfessional actor and voiceover artist. Licensed substitute teacher in urban schools, experienced youth theatre teacher: improv with kids/teens, playwriting, dialogue, masks, puppetry, (have also directed); for older students - being a DIY voiceover narrator; being a working actor on a limited income; how to make a day job work for you. classically trained in Shakespeare, classics, classical movement and voice. 9 years experience in retail/organizational management and tourism - WILD about history and languagesemgilson90@yahoo.com OR egilsondc@gmail.com (yahoo sometimes goes to spam)www.emilygilsonactor.com / https://www.linkedin.com/in/emilyhgilson/Washington DC Metro Area (Virginia, Maryland) (EST)
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Rebecca KiserAfter school theater teaching (4 yo-16 years), musical theater, resume review, administrative and scheduling experience, professional time management and organizational experience. Writing. Tutor: teaching K-adult how to read, reading comprehension and math. Pet care, babysitting/nannying. EMC and SAG-AFTRA Eligible rebecca,y,kiser@gmail.comN/A (will post link)Washington DC Metro Area (Virginia, Maryland) (EST)
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Sharleigh ThomsonProfessional actor and recent graduate, performing with an award winning educational theatre company (TIGER - Theatre Integrating Guidance, Education, and Responsibilty) out of Plymouth State University. Also an emerging playwright and experienced stage manager and children's theatre director. Open to career coaching, monologue coaching, MT singing/acting coaching, stage management discussions, editing, playwrighting, resume editing, social change brainstorming, etc. Love tutoring on all subjects. Would also be open to a Q&A. I know I'm new as a pro but I've been in the stock world for YEARS and would love to talk about theatre and the arts in rural areas/other ways of pursuing theatre professionally. sharleigh.t@outlook.comsharleighthomson.weebly.comCentral New Hampshire (EST)
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Amelia NicklesBroadway actress with a B.A. in Performance from Fordham University and an M.F.A. in Acting from the American Repertory Theatre at Harvard University. I coach middle, high school and college students. I have been teaching for ten years and excel at coaching monologue and scene work. I'm very experienced in Shakespeare and enjoy teaching any genre.actingwithamelia@gmail.comFacebook and Instagram: Acting with AmeliaWashington DC Metro Area (Virginia, Maryland) (EST)
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Lauren CuretHouse Manager, Actress, Writer, Box Office Attendant. I can speak on managing conservatory life and a job while looking for work as a performer. I can also speak on the proper way to manage a House Staff in times of chaos. laurencuret@gmail.comN/A New York, NY (EST)
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Ashley GriffinBroadway performer and writer whose work has been developed at MTC, Playwrights Horizons, ATA, La MaMa and others. The first person in history to be nominated for a major award for both playing and directing HAMLET, I recently won the WellLife Network award and a county commendation for my off-Broadway show TRIAL directed by Lori Petty. I've taught Shakespeare and Theater History at NYU and movement at Columbia. I can speak on developing new material from multiple vantage points, working as a commercial writer and performer, Shakespeare and more. ashleygriffinofficial@gmail.comwww.ashleygriffinofficial.comTypically NY, NY (EST) but because of Broadway shut downs I may be going to PST
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Catie OsbornLectures and workshops in Shakespeare, English/Renaissance history, costume design and magic. I have two master's degrees in Shakespeare and currently work as a Shakespeare tutor and coach in Atlanta, GA. I have extensive lecturing/teaching experience and would be happy to provide my teaching resume upon request!catie.osborn@gmail.comwww.catieosborn.comAtlanta, GA (EST)
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Amy OestreicherI’m Audie award-nominated playwright, performer, and multidisciplinary creator. A singer, librettist, and visual artist, I’ve toured my one-woman musical Gutless & Grateful, to over 200 venues from 54 Below to Barrington Stage Company since its 2012 BroadwayWorld nominated NYC debut, and the script is frequently licensed to students for their academic performance projects. I also tour the musical as a mental health and sexual assault prevention program for college students.My short plays have been performed at immigration conferences, universities, and one-act festivals, and my monologues and original songs are also available for audition material on PerformerStuff. I have a background in musical theatre, great deal of experience as a devised performer, and also have my professional development certificate in teaching momentwork with Tectonic Theater Project. I lead workshops on storytelling, creating multimedia theatre, theatricalizing oral histories, and creating solo performance. I’ve also given three TEDx Talks on transforming trauma through creativity, and give presentations and lectures to schools, conferences, and arts organizations on theatre’s ability to drive a community ethos towards inclusion. I’m also a reviewer for BroadwayWorld and freelancer with contributions to Backstage, Theatre Times, Howlround, and others. Teaching artist in Connecticut and New York. Happy to send you my resume!amyoes70@gmail.comwww.amyoes.comCT and NYC (EST)
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Katie Kay ChelenaMember of the New York Neo-Futurists and co-chair of our Education branch. Can talk about new work creation, devising, finding your niche as a multi-hyphenate, and can also facilitate a Neo-Futurist specific lecture/class in conjunction with the company. I am also a teaching artist, working with hundreds of students of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities to find their voice and create art that empowers them. I also organize accountability groups for artists, most recently facilitating a challenge to write 27 Poems in 27 Days. I studied Dramatic Art and Creative Writing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and trained with SITI Company. KatieChelena@gmail.com or Katie@nynf.orgKatieKayChelena.comNYC
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Yahshebadar RokerNew Ensemble Member of Rising Sun Performance Company. Obtained Master's in Film/Television & Bachelor's of Arts In Theatre & Dance. Most Recently, taught theater and english internationally in Chengdu, China as the head Drama instructor. I have drama instructor experience for five plus years, having taught students of many different ages and socio-economic backgrounds. y.r.roker@gmail.com
https://yahshebadar.wixsite.com/yahroker https://www.linkedin.com/in/yahshebadar-roker-12804617b/ https://www.instagram.com/yeahshebadder/
NYC/ NJ (EST)
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Petrona Xemi TapepechulArtistic Director of Angel Rose Artist Collective, the first professional theatre company in Washington, DC run entirely by Native American Transgender Artists; eligible for the 2020 Helen Hayes Award - John Aniello Award for Outstanding Emerging Theatre Company. Award Winning author and playwright. Nominee for the 2019 Lambda Literary Award in Bisexual Poetry. Winner of the 2019 DC Mayor's Arts Awards - Writer Award. Classically trained actor, theatre maker for young audiences, and an advocate for gender, migrant, diability, and langauge justice in the arts.xemi@xemiyulu.comxemiyulu.comWashington, DC (EST)
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Michael GumActor, set designer & cerpenter, editor, and a myriad of other film jobs in the indie world. I also am a substitue teacher who loves applying theatrical elements to keep a classroom interesting, and have recently started VO coaching. I am also a huge geek, who impliments analog games into acting work (such as paper and pen RPGs for character building, improv work, and writing). BFA in acting for film and TV.mikegumacting@gmail.com; mikegumfilm@gmail.comn/aLos Angeles (PST)
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Crystal Marie Stewart2nd year MFA actor, and professional actor for almost a decade. Shakespeare scholar and co founder of the Guerrilla Shakespeare company, plus been a working teaching artist for over seven years. Offering monologue rep and performance coaching, graduate school audition advice and coaching, Shakespeare workshops, and teaching artist training. crystal-m-stewart@uiowa.edu https://crystal-m-stewart.wixsite.com/crystal
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Bethany KayNYC-based television, film, and theatre actor known for teaching the business of the business and how best to transition from conservatory training into the marketplace. I also coach auditions and how to find audition rep- monologues and scenes. Upcoming opp Mark Ruffalo on I KNOW THIS MUCH IS TRUE. Clients worldwide in all mediums.bethanykayactor@gmail.comwww.bethanykayactor.comBased in NYC but I'm a night owl
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Lauren Alice SmithProfessional Singer, Actor, and Dancer who has consistently worked in NYC and regional markets for close to a decade. BFA Musical Theatre. Social Media Manager for a mid-sized regional dinner theatre. Speaker, Presentation and TED talk coach, mainly in the coprorate world. Experience with working with kids teaching dance, musical theatre, acting the song, etc, ages 2 - 18. laurenalicesmith@gmail.comlaurenalicesmith.comMid-Atlantic (EST)
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Erin CarrBody Language Consultant/Physical Theatre Creator/Life Coach, focusing on unlocking an individual's physical narrative. erin@erincarr.comwww.erincarr.comCincinnati, OH (EST)
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Jen Rabbitt RingI am a designation-trained Linklater Voice teacher, acting, public speaking and audition coach with specialties in Michael Chekhov technique, Meisner and Hagen based acting approaches, speech and accents, classical text, clown and generally exploring psychophysical connection. My approach is well-suited to on-camera work as well as live performance. I also work with clients on practicing mindfulness and developing techniques to manage performance anxiety of all sorts. I have a particular interest and background in working with the LGBT community. I'm currently based at Shakespeare and Company in Lenox, Mass where i am working with Kevin Coleman and Tina Packer on helping actors explore their personal connection to Shakespeare's texts (stay tuned for possible online opportunities here), but I am a DC actor with an MFA from Rutgers, extensive additional professional training and 10+ years of experience teaching at the college level in addition to working with professionals and student actors of all ages. Skype sessions available and I also offer written guides for warm-ups and daily exercises. Jen.rabbitt.ring@gmail.comLenox, Massachussetts/DC/NYC EST
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Jen HopeI'm an operatically trained singer who has been a working actor since age 16. I've done tours and regional shows. I have also coached young singers, actors, dancers, and performers for over 20 years. I teach audition technique,vocal technique, and performance technique. I have specialties in repertoire selection, working with technology to find what you need and create demos and websites, and figuring out how to begin your career after or during your arts education. JenHopeDiva@gmail.comwww. JenHopeDiva. comNYC, PA, FL EST
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Susan MurphyWork-a-day voice over actor and vocal (speaking) teacher offering ZOOM seminars on Finding Your Perfect Pitch. Geared toward college age students interested in theatre, TV and podcasting.susanmurphy400@gmail.comN/ANC, EST
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Aimy TienActor, storyteller, poet, producer can teach workshops in devising, personal narrative, poetry, also offering script consultation and editing as well, also faciliate EDI workshops, can discuss film and stage producinghello@aimytien.comaimytien.comIL, CST
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Maria WodzinskaPhysical theatre and devising performer and director. Graduated from the Jacques Lecoq school and specializes in physical theatre pedagogies that combine Lecoq and Grotowski forms. Over 10 years of experience working with puppetry. MA Theatre & Performance studies from York Universitymariaklara.wodzinska@gmail.commariawodzinska.com or goathowl.comEST
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James CrichtonOff-Broadway show, Unknown Soldier, just closed early due to COVID-19 precautions. I specialize in vocal performance and coaching as well as repertoire/material selection, monologue selection and coaching. Professional actor regionally, national tour, off-broadway, etc. BFA in Acting from Hofstra University. Pianist/accompanist as well. jamescrichton08@gmail.comjames-crichton.comNew York, NY
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Iliana Lucero BarronBilingual Teaching Artist and Professional Actress! I have worked in all areas and aspects of the entertainment industry, ranging from Film/TV (PA, Acting, Screenplay Writing, Directing,Editing, etc.), Theatre (Acting, Playwriting, Directing, Stagemanging, Assistant Stage Managing, Props, Supervisor for Youth Performers, etc.) to the Rock-N-Roll industry (Stage Hand, Down Rigging, Wardrobe, Spotlight, Lighting, etc). I have worked with all ages. My focus with my teaching artist work is primarily at the Denver Center for Performing Arts and working with our Education Department. Primarily, working with ages Pre-K to High School. As for acting, my work ranges all over the Denver Community, this is in stage readings, plays, and musicals. I also do the Denver Center for Performing Arts seasonal tour Shakespeare in the Parking Lot. Which includes school/ public performances, as well as, workshopping with students (Middle-High School).lucero024@gmail.comDenver, CO (MTN)
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Jen Varbalowset designer ,scenic artist, scenic carpenter,teaching artistjvarbalow@yahoo.comwww.jenvarbalow.com NYC
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Allan MillerMaster acting teacher who has taught at Yale School of Drama, NYU and Actors Studioallan.miller@sbcglobal.nethttp://www.allanmiller.org/Los Angeles
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Matthew RossoffBroadway performer. Creator of BODY PRESENCE WORKSHOP -- This actor training aims to refine the interplay between internal sensation with external movement for musical theatre performers. Simply, how can an actor FEEL the WORDS they're MOVING. MFA in Acting with specialization in Teaching (York University), Voice and Speech (Linklater-based progression and training), certified yoga instructor and proficient in guiding mindfulness and meditations to elevate artistic process. Currently based in Toronto with dual citizenship (US/Canada). Available for workshops and mentorships. bodypresenceworkshop@gmail.comwww.matthewrossoff.comToronto/NYC
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Kimberly Faye GreenbergClasses offered via zoom or any video conferencing service:
Kimberly@kimberlyfayegreenberg.com
Www.thebroadwayexpert.comNYC (EST)
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HOW TO GET AN AGENT (tips, tricks and templates to get Rep,) includes marketing and strategy for branding, cover letters, social media, interviews, how to find an agent right for the performer, how to follow up as well as examining photos and Resumes of students in the class, course is 90 minutes to 2 hours, this course is taught in NYC for beginners to Broadway, online via Teachable and I've taught via zoom to universities . Testimonials on my website.
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2) MARKETING AND STRATEGY for the performer - involves tons of tips and info on creating momentum upon graduation . Things that are covered are social media, headshots/resumes, marketing materials, auditions, submissions websites and cover letters, creating your own WORK. Course is 45 minutes with a 15 minute q & a. Course has been taught online and as a special workshop at a film festival.
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3. Working backstage on Broadway including intro to unions, Resumes and cover letters ( I work with many on this who now have Broadway shows )
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ABOUT ME: Kimberly Faye Greenberg is the first and only actor to play leading roles in two Off-Broadway musicals at the same time. In addition, Kimberly’s numerous portrayals of a Fanny Brice (4 shows/2 CDs) have been critically acclaimed by the New York Times, Huffington Post, and Associated Press. Kimberly has worked backstage as a Broadway wardrobe swing dresser on over 20 Broadway shows, including “Mean Girls,” “Something Rotten,” and “The Lion King.” As a performing arts consultant, Kimberly loves to inspire, educate and work with proactive artists to help conquer the New York market and encourages all wanting to work in the performing arts community to embrace their own uniqueness and find their own niche. In addition, as an all around Broadway expert, Kimberly’s interviews, articles, and Broadway content has been featured and gone viral across a variety of news outlets.
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Rebecca GraulRebecca Graul started playing piano for live theater at age 17 and never stopped! With over twenty years of experience in musical direction, accompaniment and vocal health, Rebecca specializes in demystifying all things theatrical! She is as accompanist with LAUSD's Gifted and Talented Conservatory and in addition to her Teaching Artist work with Center Theatre Group and position as Music Supervisor of the Youth Academy of Dramatic Arts (YADA), she is the resident vocal health guide for Kaiser Permanente's Educational Theatre company and even writes original songs for their touring educational musicals. Rebecca holds a BFA from Cal State Fullerton and has composed/produced music for films, commercials, web series, musicals and TV shows, and currently works to establish thriving theatre programs in underfunded schools with the Disney Musicals in Schools program. You can find her all over southern California promoting conservatory music and theatre in schools, hoping to make music accessible to all! *I ALSO OFFER WORKSHOPS IN DEMISTIFYING SHEET MUSIC/AUDITION CUTS, MAPPNG VOCAL RANGE AND CAN RECORD PIANO TRACKS REMOTELY!rebeccayadarocks@gmail.com
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Elizabeth (Lisa) LiangI lead college workshops on creating a solo show, with emphasis on the intersections of identity. My experience: created Alien Citizen: An Earth Odyssey, an intercultural one-woman show that toured in 14 states and 6 countries. It's now on film: https://gumroad.com/l/fDkGJacsoloshow@gmail.comhttps://interculturalstorytelling.comPacific Time. Happy to work with other time zones.
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Ash SanbornI lead classes/workshops on the entrepreneurial side of getting your work out there: festivals, finding a director collaborator, crowdfunding, casting, and ways to tell your story. ashsanborn@fiercegoodcauses.orghttps://fiercegoodcaues.orgCentral Time but can work with others
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Christopher Carter SandersonFounding artistic and producing director of Gorilla Rep NYC. Immersive theatre praxis since 1992, guest lectures on directing classics, commissioning new work, playwriting, physical theatre discussion. kit.sanderson@gmail.comhttps://www.amazon.com/Gorilla-Theater-Practical-Performing-Anywhere-ebook/dp/B00FQDH75W/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Gorilla+Theatre+Sanderson&qid=1584456375&sr=8-1&swrs=48F124DA9FA9C672AB4340DC9C7E62B1
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Gillian BeattieSelf development mentor for creatives in their career. I work to help the complete person through their physical, practical and emotional wellbeing. I am the podcast host for Dance Inspire and I blog on various issues for creatives. I am a therapist in Occupational Safety of Health & Wellbeing and want to help people in these crazy times.admin@gillianbeattie.comhttps://www.gillianbeattie.com/
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Kate BergstromDirector who teaches intermedia directing online at New School, RISD + NYU, workshops in Fuchs' Small Planet, Directing and divising with the internet as tool, Auditioning (for Dir +Actors.) Public Speaking Coach + Voice over artist. Willing and able to help with presentation coaching, auditioning, class workshops, divising for online performance etc. kmebergstrom@gmail.com (Agent: UTA, Kaye-Phillips)www.katebergstrom.com
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Anil Sebastian Anil Sebastian (Kamalagharan) is a BAME non-binary identifying artist/creative director/curator. Founded pioneering choir London Contemporary Voices (LCV) 2010 with performances at most major venues in London; worked with 19 Grammy-winners/nominees; curated large-scale concerts with multiple collaborators at venues such as Union Chapel (best show 2018), QEH Southbank. Highlights include 2019 Proms (Public Service Broadcasting, Multi- Story Orchestra); 2017 Proms (Heritage Orchestra, Jules Buckley, plus guests); recording the Harry Potter & The Cursed Child soundtrack; performing with U2 for a BBC One TV Special Live from Abbey Road; features on 2 UK Top10 albums (including a no.1); performing with the BBCConcertOrchestra (BBCRadio2 AbbeyRd Beatles Special and Easter Special 2019). Established young and diverse audience and popular social media channels. The choir’s live performances have been filmed, recorded and then released on YouTube to large and engaged online following (8080 Subscribers; ~7 million views). Awarded PRS Momentum Funding (2017), Arts Council DYCP (2019) for TrAnSition as a composer, singer and producer to create an innovative AI vocal app. Recently contributed 3 compositions to Guy Sigsworth’s album Stet (Universal), the legendary producer’s debut album. Engaged as a composer and writer on the Living Words ACE Embed residency, Living Words NHS funded Living Warriors project and on Ideas Test: SeaFolk Sing. Anil@lcvchoir.co.ukWww.lcvchoir.co.ukGMT UK
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Simon FurnessActor, director and acting teacher for 20 years. I can offer guidance on simonfurness@googlemail.comwww.simonfurness.co.ukGMT
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acting careers in film and theatre, practical acting exercises to
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boost confidence and listening skills, writing and performing
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monologues, working on scenes from films or plays. Audition/
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Sarah Sigal I am a playwright, director, dramaturg and lecturer working in physical theatre, devised work, site-specific performance, interactive theatre and new writing. Originally from Chicago, I have a BA in English Literature and Theatre Arts from Gettysburg College and an MA and PhD from Goldsmiths, University of London. I have made work for numerous theatre and non-theatre spaces around the UK and have taught at a number of British universities as a freelance lecturer. My book Writing in Collaborative Theatre-Making was published in 2016 by Palgrave Macmillan. I was the Live Performance Programmer at JW3 from 2016-2019, a member of the BBC Writers Room from 2013-2014 and a 2019-2020 LABA Fellow with the 14th St Y (NYC). I can give talks and workshops on writing, text analysis, dramaturgy, collaboration, theatre history, sociology of the theatre, devising, site-specific and immersive theatre, programming/curation, British and American theatre.

sarah.sigal@gmail.com sarahsigal.comCST but originally London based so happy to work with the UK too
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