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A winner of the 2013 Falstaff Award in choreography and a nominee for principal performer.
Erika choreographed and played Ariel in the 2012 production of directed by Jonathan Moscone at California Shakespeare Theater.
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.
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.Mac Kinnon is an alumna of the Drama League, Women’s Project Theater, and Lincoln Center Theater’s Directors Labs. He has also served as mediator in orchestra and opera union negotiations in Detroit, Louisville, Milwaukee, Phoenix, Sacramento, Seattle, and San Antonio. He also served as producing associate at NYSF/Public Theater and Second Stage Theatre, and as Co-Founder/Artistic Director of the Charlie B. Education: BFA, NYU/Tisch; MFA, Columbia University; recipient of the Barbara Whitman Prize for Theatre Management & Producing. He dramaturged the Russian premiere of Tennessee Williams’s CRAIG SLAIGHT (Resident Artist/Young Conservatory Director) joined A. This program was expanded in 2008 to include the development of new work featuring both young actors and M. He spent multiple years working as a staff leader and assistant-director for Summer Theater Arts Repertory. His undergraduate thesis "American Dreams and Nightmares: An Examination of the Western and Film Noir" received special commendation and his film "A Day in the Life" won awards at the Campus Movie Festival. Since then she has helped organizations such as the YMCA, Boys and Girls Club and Girl Scouts. in applied theater arts from the University of Southern California School of Dramatic Arts and her B. in theater arts and gender, women, and sexuality studies from the University of Minnesota. She is a recipient of the Dean Scholar Award and the Daisette Hay-Mc Elvey Award for Theatrical Collaboration at Boston University. and the Stratford Shakespeare Festival of Canada, where she has been a voice, text, and dialect coach since 2000. He is a graduate of The Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theatre and California Institute of the Arts. Acting credits include work with such theaters as California Shakespeare Theater (artistic associate), A. T., Berkeley Repertory Theatre, San Jose Repertory Theatre, San Jose Stage Company, and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Master of Fine Arts Program and the director of Studio A. After college, she moved to San Francisco and trained with Frank Ottiwell at the Alexander Training Institute of San Francisco. A former company member of the American Conservatory Theater, Nancy is longtime associate artist with the California Shakespeare Theater.She is an Associate Artist of Roundabout Theatre Company, Executive Board President of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC), and former chair—and now advisory board member—of Clubbed Thumb, a New York downtown theater company dedicated to new American plays. Mac Kinnon is joined by her long-time partner, actor John Procaccino, in this great adventure and next step as A. Born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1938, Pastreich received a BA in English literature from Yale University in 1959. in September 2018 with more than 25 years of experience in theater management. With these organizations, she has specifically worked with high risk youth and families, introducing theater to them. She has an extensive background in community and youth development through liberation arts and participatory research, including more than five years of training and experience in Theatre of the Oppressed and drama in education. NANCY BENJAMIN (Co-Head of Voice and Dialects) divides her time between A. She was a resident voice, text, and dialect director for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland for seven seasons. in directing from Illinois State University and an advanced diploma in voice studies from Central School of Speech and Drama (London). STEPHEN BUESCHER (Movement Director) has designed movement for . projects include directing six graduate showcases (on tour to New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco) and the Will on Wheels touring productions of Othello and The Comedy of Errors. NICK GABRIEL is a Sadler Award–winning graduate of the A. Since her certification in 1992, Prindl has maintained a private practice in San Francisco and has taught at various institutions across the country, including San Francisco State University, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, the Community Music Center, and Henderson State University in Arkansas, as well as in A. T.'s Young Conservatory, Summer Training Congress, and M. She has performed and directed extensively in regional theaters, including A. T., Berkeley Rep, San Jose Rep, and the Oregon, Santa Cruz and Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festivals.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.Erika's work has been commissioned by Yerba Buena Center for the Arts ().