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Friday, February 28 • 4:00pm - 5:15pm
Expanding Michael Chekhov: Exploring Intersections With Other Techniques

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Chekhov’s technique will be explored in conjunction with other methodologies (including Meisner, Decroux and Laban) to create new and innovative approaches to acting. For acting, movement and voice instructors/coaches.

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Christie Maturo

Professor of Theatre, Central Connecticut State University
Christie Maturo is an Assistant Professor of Acting and Directing at Central Connecticut State University. Christie has performed with Undermain Theatre in Dallas, Now Theatre in Mobile, Shear Madness and Tony n Tina’s Wedding in Las Vegas, Theatre 773 in Chicago and was a company... Read More →
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Paul Hurley

Assistant Professor of Acting and Movement, Kent State University
Paul Hurley is an Assistant Professor of Acting and Movement at Kent State University. As a professional actor, Paul has performed leading roles with the Chicago Shakespeare Theater, New York Classical Theatre, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Great Lakes Theater... Read More →

Friday February 28, 2020 4:00pm - 5:15pm EST
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