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Flynn Actors Ensemble Performs

Flynn Actors Ensemble Performs

  • Saturday, May 20 at 3 pm

    Free & open to the public • $5 suggested donation at the door supports the FlynnArts Scholarship fund!

  • FlynnSpace

  • Limit: 100

A brand new troupe with entrance by audition, this unique model -- theater company/acting workshop hybrid -- offers performers both the process of working with a text towards a performance, and guided growth for future acting work. Gain powerful technique in script analysis, authentic character creation, and motivated stage movement. Deepen your craft in collaboration with other actors in this performance-driven rehearsal process, under the leadership of professional directors Susan Palmer & Craig Maravich. We look forward to creating community and art with you!

FlynnArts Faculty

CRAIG MARAVICH is thrilled to return to Vermont and teach at the Flynn. Currently, he is an Adjunct Professor of Voice & Speech at UVM. Some of Craig’s teaching credits include work with: Hofstra University, Middlebury College’s Bread Loaf School of English, St. Michael’s College, University of Vermont, Champlain College, The Flynn Center for the Arts, and private audition coaching in New York. He holds his MFA in Classical Acting from The Academy for Classical Acting at The Shakespeare Theatre/GWU. Craig has studied with Michael Kahn, Larry Singer and other master teachers of Shakespeare, voice, text, and movement. Since 2010, Craig has been a member of the Bread Loaf Acting Ensemble – a resident professional theatre company at Middlebury College’s Graduate School of English. At Bread Loaf, Craig collaborates with other actors and leading scholars to teach dramatic and non-dramatic literature through the adaptation and performance of texts. A member of Actor’s Equity for over a decade, some of Craig’s acting credits include work with The Shakespeare Theatre, Ford’s Theatre, The Kennedy Center, Long Wharf, Elm Shakespeare, Arkansas Rep, Vermont Stage, St. Michael’s Playhouse, Middlebury Actors Workshop.

SUSAN PALMER earned an M.F.A. in theater directing from Middlesex University in London, England, and studied acting in Russia. For the past 15 years, she has directed, taught, and performed in Europe and Canada, as well as locally with Vermont Stage Company, at UVM, Essex High School, The Waldorf High School, and Vermont Commons School.

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Flynn Center for the Performing Arts
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