Alison has been an actor based out of New York City for over 40 years. Her credits include: National Tour: Wit (Standby for Judith Light). New York City; Roundabout Theatre, New York Shakespeare Festival, Riverside Shakespeare Festival, National Shakespeare Company. Regional: Repertory Theatre of St Louis, Pioneer Theatre, Fulton Theatre company, Festival Stage of Winston-Salem, TheatreWorks (Palo Alto), Portland Stage, Vermont Stage, Virginia Repertory Theatre, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Santa Fe Rep. She has done more than 20 productions of Shakespeare including; Macbeth, King Lear, As You Like It, Twelfth Night, Comedy of Errors, Winter’s Tale, Pericles, King John, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Romeo and Juliet, Othello and Midsummer Night’s Dream. Film: Hap & Ashley, Miles, Eden Project, Jake, Whispers of White. Television; In an Instant, Legwork and numerous soap operas. Ms Edwards has also recorded several audio books for both Audible and the Jewish Braille Institute. She is now a Twin Cities resident.
Elena Giannetti has been active in the Twin City theater community for over 30 years, performing on many local stages, including The Guthrie Theater, Park Square Theater, Children’s Theater Company, History Theater, Mixed Blood, MN Jewish Theater Company, Playwright’s Center, Off-Leash Area, MN Shakespeare Project, BCT/Artistry, Theater in the Round, and many more. Her on-camera/film credits include multiple industrial films and commercials, as well as recent roles in the films, Recalibrate, Twin Cities and Bringing It All Back Home, and the web series Theater People/Season 3. She is also a director and producer, with recent credits including the Encore Audience Favorite at the 2013 MN Fringe Festival, the upcoming A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Park Square Theater, as well as assistant directing at Park Square Theater and TRP. She is a graduate of Macalester College with a BA in Dramatic Arts and has studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts (NY) and with MK Lewis in Los Angeles. Elena currently studies with Raye Birk at The Guthrie Theater.
Meisner Technique, Auditioning
Erin Roberts is an actor, teacher and coach, newly transplanted from New York City.
She has worked regionally with Pillsbury House and Chicago Avenue Project, Swandive Theatre, The Public Theatre, Ensemble Studio Theatre, The O’Neil Theatre Center, Shakespeare and Co., The Dorset Theatre Festival, The Theatre at Monmouth, …blessed unrest…, Pennsylvania Center Stage, Flock Theatre, Improbable Fiction, The Minneapolis Fringe and was voted “Favorite Supporting Actor” in the New York International Fringe Festival.
Film and television credits include ESPN’s The Bronx Is Burning, Law and Order SVU, Lady Dynamite, The Royal Tenenbaums, Celebrity, MLB Fan Cave’s “Boston Ink.” She has several commercials currently running and has done numerous print and live events and modeling. This summer she premiered as the Saint Paul Saints on field correspondent.
Erin has a Bachelor of Arts in Directing from Smith College, a Masters of Fine Arts in Acting from Penn State University, studied with The National Theatre Institute, The Royal Shakespeare Company, and is a member of The Gutherie Theatre’s Actor’s Workout.
She has taught various acting, voice and movement classes at Penn State, Queens College, and has been a guest artist at AMDA, Northern Stage Company, Improbable Fiction, Invisible City Theatre Company, Laguardia High School for the Performing Arts, and does workshops and private coaching.
Harry Waters, Jr.
Harry Waters, Jr. created the role of Belize in the first production of ANGELS IN AMERICA: A GAY FANTASIA ON NATIONAL THEMES in 1991. He is most famous for his portrayal of Marvin Berry in BACK TO THE FUTURE (1985) which earned him a Gold record for his rendition of "Earth Angel”. He has appeared on stages as diverse as The Guthrie, Penumbra Theater Company, Mixed Blood, Ten Thousand Things Theater, Pangea World Theatre and Park Square in RAGTIME as Coalhouse Walker Jr., Pillsbury House+ Theatre, and Dark & Stormy Theatre. He is a Professor and Chair of the Theatre and Dance Department at Macalester College, where he has directed productions of RUNAWAYS, PROOF, ANGELS IN AMERICA PART I: Millennium Approaches, THE COLORED MUSEUM., TARTUFFE CABARET, THE LARAMIE PROJECT, a student piece HIP HOP HOPES, IN THE BLOOD and THE CRADLE WILL ROCK. He is also working with his son, Jordon Waters, on WING IT (inspired by the tale of Icarus and Daedalus).
Eli Sibley has been a theatre professional for over 20 years. Originally hailing from the Twin Cities she's performed with Minnesota Shakespeare Project, Pig's Eye Theatre, Theatre Pro Rata, and Theatre in the Round. Other Regional performance credits include: California Shakespeare Festival, Sierra Repertory Theatre, Mendocino Shakespeare Festival, Actors' Theatre California, The Keegan Theatre and American Century Theatre.
In addition to performing, She and her husband co-founded Vacant Lot Theatre Company in New York City. She wrote and co-produced the one woman storytelling movement piece, Born of a Fairytale. She was movement coordinator for Hunger and Thirst Theatre Collective. In 2015 she was movement coordinator and workshop leader for Dramatic Adventure Theatre's Heart of Europe Tour and resulting production, in conjunction with West Virginia University.
As a teaching artist, she's worked locally with Stages Theatre in Hopkins, and Classical Actor's Ensemble as well as the Brooklyn Prepatory School for the Arts. She's taught and presented workshops at the Catholic University of America, CUNY John Jay College, Freedom to Act conference, and The Barrow Group. She teaches locally out of her home studio, the Up&Back Alexander Technique and Performance Studio and for Minneapolis Community Ed.
She received her MFA from Catholic University of America and holds certifications in the Alexander Technique from the Balance Arts Center (AmSAT) and Laban Movement Analysis from LIMS.
Juan Rivera Lebron
Juan Rivera Lebron attended the School of Drama at Carnegie Mellon University. Since then he has worked on Film and Television, off-broadway and regionally in theaters throughout the United States: including: American Players Theater, The Jungle Theater, Great Lakes Theater, The Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, the Guthrie Theater, and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (where he was a member of the resident acting company for seven seasons).
He was the recipient of the Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowship funded by the William & Eva Fox Foundation administered by TCG.
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