Nick is an Australian-based teacher who was mentored by John Patrick during a residency at UNC Chapel Hill’s Professional Actor Training Program. Nick served as an assistant teacher to Mr. Patrick’s MFA acting students and vocal coach for PlayMakers Repertory Company during this time. Nick has coached extensively in film and television, and for national and local theatre companies such as Opera Australia, Company B Belvoir, Ensemble Theatre, Old Fitzroy/Red Line, and the New Theatre. He holds an MFA (Voice) from Australia’s National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) as well as a Graduate Diploma from University of New England, and a BA (Performance) with Distinction from Western Sydney University.He is currently co-ordinating the voice program for the new Bachelor of Music Theatre at University of Adelaide’s Elder Conservatorium.

 

Hi! I’m an actor, voice over artist, teacher, and mother. I worked with John Patrick in 2011 and was mentored by Scott, hosted in part at the Graduate Acting Program at NYU | Tisch School of the Arts. I teach Speech at Atlantic Acting School and I’m a proud member of SAG/AFTRA & AEA. This work profoundly affected my life as an actor, teacher and human being by keeping me ever curious about breath, perceptions, our brains and this job we call acting. You can hear me on radio for Home Goods, on TV for Cetaphil and KY (yes, the lube!) and in the audio book A Tangle of Knots by Lisa Graff.

A graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University’s BFA and NYU TISCH Graduate Acting, she’s been focusing on Voice, Speech, Shakespeare, and Youth. Credits: Playboy of the West Indies (NYU Grad Acting), The Golden Drum Year (Radical Evolution), Superhero Clubhouse 2014, The Merchant of Venice (Broadhurst Theater), Much Ado About Nothing (Two Rivers), The Merchant of Venice and The Winter’s Tale (Public, Shakespeare in the Park), black odyssey (workshop, Denver Center), Civilization (All You Can Eat) (Woolly Mammoth), #NYC (Ugly Rhino). Television: Nurse Jackie; Treme. Directing: Julius Caesar (Dreamyard Shakespeare Ensemble) Alice in Wonderland, Saving Angels, Harriet Tubman (Cornelia Connelly Center). Upcoming projects: NEC Poetry Series and Dreamyard High School Ensemble.

Chris is an actor, teacher & business coach living in NYC. Experience Highlights: an MFA from the Professional Actors Training Program at Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts, an alum of the London Drama Program (Marymount/Fordham), former assistant & long term collaborator with Deborah Hedwall and her Studio (NYC), and was mentored by Scott and Liam Joynt, hosted in part at the Graduate Acting Program at NYU | Tisch School of the Arts, to learn the Miller Voice Method. He is student of Reiki & practices Transcendental Meditation (David Lynch Foundation).

Sarah has taught acting at Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts and New York Film Academy. She currently coaches privately in Manhattan. She was mentored by Scott, hosted in part at the Graduate Acting Program at NYU | Tisch School of the Arts. She earned her MFA in Acting at Rutgers University where she trained under William Esper, Lloyd Richards and Deborah Hedwall. She received her BFA in Acting from Emerson College where she studied the Linklater Technique extensively. Her teaching methodologies include: Miller Voice Method, Meisner, Michael Chekhov, Linklater and yoga.

Nikiya holds a BA from Temple University and an MFA from New York University’s Graduate Acting Program. She’s originated roles off-Broadway, including SKELETON CREW (Atlantic Theater), MILK LIKE SUGAR (Playwrights Horizons) and Tarell McCraney’s The Brother/Sister Plays (Public Theater). Her television credits include Braindead, Person of Interest, Madam Secretary, The Night Of and The Blacklist. Nikiya has taught acting with Epic Theater, NJPAC, as well as a master class at Spellman College. She has also also continued to teach and train with Scott Miller through NYU’s Faculty Diversity Mentorship Fellowship.

Becca is an adjunct professor of Voice and Speech at Montclair State University. She has taught Voice and Speech at Brooklyn College and The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and Improvisation at PACE University, Marymount Manhattan College and Improvolution. Selected Acting Credits: Touring company member of Broadway’s Next Hit Musical, Bible Adventure Park (TH/TW Project), Yvette and the Wild Shame (Columbia Stages), Twelfth Night (Bakerloo Theatre Project), Winesburg, Ohio (Arden Theatre). An actor, improviser, singer, teacher, and mother who holds a BA in Theater from Goshen College and MFA in Acting from Brooklyn College, she lives in NJ with her wonderfully growing family.

Ben taught Movement and Shakespeare’s Clowns at the NYU Graduate Acting Program, where he received his MFA and completed a teaching mentorship in Voice under Scott Miller and Movement under Jim Calder. Other teaching experience includes: New York Film Academy, Public Theater, Refugee Youth Summer Academy, New School. He is a member of the Actor’s Center. Acting credits include: “The Good Wife” (CBS); The Government Inspector, School for Scandal (Red Bull); Pericles, Prince of Tyre, Comedy of Errors (Public); Habit (P.S. 122); The Crucible, Yentl (Cleveland Playhouse);Troublemaker (Berkeley Rep); Henry V (Two River Theater); Six Degrees of Separation (Williamstown).

Christina has acted on Broadway, Off Broadway and across the United States. Her recent television and film credits include a recurring role on “Bloodline” (Netflix) and the film “Maggie Black.” She has voiced roles in the film “My Love Affair with Marriage,” and the video game “Just Cause 3.” Christina recently served as Professor of Voice at the Summer Conservatory for Actors and the Directing Workshop at Yale University’s Summer Session. Voice training includes a fellowship to assist Scott Miller at NYU’s Graduate Acting Program. Christina received her BA in Journalism and Theater at Indiana University, Bloomington, and an MFA from NYU’s Graduate Acting Program.

Jeff has been a practitioner of the Miller Voice Method for nearly a decade, having studied with Scott and JP, and shadow-taught at NYU with Scott. He has performed as an actor all over the country in projects ranging from musical theatre to Shakespeare, has taught in numerous youth theater organizations in the New York Metro area, and is an international guest teaching artist with Burgh Healthy Hub in Australia. Jeff is also a musician and award-winning songwriter (NYIT Award, 12th Night) and was a founding member of Libra Theater Company. Education: GWU/Academy of Classical Acting (MFA) NYU/Steinhardt (BM), Dell’Arte International (PTP), and Circus Warehouse.