Shakespeare Workout

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The Shakespeare Workout was an interdisciplinary literature, theatre history and acting class taught by Eloïse Watt, a Shakespearean actor, director and teacher, at the Michael Howard Studios in New York City from 1990 to 2004.

Alumni[edit]

  • Marnie Andrews[1]
  • David Basson
  • Felicia Bertsch[2][3]
  • Mary Birdsong[4]
  • David Blatt
  • Greta Boeringer
  • Munro M. Bonnell
  • Damian Buzzerio
  • Deborah Carlson
  • Anna Cody
  • Eric Joseph Cohen
  • Thomas Cox
  • Craig Doescher
  • John Doman
  • Sandra Drew
  • Rachel Elson
  • Danny Ettinger
  • Ian Fleet[5]
  • John Gaines
  • Rob Gaines
  • Tina Gaud
  • Martha Kayte Ginsberg
  • Katherine Gooch-Breault
  • Catherine Goodman
  • Ian Gould[6]
  • Richard Grayson (Westerns actor)
  • Virginia Hammer
  • Suzanne Hayes
  • David Hilder
  • Jim Jack
  • Joanne Joseph
  • Peter H. Judd
  • Suzanne Karseras[7]
  • Emily King[8]
  • Tom Paitson Kelly
  • Kate Konigisor
  • Michael Lewis
  • Nicole Maggi[9]
  • Neil Martin
  • Susan McCallum
  • Patrick McCarthy
  • Steven McElroy (theatre director)
  • Mary Alice McGuire
  • Lynn McNutt
  • Natalie Miller
  • Sami Plotkin[10]
  • Joshua Polenberg[11]
  • Julie Polk
  • Edward Porter
  • Gerit Quealy
  • Bethany Reeves
  • Kevin Reifel
  • Cynthia Ricks
  • Erika Rolfsrud[12]
  • Cheryl Royce[13]
  • Marie Sassi
  • Rahadyan Sastrowardoyo
  • Claire M. Schwartz
  • David Douglas Smith
  • Peggy Suzuki
  • Tony Torn[14]
  • Adam Vignola[15]
  • John Walsh
  • Jamie Ward
  • Ruth Weber
  • David Cole Wheeler[16]
  • Aya Yamakawa

References[edit]

  1. ^ New Jersey Repertory Co. - Marnie Andrews profile
  2. ^ Felicia Bertsch resume
  3. ^ Felicia Bertsch acting website
  4. ^ Mary Birdsong website - resume page
  5. ^ Ian Fleet - Actor Accessed 29 April 2007.
  6. ^ Ian Gould- Actor .
  7. ^ Suzanne Karseras website
  8. ^ "Weddings: Emily King and William Michie." The New York Times, 25 January 1998.
  9. ^ Nicole Maggi website
  10. ^ Miller, Barry X. "The Show Must Go On at the Library." Library Journal, 1 April 2003. Accessed 29 April 2007.
  11. ^ Joshua Polenberg acting website
  12. ^ Internet Broadway Database - Erika Rolfsrud
  13. ^ Cheryl Royce - playwright Accessed 29 April 2007.
  14. ^ "Weddings: Beth F. Miles, Anthony S. Torn." The New York Times, 8 October 1995.
  15. ^ The Official Website of Adam Vignola - Education and Training
  16. ^ "Weddings: Francine Lobis, David Wheeler." The New York Times, 7 October 2001.

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