Barbara Adrian


Professor of Theatre Arts

Marymount Manhattan College

Marymount Manhattan College 221 East 71st Street
NY, NY 10021



bavoicenyc@aol.com
badrian@mmm.edu


Biography:

Barbara Adrian: Professor of Theatre Arts at Marymount Manhattan College, Coordinator of Voice and Speech Curriculum.  Prof. Adrian also serves as the Associate Artist and Resident Voice and Speech Coach for New York Classical Theatre (NYCT). Selected credits for NYCT: The Seagull, directed by Stephen Burdman, Richard III, directed by Teresa K. Bond, Hamlet, directed by Stephen Burdman, Cymbeline, directed by Louis Scheeder, The Recruiting Officer, directed by Grant Neale, and Comedy of Errors, directed by Jay Paul Skelton. Additional selected credits in regional and New York theatres include: The Father, directed by Robert Brustein, starring Christopher Lloyd; Orestes, directed by Tina Landau; the American Repertory Theatre production of Major Barbara, directed by Michael Engler, starring Cherry Jones; Those the River Keeps, written and directed by David Rabe, starring Annabella Sciorra. Prof. Adrian holds an MFA in Acting from Brooklyn College and is certified in Laban Movement Analysis (CMA). Author of Actor Training the Laban Way: An Integrated Approach to Voice, Speech, and Movement (Allworth Press, 2008). Member AEA and AFTRA.



Movement Specialties:

Laban/Bartenieff

Movement for Singers

Movement for the Actor

Period Styles: Acting

Physical Characterization



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