Jeffrey Lambdin


P.O. Box 3331
Lumberton, NC 28359
United States
(910) 738-8179


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Movement Specialties:

Body Language

Clowning and Circus

Commedia dell'Arte



Devised Theatre

Improvisation/Theatre Games



Movement for the Actor

Period Styles: Acting

Period Styles: Dance

Physical Characterization

Physical Theatre

Solo Performance

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