Kelley Schoger

Assistant Professor, Acting and Movement

University of Alabama

201 Marina Dr., Apt. 816
Tuscaloosa, AL 35406
United States


Kelley Schoger is Assistant Professor of Acting & Movement in the graduate and undergraduate programs at The University of Alabama. She is an actor, movement specialist and nationally certified teacher of the Alexander Technique. She performed professionally in New York City for ten years as an actor and puppeteer (including MCC Theater, La Mama E.T.C., Theatre for the New City, Mabou Mines). As a movement specialist, she has coached and created ensemble movement sequences at Arena Stage in DC, various theatres in Richmond, VA and internationally with physical theatre company, Complicite. Kelley wrote, choreographed and performed her one woman show Her Destined Port at La Mama Experimental Theatre Club in New York City in 2015. She has led workshops in movement and acting throughout the country, and is a member of The American Society for the Alexander Technique, Southeastern Theatre Conference and Association of Theatre Movement Educators. MFA in Theatre/Movement Pedagogy from Virginia Commonwealth University, BA in Theatre from Virginia Tech, and Alexander Technique certification through the American Society for the Alexander Technique. Kelley seeks to help performers find greater freedom, vulnerability and range through the lens of the Alexander Technique.  

Movement Specialties:

Alexander Technique



Contact Improvisation

Movement for the Actor

Stretching, Strength, and Relaxation

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