Head of Movement
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Ted Morin is a Certified Movement Analyst (CMA) through the Laban Institute of Movement Studies in New York City and a Master Teacher of the Williamson Technique, A Physical Training Technique for Actors. He graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelors Degree in Secondary Education, studied acting in New York City with master teacher William Esper of The William Esper Studio and movement and period styles with Loyd Williamson at The Actor’s Movement Studio. Ted apprenticed to teach The Williamson Technique under the mentorship of Mr. Williamson. Since 1994, Ted has taught movement at the Actor's Movement Studio in New York City, Rutgers University (MFA and BFA acting programs), Tisch School of the Arts at New York University (BFA acting) and NYSSSA (New York State Summer School of the Arts), a summer acting conservatory for high school students. He is acknowledged as a master teacher and teacher trainer of The Williamson Technique. Currently Ted is the Head of Movement at The William Esper Studio, NYC and is developing a movement curriculum that integrates the Williamson Technique with Laban Movement Analysis and Bartenieff Fundamentals. He has presented his work at ATHE Conferences and abroad and has served as Focus Group Representative for ATME (Association for Theatre of Movement Educators). He also studied Shakespeare with John Basil of The American Globe Theatre, New York, NY and has performed extensively in the classics including Measure for Measure (Duke), Hamlet (Claudius), Comedy of Errors (Dr. Pinch/Duke), Richard III, Macbeth, Richard II and As You Like It. Most recently, Ted played Patrick in the premier production of Loaded in NYC.
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