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Michele Minnick , Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor Theatre
Theatre | School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Professional Experience

Michele Minnick PhD, CMA, is a Baltimore-based theatre and performance artist and educator, who works across national, disciplinary, and other boundaries to liberate the potent, subjective energies needed to make art, create community, and heal. As a movement specialist and master teacher of The Performance Workshop and Rasaboxes, she has taught extensively at New York University, Towson University, the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies, and has given many workshops at other institutions in the U.S. and abroad. At Stevenson she has taught Voice and Movement for the Actor and is currently teaching Solo Performance. She is also teaching a course on "The Creative Process" at The New School in New York City. She has directed professional and educational productions at The Kitchen Theatre in Ithaca, New York, in Brazil, in the Baltimore area, and elsewhere. Her solo work ReDress has been performed at festivals throughout South America. Her recent solo, BATS! was performed at The Creative Alliance, and produced by Submersive Productions, with whom she works as an associate artist. She completed her dissertation, "Breathing Worlds: Somatic Practice, Performance, and the Self in the Life/Art Work of Leeny Sack" at NYU in 2016, and is currently finishing the first book about The Performance Workshop and Rasaboxes with two co-writers and editors.

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