Puppets by Robert Anton, Photo by Jean-Claude van Itallie
Making and Teaching Theatre in
a Vibrantly Shifting World
A Conversation with Rosemary Quinn
February 4, March 4, April 1, and May 6
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM ET
This is a free event, donations welcome.
Where is theatre going? As makers and teachers of theatre, how has the world shifted the way we work with each other? How do we guide others in a time of volatile change?
Join Rosemary for a facilitated conversation in which we will reflect on creation, performance, and pedagogy. Bring your experiences, exercises, challenges, and emerging possibilities. This Zoom gathering is open to teachers, actors, directors, writers, and all who love the theatre. Let’s look to the future with optimism and share the reasons that brought us to the theatre and changed our lives.
The Zoom link will be provided after signing up and before the event.
Photo by Jerry Vezzuso
Rosemary Quinn is Director of NYU’s Experimental Theatre Wing at Tisch School of the Arts where she teaches Acting, Improvisation, and Storytelling. She works as an actor, director, teacher, producer, and community arts activist. Her career in the theater has spanned decades working with artists including Sam Shepard, Susan Sontag, Joe Chaikin, Robert Ashley, Richard Armstrong, The Other Theater, Mabou Mines, The Talking Band, Three-Legged Dog’s Dyke Division, and continues with many of today’s cutting-edge theater makers. Rosemary is a member of the National Alliance of Acting Teachers. She teaches voice work at The Roy Hart Theatre of France and has guest-taught at Hampshire College, Williams College, and Princeton University. Rosemary worked with Jean-Claude van Itallie for over forty years and performed in several of his plays, including Sunset Freeway, which was written for her. They taught together at Naropa and often at Shantigar. In 2019, Rosemary produced Jean-Claude’s final play, The Fat Lady Sings, at LaMama ETC. Rosemary currently serves on Shantigar’s Board of Directors.
Photo by Hanna Lippmann