Led by Catharine Slusar
Groundwork is a series of ensemble workshops, residencies, and showings by faculty and guest artists in theater and performance. Led by Assistant Professor in Theater Catharine Slusar, Groundwork will feature many guest directors and workshop leaders in one- or two-week workshops, some live, some virtual. Members of the Theater Performance Ensemble classes have priority for these workshops, but some will be open to other students.
- Forrest McClendon teaching “Choicework” - his unique creative process originally designed to build characters onstage - and anti-racist theater.
- Josh Lamon, who most recently originated the role of Sheldon and performed the role of Barry in the Tony Award nominated musical The Prom, teaching musical theater.
- Eli Nixon, who builds portals and gives guided tours to places that don’t yet exist and collaborates on imaginative interventions through cardboard constructionism, playwriting, and choreography, teaching crankies.
- Akeem Davis, Barrymore Award-winning Philadelphia area actor, teaching dramatic interpretation.
- Rachel Jett, Head of The National Theater Institute, teaching Droznin movement technique.
- Jessica Cerullo, Artistic Director of MICHA, teaching a workshop in Michael Chekhov Technique.
All students in the Bi-Co are welcome and encouraged to learn more and consider enrolling. Register for more information or to schedule an interview for course or workshop admission.
About the Theater Program
The Theater Program of Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges strives to foster creative collaboration between students and faculty, and its productions have won accolades from area critics. For more information, please visit www.brynmawr.edu/theater. For news and exclusive content, please follow @bicotheater on Instagram, like "Bi-College Theater Program at Bryn Mawr College" on Facebook, and follow @BrynMawrArts on Twitter.