Rita Litton, ACTeen Director. President ACTeen Inc.
Rita Litton began her acting training at UCLA and San Francisco’s American Conservatory Theatre. In her many years as a professional actress, Ms. Litton has appeared in New York and regional theaters in roles ranging from Shakespeare and the classics to new plays. Throughout her performing career she supplemented her theatrical work with appearances in daytime dramas (for CBS-TV and ABC-TV), feature films, and industrials. She has recorded many national and regional commercials and voice-overs, including narration for the Emmy Award–winning children’s documentary “Big Blue Marble.” She has been a member of Screen Actors Guild, The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, and Actors Equity Association for over twenty years.
As an instructor, Ms. Litton has taught acting and audition technique for various professional theater companies, universities, the Screen Actor’s Guild Young Performers Conservatory, and acting schools around the country. Ms. Liltton created ACTeen in 1978, where it has grown from two courses in film/TV to over sixteen distinct courses covering all aspects of theater and on camera acting training taught by a distinguished roster of professional instructors enriching the lives and careers of thousands of former students. Hundreds of her students have gone on to successful professional careers in acting, directing, agenting, producing, or casting. She has twice been awarded the NY "Reader's Choice Award" for "Favorite Acting Coach & Classes for Teens" by Backstage Magazine.
A writer and contributor to various acting books, Ms. Litton is the author of “Acting and Auditioning for Television Commercials” (©1992, R. Litton) a comprehensive teaching text on the subject for teens. She has been interviewed for the book “How to Be A Working Actor” by Lynne Rogers and Mari Lyn Henry (former head of casting for ABC-TV), “Acting for Young Actors” by Emmy winning director Mary Lou Belli and Dinah Lenney, and "The Actor's Other Career Book" by Lisa Mulcahy. She is a contributor for ““The Young Performer’s Guide” by Simon & Padol, and “Acting Like a Pro” by Mary McTigue. Favorable press about Ms. Litton or ACTeen has appeared in “The New York Times,” “The New York Post,” “Variety”, “New York Magazine," “The Chicago Tribune,” “Seventeen,” “Cosmo Girl,” “Backstage,” “The Princeton Review,” “Dramatics Magazine” (published by Educational Theater Alliance) and others. Agent & industry professionals consistently recommend ACTeen for their clients and prospective clients.
During her many years of teaching, Ms. Litton has served as a casting consultant for such diverse studios as Nickelodeon, Fox, Disney, Warner Brothers, Paramount, CBS, NBC, and ABC on projects ranging from major motion pictures to TV series, sitcoms, television pilots, & daytime dramas.
The ACTeen staff is exemplary — adults from professional acting/directing/casting backgrounds. Many also teach in colleges, universities, and other acting conservatories with the majority holding advanced degrees. Full-time ACTeen Summer Academy students work with 6 to 8 different experienced instructors as well as special guest artists. The small class size enables a close personal relationship between students and faculty. Teachers work creatively to tailor scenes and exercises to best stimulate each student.
Directing instructor. Director/Actor/Instructor in LA and NY. His productions of “Home” and “The Good Doctor” together won five Los Angeles Dramalogue awards. Theater and directing teacher, Brooklyn College, William Paterson University, UCLA, New York Young Audiences. BA Brandeis, MFA Brooklyn College, Oxford University.
Theater Instructor. Actress/writer/teacher. Acting credits include two Broadway productions of BORN YESTERDAY, as well as leadng roles at Yale Repertory, Williamstown Theatre Festival, the Alley Theatre, the Old Globe, Denver Theater Center, Cleveland Playhouse, and many others. TV: guest or co starred in BOARDWALK EMPIRE, LAW AND ORDER: CI, THIRD WATCH, MURPHY BROWN, DREW CAREY, EMPTY NEST, MARRIED WITH CHILDREN, & CHICAGO HOPE. Charlotte starred in the TV series comedy HI HONEY, I’M HOME, which aired on ABC-TV and Nick at Nite. She appears in the upcoming film INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS, directed by the Coen Brothers, and many commercials. She has taught in NYC and LA, including Strasberg Institute, NY Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, Kagen’s Film Acting School, and the Children’s Acting Academy. Education: BS in Performance Studies Northwestern University.
Improvisation instructor. Gail has performed in many Improvisational comedy groups in New York City, including "Off the Cuff", "For-Play Improvised Theatre", and "The Pollyannas". She founded the all-women improv/sketch comedy group "Womedy", and is a proud co-founder and member of the all-women comedy group "The Heartless Floozies". Gail also teaches improvisation and comedy at AMDA (The American Musical and Dramatic Academy).
Film Acting Technique, Modern Drama, Script Writing instructor. Actor, Director, Playwright. Acted in numerous films, soap operas, and television commercials, as well as over 100 plays in NYC and regionally. His play “The Hard Way” won 1st place in the BBC’s 2005 International Playwriting Competition, and was broadcast internationally over BBC Radio in the Fall of 2005. Recipient of the Berrilla Kerr Award for Playwriting (2003). His plays have been finalists at the Eugene O’Neill Center, the Humana Festival, New Dramatics, and the 2002 Writer Digest’s national play competition. He has written a number of screenplays including “Fatboy” and “Morally Straight”, a 2002 Austin Film Festival Semifinalist. Associate Professor of Theatre at Clark University where he teaches Acting, Playwriting, and Shakespeare. He has also taught at The New School, NYU, and Rockland Community College. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild, The Association for Theatre in Higher Education, as well as the Chicago Dramatists Playwrights’ Network. He is also a member of SAG, AFTRA, and AEA. Gino lives in NYC with his two sons. MFA Brooklyn College.
Voice & speech instructor. Ginger is a teacher of voice, speech, & dialects, who acts extensively in New York and regional theaters. Her teaching is based on the work of voice and movement masters Jones, Fitzmaurice, Skinner, Rodenburg, Berry, Alexander and Laban. Ginger is currently on the faculty at NYU/Tisch-Playwrights Horizons Theater School & Atlantic Acting School. Ginger has also taught at Brown University, Rhode Island College, and Stone Soup Theatre Arts. Candidate for certification as an Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework. Dialect and voice coaching credits: Brotherhood (Showtime), New York Shakespeare Festival, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Trinity Repertory Company, many independent projects and private students. Acting credits include: The Kennedy Center, The Public Theater, Orlando Shakespeare Festival, Marin Theater Company, Trinity Repertory Company, La Mama etc. Artistic Associate, Guerrilla Shakespeare Project, NYC. B.A. American University, M.F.A. Brown University/Trinity Rep (Teaching Fellow with Thom Jones, Sondheim Fellow, Crabtree Scholar.)
Film/TV, Theater instructor. Maury has taught acting in Los Angeles and New York for over fifteen years. Maury's many theater acting credits include The Williamstown Theatre Festival (with Olympia Dukakis, Arthur Miller, Austin Pendleton, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Philip Seymour Hoffman), Geffen Playhouse, Old Globe, South Coast Rep, Great Lakes Theater, Pasadena Playhouse and others. His television credits include Damages, The Good Wife, Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU, Unforgettable, Louie, Friends, Star Trek, Without a Trace, and Joan of Arcadia, while he has had film roles in the Sundance Winner Rocket Science, Lansky, with Richard Dreyfuss, The Ring with Naomi Watts, Big Miracle with Drew Barrymore, and many more. Education: Bard College. Maury was also a student of the late Sanford Meisner and Larry Moss.
Monologue instructor, is a producer and the in-house casting director with Collective Machinery, a production company that is producing, developing and financing independent film and television projects. Brette has cast films that have won awards and been official selections at film festivals such as Sundance, Tribeca, Hamptons, Woodstock, Woods Hole, Shorts, Philadelphia, Boston, Austin, Great Lakes, Sante Fe and the IFP Film Market to name a few. Brette has been the resident casting director of the Folger Theatre in Washington, DC since 1996. She has cast for such theatres as Off-Broadway’s Epic Theatre Center, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Dorset Theatre Festival, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company and the Muhlenberg Theatre. A former Casting Associate at Elissa Myers Casting, she worked on seasons for many theatres including Berkeley Rep, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Denver Center, Cleveland Playhouse, Arizona Theatre Co., Great Lakes Theatre Festival, Studio Arena, Seattle Rep and the McCarter, as well as a PBS mini-series.
Film Scene Study, Xpress Yourself Instructor. Actress, associate casting director for prestigious film casting directors Ellen Parks, Ellen Lewis, Juliet Taylor, and Gretchen Renell Court. Worked on Martin Scorsese’s “Kundun” and the films “Pleasantville,” “Stepmom,” and “Meet Joe Black,” among others. Sundance Film Festival Award for Best Ensemble Cast for “Songcatcher.” BA University of South Florida College of Fine Arts.
Prudence Wright Holmes
Monologue instructor. Prudence has taught at Carnegie Mellon Drama Department, NYU Drama Department, Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University and at The Actor’s Studio at The New School She has appeared in featured roles in the films “Sister Act I and II”with Whoopi Goldberg, “Kingpin” with Woody Harrelson and “In Dreams”with Annette Bening. On Broadway she appeared in “Happy End” with Meryl Streep, “Lettice and Lovage” with Maggie Smith and “Inherit the Wind”with George C. Scott. She has appeared in numerous Off-Broadway shows including the original casts of “Godspell” and “Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You.” She appeared in “The Light in the Piazza” on Broadway and on the National Tour.
Musical Theater instructor. Rachel, a Brooklyn native, is a multi-instrumentalist who has music directed and/or played for well over 200 musicals and cabaret shows all over the world. She has worked as a teacher and/or accompanist for classes at Juilliard, The New School, CAP 21, HB Studios, Actors Connection, Stagedoor Manor, TADA, , etc. Rachel has also worked as an accompanist for auditions for Broadway casting directors (Bernard Telsey, Jay Binder etc). Tour credits include “Rent” (Japan), “Phantom of the Opera” (Europe), “Ain't Misbehavin,” “Sophisticated Ladies,” and “Golf.” Off-B'way credits include “Schoolhouse Rock Live” (Lambs' Theatre), “The Ambition Bird” (w/Victoria Clark), and “CYCLE” (Cherry Lane Theatre). Rachel can also be seen playing for improv comedy groups, at piano bars, restaurants, and in the orchestra on cruise ships. She has played for such Broadway greats as Kristen Chenoweth, Ann Reinking, Donna Murphy, Lillias White, and Chuck Cooper. B.A University of Chicago.
Theater Instructor. Theater acting instructor, guest director Clark University, MA. Lehman College, University of Denver, University of Colorado, and University of Toronto. As an actor Frank has appeared on television (“Third Watch”, “100 Centre Street”) in various feature films, Off-Broadway, and at many regional theaters including The Boston Shakespeare Company, American Repertory Theater, and the Delaware Theater Company. Trained at Emerson College with Joe Chaiken, Peter Brook, and Kristen Linklater. Member AEA, SAG, AFTRA, and The Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers.
Shakespeare instructor. Actress, BBC television, two years member Royal Shakespeare Company (including tour to Japan), Broadway in “Bedroom Farce,” “Waiting in the Wings” (with Lauren Bacall), and “Lettice and Lovage” (with Maggie Smith). Off-Broadway (Manhattan Theater Club, Roundabout Theater), many regional theaters. Instructor at London’s Central School, Circle in the Square, and Catholic University.
Singing Voice Instructor. Singer, actor, pianist. Performed at Denver Theater Center, Williamstown Theater Festival, Oregon Cabaret Theatre, and Arizona Theater Company. Numerous nightclub and concert performances including Caroline’s, Café Carlyle, Canal Room, and NY’s Town Hall. Music production for the Disney Company and Lionsgate. Awards: Backstage Newspaper’s “Bistro Award” for “Outstanding Singer/Instrumentalist”, ASCAP Popular Award for composition. Dan had an original song featured in the Oscar nominated film "Precious." Recordings CD Dan Manjovi released in 2005, Woke Up This Morning, 2008. Faculty HB Studio, and Neighborhood Playhouse. BS Music, New York University. Member New York Singing Teachers Association, Actors' Equity Association, American Federation of Musicians, and ASCAP. Graduate Composition/Orchestration: The Julliard School.
Commercials, Film Technique II, Voiceovers, Foundations of Acting Instructor. Amy is an accomplished actress, commercial voice-over performer, freelance casting director, and active instructor. Amy has cast for Susan Shopmaker Casting (casting over 100 commercials including Suave Shampoo, Energizer, Citibank, Tylenol, and national searches for Lee Jeans and Prudential) and Judy Keller Commercial Casting. She's served as casting assistant on feature and documentary films for Marci Lifoff Casting ("Hardball" with Keanu Reeves), and Deborah Aquila Casting ("Primal Fear"), and Terry Liebling Casting (“Sunchaser.”) Amy worked on casting for Sundance Festival films “Hurricane Streets” (Winner: Best Director, Cinematography and Audience Award), and “Acts of Worship”. She teaches at Rutgers University, and NYU (School of Continuing Ed). BA Theatre & Communications Rider University.
Film Acting Technique instructor. Actor, Director, Teacher. Steve has performed at regional theatres throughout the country including Philadelphia’s famed Walnut Street Theatre. He has appeared in numerous radio and television commercials for products such as Nestea, Jell-O, Volvo, Norwest Bank, Bell South, Tony Roma’s restaurants, and Staples. Steve currently teaches at Rutgers University, The School for Film and Television, and NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies. He is a graduate of Northwestern University.
Speech & voice, Accents & Dialects instructor. Amanda Quaid is an actress and speech & dialect coach based in Manhattan. Amanda has studied acting, movement, and text analysis with actors and master teachers from the U.S. and abroad including Patsy Rodenburg, David Sabella-Mills, and Susan Patrick. As an actor, Amanda has worked on Broadway ("Equus" with Daniel Radcliffe), at Lincoln Center, Off Broadway in "The Cockfight Play" for the Duke Theater, at the Signature Theater ("Illusionist" by Tony Kushner), in Ethan Coen's "Happy Hour," in "Gallileo" (with F. Murray Abraham) for the Classic Stage Company, The Irish Rep, & Vineyard Theatre. Regionally at The Shakespeare Theater in Washington DC, the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, and the Culture Project among others. She has appeared in several independent films. Presently on the faculty of HB Studios, she is the youngest faculty member in the history of the studio. Amanda has also coached dialects at Vasaar College, and is a member of the Voice & Speech Trainers Association (VASTA). BA Vasaar College.
Improvisation, Commercials instructor. Debora has been performing and teaching improv for 20 years. She performs with Chicago City Limit's national touring company, and is the artistic director, co creator and performer in the critically acclaimed "Broadway's Next Hit Musical!" an improvised musical awards show. Rated “One of the Top Ten Improvisers” by the New York Post. Accomplished voiceover actress, creating voices for “Shenfa” in the SEGA Dreamcast game “Shenmue”, as well having voiced over 40 anime films. Hosted the cable show “Live from Downtown”, and performed sketch comedy on “Late Night With Conan OBrien”. Instructor NYU, Marymount Manhattan College, The American Comedy Institute, and the NY Improv Festival. Taught corporate workshops for Revlon, Western Union, Oxygen Network, and Merck.
Gary R. Ramsey
Movement—Alexander Technique instructor. Gary is the head of the voice and speech department at the Neighborhood Playhouse in NY. Gary is a certified teacher of the Alexander Technique from the American Center of Alexander Teachers (ACAT). He works with a variety of actors, public speakers, and other professionals who are seeking to improve their vocal and physical abilities. He has acted for many years in NY and regional theater, on television and in educational videos. Gary is also a professional opera singer, having just completed his second season with Dicapo Opera. Gary was chosen and coached by Nico Castel of The Metropolitan Opera for a workshop production of La Traviata; (Germont.), has worked with renowned Baritone, Sherrill Milnes at the V.O.I.C.Experience program in Disneyworld. In recital, Gary has performed at Merkin Concert Hall in NYC and at Music in the Mountains in California.
Gary holds a BFA from Stevens College, and an MFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University.
Musical Theater instructor, is the author, composer and lyricist of the hit Off-Broadway comedy GOLF: The Musical, which has played in dozens of national and international productions from Pittsburgh to Finland. His musical, "The Fartiste," won the award for Best Musical at the 2006 Fringe NYC Festival, and ran Off-Broadway in 2011. Michael’s "Thanks for the Memories," a one-man show about Bob Hope featuring two-time Tony-nominee Joel Blum, received its premiere at Peoria's Prairie Theater in 2006. He is the composer/lyricist and music director for The Broadway Kids. His recent musical, "An American Family" had its first performance in concert at the Manhattan JCC. He can often be seen singing his songs Off-Broadway in It’s News to Me at The Actor’s Playhouse. Michael also composed the incidental music to for Broadway’s "Secret Garden." Michael’s music for the screen includes independent films, documentaries and features, including Tri-Star’s Love Walked In, starring Dennis Leary and the multiple-award-winning Lemonade Stand. His music for television includes ABC-TV, The Golf Channel, and Bravo, as well as four seasons as a composer for Rupert Holmes’ Emmy-Award-Winning sitcom Remember WENN. As a music director, he has collaborated with Donna Murphy, Rupert Holmes, Leslie Gore, Hinton Battle, Stephanie Mills, Peter Noone, Bobby Sherman, Joan Rivers, and The Capitol Steps, as well as numerous stage productions.
Speech & Voice instructor. Miriam received her MFA in Acting as part of the inaugural class of the Brown/Trinity Consortium, and also studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. As an actress Miriam has worked all over the country at theaters including NY’s Public Theater, Arena Stage, The Guthrie (in a world-premiere adaptation of “Peer Gynt” playing opposite Mark Rylance) and recently in several shows at DC’s Shakespeare Theatre Company including “The Dog In The Manger” for which she received a Helen Hayes Award nomination. Miriam has been a guest teacher of acting, voice, speech and Shakespeare at Herbert Berghof Studios, The Brown/Trinity Consortium, The University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor Training Program, St. George’s School, and The Wheeler School
Movement for Actors, Speech & Voice instructor. Maggie has taught speech and dialects in the graduate program at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, Yale University's Summer Program, Sarah Lawrence College, Wagner College, and the University of Georgia. She currently teaches speech and dialects at SUNY Purchase, the Circle in the Square Theater School, and New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. Maggie has coached Off-Broadway theater productions at Cherry Lane, Ensemble Studio Theatre, St. Ann's Warehouse, and the Museum of Jewish Heritage. Maggie is an Associate Fitzmaurice Voice Teacher, and member of VASTA and SAG/AFTRA. MFA University of Georgia.
Speech & Voice, Accents & Dialects instructor. Noel Vélez is a New York City-based actor and teacher. As an actor, he recently performed opposite Stacey Keach in the Broadway National Tour of “Frost/Nixon.” Noel has performed at theaters in New York and around the country, including Pearl Theatre, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Ensemble Studio Theater, Guthrie Theater, Folger Shakespeare Theatre and many others. In addition to performing, Noel has conducted summer Shakespeare workshops for teens, developed and delivered a business of acting course for apprentices at the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, and currently teaches speech and dialects privately. Noel holds a BA from George Mason University and an MFA from the Alabama Shakespeare Festival/ University of Alabama. He is a member of VASTA, the Voice & Speech Trainers Association.
Mary Lou Belli
Emmy® Award winning producer, writer, and director, Mary Lou is the co-author of “The Sitcom Career Book” and “Acting for Young Actors.” She is currently directing her 6th consecutive season of “Girlfriends” on the new CW network. Last season she directed “Living With Fran” starring Fran Drescher, “Misconceptions” starring Jane Leeves, and “Eve” starring hip-hop artist Eve. She began her career directing “Charles In Charge,” “ Major Dad,” and “Sister, Sister.” Mary Lou received BET nominations for directing “Girlfriends” and “One On One” as well as a Prism Award for “Girlfriends.”
Actor/director/writer, ACTeen alumnus (Film, Film Technique). Starred in the film “Pisadoo”, a short film that was honored with the Princess Grace Award, and appeared in “Tony and Tina’s Wedding” Off Off Broadway. Matt directed and co-wrote (with Carmine Famiglietti) the Sundance Film Festival American Spectrum entry “Lbs.”, a moving portrait of a man’s struggle with one of the most misunderstood addictions — overeating. Matt’s short “From Woodside, Queens” was accepted to the Aspen Shortsfest this year, one of 58 films (from 20 countries and over 1500 submissions) to be chosen. Director and writer of numerous TV commercials.
Donna Lynne Champlin
Actress, Broadway “Billy Elliot,” “Sweeney Todd” revival with Patti LuPone, “Hollywood Arms” directed by Tony-award–winner Harold Prince, with Linda Lavin and Michelle Pawk, “The Dead”, “By Jeeves”. Off-Broadway “My Life with Albertine”, Playwrights Horizon. National tour “Jolson” as Ruby Keeler. BFA Carnegie Mellon University, Presidential Scholar in the Arts, National Tap Champion.
Mari Lyn Henry
Former East Coast Director of Casting at ABC-TV for over 13 years, Ms. Henry is now the New York–based principal partner of Henry Downey Talent Management. Co-Author of “How to Be a Working Actor”, now in its fifth successful edition. Mari Lyn continues to teach workshops on on-camera audition techniques throughout the country and conducts seminars on “The Biz of the Biz”. Guest faculty of New York’s Circle in the Square Theatre School, she has served on the boards of The League of Professional Theatre Women, the NY/Tri-State Chapter of the Association of Image Consultants International, and is a member of the advisory boards of Women in Theatre/L.A. and the Florida Project. She has been quoted in numerous newspapers and industry publications, including “Back Stage” and “Soap Opera Digest”. Mari Lyn holds a Master’s Degree in Theatre from Catholic University.
Award-winning filmmaker — is an award-winning writer and director whose feature film, "Robot Stories" played in 75 festivals, won 35 awards, and screened theatrically across the country. Greg's feature screenplay "Rio Chino" won the 2002 IFP Market Pipedream screenplay award and a Rockefeller Media Arts Fellowship. Pak wrote the screenplay for the feature film "MVP," which premiered at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival. His short film "Fighting Grandpa" has won 20 prizes, including a Student Academy Award, and has played in over 50 film festivals. Greg studied political science at Yale University, history at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar, and film production at the NYU graduate film program.
Co-owner of Herman & Lipson Casting. Barry has been with Herman & Lipson for nearly twenty-five years casting over 7,500 commercials for such products as L’Oreal, American Express, Advil, Verizon and other top accounts. Besides casting for commercials shown around the world Mr. Shapiro also casts for film, television and theatre.
Celeste has performed around the world as a singer/comedienne. She has shared the stage with Rita Moreno, Wayland Flowers, Linda Hopkins, Marty Allen, Kaye Ballard, The Pointer Sisters, Bill Irwin, Alan Ruck, Barry Boswick, and American Idol Arranger and pianist Michael Orland. As a vocal teacher and coach Celeste has worked alongside Andrew Lloyd Weber as the NY vocal coach for the movie Phantom of the Opera. Celeste’s voice students have appeared on Broadway in The Lion King, Chicago, Gypsy, Nine, Wicked, Spamalot, Tarzan, The Color Purple, West Side Story, Next to Normal ,and Billy Elliot. Celeste is on the faculty of Broadway Artists Alliance, the Board of Directors of Italy’s Bel Canto Institute, and served as HIGH5 Vocalworks artistic director for 10years. She has directed over 400 cabaret shows and been nominated numerous times for Best Director by MAC (Manhattan Association of Cabaret). Celeste received her BM in Voice from the Manhattan School of Music.
Dani Super worked as a NYC talent agent for three years, before she became a casting director. Dani worked for McCorkle Casting, Rush-Super Casting, and currently runs her own office-- Dani Super Casting. She has cast for Broadway, Lincoln Center, Off Broadway, national tours, and regional theater (the Guthrie, Denver Center, Ensemble Studio Theater, Arena Stage etc.) She’s cast TV productions for MTV, AMC, CBS, Showtime, TNT, and Comedy Central as well as helming numerous film casting projects. Dani holds degrees in Theatre and Business from Emerson College. She has lectured and/or been on the acting staff at various institutions including: Pace University, Emerson College, The Actors Center in London, AMDA, Stella Adler, Wagner College, The American Theatre Wing, and Musical Theatre Works.
Michal Zecher spent several years as Talent Coordinator for CBS-TV's Primetime Casting department working on all of their prime time shows including How I Met Your Mother, CSI, and The Good Wife. She worked for Sheila Jaffe Casting, assisting on films (Sex and the City, Rachel Getting Married), and worked on various Broadway musicals while assisting Telsey & Co Casting. Currently Michal is on the faculty for NYU Tisch, teaching television audition classes. Education: Brandeis University.