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Spring 2023

We are thrilled to now be based in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. This has long been a dream of my partner, Marci, and I, and we look forward to working with the many local arts & educational organizations in the coming years. But don't worry, we still tour far and wide, and with our award-winning online programming experience, we are more accessible than ever! 

And speaking of Vermont, I am so very honored to play the role of Rob Mermin in his original Play, ACT 39, at the Haybarn Theater at Goddard College, opening at the end of June. This is a powerful tale of friendship, and end of life decisions.Tickets are available at

Thanks to valued partnerships with Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration, Connected North, MassHousing, and other awesome collaborators, we continue delivering virtual and in-person sessions across North America, including programs about Shakespeare, Ben Franklin, Public Speaking, Jedi Training, Stage Combat, Storytelling with J.T., Storyboarding with Marisa, and Physical Comedy with Marci, among others. Our newest program, "Reading Shakespeare", which complements our longest-running session, "Will's World: All About The Bard,"  focuses on a specific Shakespearean play your group is reading, and has received great reviews. 

My stage combat work continues, and I have been honored to choreograph violence for Beaver Country Day School, Georgetown High School, and M and D Playhouse.

My work as Descriptive Narrator for PBS has continues with new episodes of Pinkalicious!.

A new and exciting venture has been the opportunity to teach Tai Chi online for people around the world thru the European company,  Rest Less. I am excited to utilize my teaching certifications in tai chi and qigong, with regular programming on the Rest Less platform. Additionally I offer a live class in Tai Chi for Arthritis and Fall Prevention, sponsored by the Northeast Kingdom Council on Aging and Brighton Recreation, in Island Pond Vermont, Thursdays at 11 at Town Hall.

Pre recorded or live, interactive, customizable versions of our all programs  are available remotely or in-person (with COVID precautions), and are adaptable for schools, libraries, adult learners, theaters, and historical groups.

And through a partnership with the Diamond Family Circus, we can bring live circus and movement arts programming and consultation for all ages and abilities to your site virtually or in-person as well!

If you are interested in booking me or our other teaching artists, please drop my amazing Company Manager, Marci Diamond, a line at

Mask up, stay safe, and hope to see you soon!



A variety of literary, historical, theatrical and mindful movement-based programming. Please see list of solo shows, of various literary/historical characters, which are great for schools, libraries, historical societies, retirement communities and more. Check out our offerings here or drop us a line to discuss details.

Acting classes, individual or group, all ages.(This includes helping with character work for roles you may already be cast in, with due deference to your director).

Public Speaking lessons, great if you have a fear of public speaking but have that big speech to give.

Accent work, for when you are cast in a show that requires a dialect.

Audition preparation, both for being ready for any audition and for coaching on a specific audition, including finding the right audition piece. Audition emergencies are my specialty!

Stage combat choreography and training for individuals, and for plays and musicals.

Voice over coaching, all styles, corporate, cartoon, etc.

Keynote speeches, that will liven up any event.

In a more spiritual theme, I am an Ordained Minister, happy to perform wedding ceremonies, or coach someone who is going to be doing a ceremony. And  I also offer sermon coaching, any denomination, to make you more dynamic in the pulpit.

All sessions can be done in person, or via online platforms.

Please contact us for any of the above, and spread the word - thanks!

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