|MARGARET ANN BRADY has been teaching acting and improvisational techniques in Boston since 1995, first for The Studio at CP Casting, and also at Curry and Emerson Colleges. She’s worked with Merrimack Theatre's Young Company, in Boston schools with Arts in Progress, with the Museum of Science’s Science on Stage Program, and the Mass. Educational Theater Guild, and is the Creative Manager of The Freedom Trail Foundation's Scholars Program. She has studied acting at Shakespeare & Company, Bronia Wheeler, Jon Lipsky, Ken Cheesman, Paula Langton, and improv with Keith Johnstone, among others. A member of Actors Equity Association and SAG-AFTRA, she has worked as an actor/storyteller/producer/writer in Boston and elsewhere for a very long time, with many theatrical, film, commercial, industrial and comedy credits, including ART, Stoneham Theater, Wheelock Family Theater, the Lyric Stage Company, Boston Playwrights Theatre, Speakeasy Stage Co., Gold Dust Orphans, and joined Apollinaire Theatre for its summer presentation of The Wedding on the Eiffel Tower.|
|DANIELLE ROSVALLY is a fight director, dramaturge, and PhD Candidate at Tufts University. Her work with violence composition has recently been seen in Bent and Good Television (Zeitgeist), Rent (Balch Arena Theatre), Macbeth (Charlestown Working Theater), Songs of the Dragons Flying to Heaven and Bocón (Apollinaire), Welcome to Arroyo's (Balch Arena Theatre), Company (Blackbox Productions), and Lost in Thought (Simple Machine/Boston Theatre Marathon). Danielle starred in the award-winning fight-intensive short film "Love Hurts" produced by Malarkey films for the 2013 Boston 48-hour film festival.|
|CHIARA DURAZZINI is a native of Florence, Italy, and has been working as a theatre actress both in Italy and in Boston. She is a co-founder of the Boston based Commedia dell'Arte troupe Pazzi Lazzi with whom she performs for schools, universities and cultural organizations all over New England. Some of her other credits include Tinker Bell in "Pan" (Company One), Carmen in "The Balcony" (Boston Directors' Lab) and the Virgin Mary in "Anger Box" (Apollinaire Theatre). She had also previously appeared in numerous Italian productions, including plays by Moliere, Goldoni and Pirandello. She has trained with the actors of the Odin Teatret and studied extensively Commedia dell'Arte at the Scuola Sperimentale dell'Attore near Venice. She obtained her Master's degree in Art, Music and Theatre at the University of Bologna, Italy.|
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