Television & Film, USPA Camp

Tags: Thomas Leabhart, Columbia University, Department of Theatre, Pomona College, Eugenio Barba, Boekelheide, Artist in Residence, Department of Theater, School of the Arts, Thomas E. Leen, Walter Carrington, Catlin Gabel Professional Development Grants, Portland, Oregon, Artistic Director, Indonesian dance, Indonesian Arts, Julian Beck, Rachael Rosenthall, Portland Drammy Award, Peter A. Campbell, Anne Bogart, Julia Varley, Department of Theater, Portland International Performance, Pedro de Alcantara, Institut International de l'Acteur, international workshops, Portland Civic Theater Guild Fellowship, Amanda Boekelheide, Larry Singer, Laban movement, Merle Studios Odin Productions Human Experience, Inc., New York, Andrea Haring, Andrei Serban, Ulla Wolcz, Seaver Theatre, Kristin Linklater, the School of the Arts, Discovery Channel Teaching Manhattan School of Music, corporeal mime, CSC New York City Macbeth, Columbia University NYC, Lisa Peterson, dir, The Public Tartuffe Parnelle dir, Kris Thor, Manhattan Shakespeare Project Access Theater Romeo, Siti Company Training Saratoga, New York Portland State University, Michael Sexton, Nightmare Tears of Joy Rhinoceros Ensemble
Content: AMANDA BOEKELHEIDE [e] [email protected] or [email protected] [c] +1.646.727.0232
Off Broadway
Various & Sundry
Cloud of Fools
LES Festival
The Whistling Mortician
Multiple, Town Crier
Cloud of Fools
dir. Kris Thor
Sergeant Theater
Poetics: A Ballet Brut
Secret Dancer
OK theater
The Public
365 Days/365 Plays
dir. Kris Thor
The Public
dir. Brian Kulick
diR. Michael Sexton
Puchinella, Tartaglia
dir. Niky Wolcz
Three Sisters
OK theater
New York City
1/3 of the play
Manhattan Shakespeare Project Access Theater
Romeo & Juliet
Manhattan Shakespeare Project
NYC Parks
That Hour of the Morning
dir. Leпla Gaudin/Georgia Luce
dir. Liz Amadio
Producer's Club
dir. Nicole Watson
Access Theater
Red Handle
Play, Catastrophe, Play I-{III}
Red Handle
Chocolate Factory/Red Room
Krapp's Last Tape
Movement Dir.
dir. Will McAdams
Symphony Space
Lion in the Streets
Scarlett, Rhonda, Lilly
dir. Kareem Fahmy
The Duchess of Malfi
dir. Andrei Serban
Columbia University
No Exit
dir. Ulla Wolcz
Columbia University
La Ronde
Young Wife
dir. Ulla Wolcz
Columbia University
Full Stop
OK theater
Portland & Elsewhere
Offending the Audience
The Turn
Principle, movement direction
The Reformers
Assistant Dir to Chay Yew
Humana Festival
Krapp's Last Tape
Three Plays, Five Lives
Beatrice, movement direction
Seven Deadly Sins
Ensemble, movement development
Angela, Deb, Mrs. Finch
Curse of the Great Eleven
Objects for the Emancipated Consumer
A. Boekelheide
3 Mutants
Monique the Mosquito
The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other Principle, movement direction
Movement direction
Other Side
The Evening with the Photograph
Movement direction
Other Side
Pedro Paramo
Other Side
Jowl Movements I-IX
Handke Salmagundi
The Jungle Book
Mowgli, Akela, Bagheera, Monkeys
Tears of Joy
There's A Nightmare in my Closet
Tears of Joy
Ensemble, movement direction
Other Side
Oedipus Rex
Jocasta, ensemble
Bread & Puppet
The Rover
Seaver Theatre
Narukami: Thunder God
Princess Taema
Seaver Theatre
The Dutch Courtesan
Holborn Centre
October Gallery
The Comedy of Errors
October Gallery
Columbia University
NYC, New York
MFA in Acting at the School of the Arts. 2003 - 2006
With: Kristin Linklater, Andrea Haring, Andrei Serban, Ulla Wolcz, Larry Singer, Niky Wolcz,Anne
Bogart, Lisa Peterson + many workshops with notable practitioners in the field.
Siti Company Training
Saratoga, New York
Portland State University
Portland, Oregon
Continuing theater education through the Portland International Performance Festival.
L'Ecole de Mime Corporeal Dramatique Six months corporeal mime technique, repertoire, improvisation & composition.
London, England
Pitzer College
LA, California
BA in Theatre, cum laude. 1992-1996 One-year conservatory study in London. Semester in Nepal.
AMANDA BOEKELHEIDE [e] [email protected] or [email protected] [c] +1.646.727.0232
Television & Film Film Junction Transmission The Discovery The Cook Waafrika Viewpoint Television Most Evil
Police Officer Principle Yoga Instructor Lisa Bobby Stunt Advisor Catherine May Wood
Choice Films Gabriel Segdwick Merle Studios Odin Productions human experience, Inc. Discovery Channel
Manhattan School of Music, 2010-present
NYC, New York
One day workshops on Laban movement dynamics and scene building for Opera singers.
The Dalton School, 2013-14
NYC, New York
Guest Artist & director for yearly after school productions.
College of New Jersey, 2011
Trenton, NJ
Basic Suzuki workshop with college students. focus on "The Grammar of the Feet," walks, statues, and discovering dynamic opposition.
Watermill, 2009
Watermill, New York
Taught workshops to students from the community as part of a residency and performance through Robert Wilson's Watermill Center. Worked
with kids from local Girlscout troupe and local school on characters based on animal bodies, and various walks. The kids then made music videos.
US performing arts Camp, 2007 & 2008
NYC, New York
Taught beginning stage combat, Laban dynamics for actors, and Shakespeare for two summers. Helped prepared final presentations.
Lewis & Clarke Summer in NYC, 2007
NYC, New York
Movement for actors workshop focusing on Laban dynamics and simple composition based around chair improvisations.
LaGuardia Arts & Pace High School, 2006
NYC, New York
Team taught workshops in Moliere and movement for students in conjunction with performances of Moliere's The Misanthrope, Scapin & Tartuffe
with Classic Stage Company's The Young Company.
Penn State Berks, 2006
Reading, Pennsylvania
Beginning Suzuki workshops ­ focus on "The Grammar of the Feet," walks, and discovering opposition.
Columbia University, 2004
NYC, New York
Part of a four person student team that led Anne Bogart's Collaboration class and directed the final presentation while studying at Columbia
Liminal Performance Group,1997-present
Portland, Oregon
Lead actor with the company. Created & implemented movement program & direct movement work in rehearsal. Teach corporeal mime,
improvisation & Laban dynamics. Developed physical technique of company from a base of Corporeal Mime, Suzuki, Polish theater and other work.
Articulated Physicality/Mutual Physicality, 1999-present
Portland, Oregon/NYC, New York
Lead yearly intensive theatre workshops in conjunction with Liminal and other Portland and NYC artists/theaters. Teach continuing adult
workshops and classes in Mutual Physicality, Articulated Physicality and Impossible Architecture.
The Catlin Gabel School, 1999-2003
Portland, Oregon
Created Acting I & II classes focusing on physical, vocal, & textual exploration in performance with study ranging from classical theatre to
improvisational games. Directed yearly productions including Top Girls, Our Country's Good, Macbeth.
Sowelu Theatre, 2000-2002
Portland, Oregon
Member & outreach instructor with Meisner based ensemble company. Responsibilities included attending twice weekly workshops and classes,
performing and teaching.
Physical Theatre/Corporeal Mime, 1999
Portland, Oregon/Vancouver, BC
Facilitated Portland workshop for internationally recognized performer, writer and teacher, Thomas Leabhart. Assistant taught Vancouver
workshop in composition, corporeal mime technique and improvisation.
Portland Parks and Recreation/Media Rites, 1997-1998
Portland, Oregon
Created physically based theatre programs for younger students. Developed & taught a series of weekend workshops focusing on physical & vocal
ensemble work. Culminated in performances.
Institut International de l'Acteur, 1997
Lectoure, France
Assistant to Thomas Leabhart, Chair, Department of Theatre, Pomona College. Taught composition, corporeal mime, & improvisation. Directed & performed in interNational Workshops.
Movement Direction, Staging - Armed & Unarmed Actor/Combatant Skills - Dialects: British RP, Irish - Languages: French, Nepalese & simple Spanish, Polish, Indonesian & Thai - Nepalese Dance: Munjushree - Workshops with Eugenio Barba & Julia Varley, Julian Beck, Rachael Rosenthall, Anna Devere-Smith - Voice/Alexander with Michael McCallion, Walter Carrington & Pedro de Alcantara - Tumbling - Beginning Trapeze - Piano some Oboe and Clarinet - study with Gardzienice theater in Poland, workshop with Butoh dancer Yumiko Yoshida in Germany - Sichuanese Opera study in China ­ Indonesian dance training in Indonesia, BSBI - Standard Medical Patient ­ Negotiations scenario training with USMA
AMANDA BOEKELHEIDE [e] [email protected] or [email protected] [c] +1.646.727.0232 Selected Grants and Awards Ontological Short Form Incubator 2010 Indonesian Arts and Cultural Scholarship 2009 Watermill Center Intermittent Residency 2008-2009 Ontological Short Form Incubator 2007 Hall Farm Artist's Residency 2006 Columbia University Fellowship for graduate study 2004-2005 International House Artist in Residence, NYC 2003-2004 Thomas E. Leen Memorial Scholarship 2003 Portland Drammy Award Outstanding Achievement in Choreography 2003 Regional Arts and Culture Council Grant for Individual Artists 2002 Portland Civic Theater Guild Fellowship 2002 Catlin Gabel professional development Grants 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Portland International Performance Festival Assistance Grants 2000, 2001 Portland Drammy Award best Original Production 2001 Virginia Princehouse-Allen Acting Award, Curtain Raisers Grant 1997 References Robert Wilson, artistic director, Watermill Center, Byrd Hoffman. Andrei Serban, Department of Theater, School of the Arts, Columbia University. Anne Bogart, Department of Theater, School of the Arts, Columbia University. Artistic Director, SITI Company. Thomas Leabhart, Artist in Residence, Department of Theatre, Pomona College. Peter A. Campbell, Artistic Director, Red Handle Theater, Department of Theater, Ramapo University. Bryan Markovitz, Liminal Performance Group, Artistic Director. Selected Press "...Amanda Boekelheide's moving performance as the protagonist is the emotional eye of a technological storm." -Timothy Lee, Ghostcrab, NYC, NY. "...the standout is Amanda Boekelheide. She manages to stay within Beckett's cadence perfectly, and adds the necessary bile to her voice's story. ­Matt Freeman, NY Theater, NYC, NY. "Amanda Boekelheide, in particular, is a chameleonic actress, playing a childhood brat, a sexpot "other woman," a mousy schoolteacher, and a cerebral palsy victim with equal assurance." -Adam Klasfeld, Theater Mania, NY, NY. "The physical score, developed by Amanda Boekelheide, is the most astonishingly fierce and complex piece of stage action I've seen in Portland in years. Fresh back from her studies in Poland, Boekelheide is at the top of her art..." -Steffin Silvis, Willamette Week, Portland, Oregon. "The expressionistic movement is surprising; you never know when one character is going to leap on another's back or bully their partner's body into a pose of tenderness..." - Colin Thomas The Georgia Straight, Vancouver, BC "Superb director/choreographer Amanda Boekelheide has nailed Krapp's mannerisms and uncompromising physicality..." Justin Sanders, The Mercury, Portland, Oregon. "He's also wisely hired Amanda Boekelheide to provide movement, which invests this piece with its staggering style." -Steffin Silvis, Willamette Week, Portland, Oregon. "Most powerful is the movement of Amanda Boekelheide, who also functions as the production's movement director. In playful face-offs or in her stiff-backed way of being carried off the stage as if on a stretcher or in descending four to six feet down the backs of her fellow performers, she created some of the piece's most riveting images." -Richard Wattenberg, The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon.


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