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From Page to Stage with Director, Bryn Boice

From Stage to Page
with award-winning
stage director Bryn Boice Thursday, MARCH 24, 4 PM

Live theatre begins when a playwright has an idea for a plot. But when the script is completed, a director, actors and a team of technicians set out to bring the story
to life.How does a director stay true to the playwright’s intent? How do the actors’ choices tell the story? Does a play really need lights, sets and costumes? Stage director Bryn Boice will help us understand how a story on a page becomes a live stage production.

Bryn Boice is an award-winning theatre director, educator, actor and producer. She is the Associate Artistic Director of Commonwealth Shakespeare Company and Director of their CSC Academy. She teaches Voice, Applied Movement, Acting & Dialects, among others, at Salem State University. Bryn holds an MFA in Directing from Boston University and an MFA in Acting from the Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training (FSU). Recent directing credits include Universe Rushing Apart: Blue Kettle & Here We Go, two Caryl Churchill one-acts for Commonwealth Shakespeare Company (Elliot Norton Award–Outstanding Director, Large Theatre); The Sound Inside (Speakeasy Stage); and an all-female production of JuliusCaesar for Actors’ Shakespeare Project. New York and Regional credits as an actor and/or director include work with Asolo Repertory Theatre, Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, Martha’s Vineyard PAC, Monomoy Theatre, Caroline’s on Broadway, and Manhattan
Theatre Club.