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Brian Homer, Teaching Artist, is a classically-trained actor who has performed in numerous Off-Broadway productions, including Theater for a New Audience's Richard II/Richard III, as well as Seattle Repertory Theater's premiere of Rebecca Gilman's Spinning Into Butter, and the New Repertory Theater's world premiere of Stephen Belber's Drifting Elegant.

A veteran teaching artist with 15+ years of successfully leading workshops, peer education and arts-in-education residencies  through fundamental theatre techniques, role playing and improvisation, Brian has also held consultancy for a broad spectrum of entities ranging from Fortune 500s to detention centers and shelters. He holds an MFA from Brandeis University concentrating on acting, style, and movement technique education and has five years of experience working with Stages on The Sound as an actor, director, and teaching artist,  delivering dynamic theatre arts programming throughout four of the five NYC boroughs and Long Island.

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