Matthew Glass who is taking a break from Academentia is a vocal coach specializing in accent modification/reduction/expansion and the artistic director of Voice Body Concepts, Inc. He last was seen performing Iranian Playwright Assurbani Babilla’s  massive SOMETHING SOMETHING UBER ALLES at The Alliance Theatre Lab and Brooklyn’s Brick Theatre. Matthew directed and translated Alfred Jarry’s UBU ROI  which is prepared for publication this Spring. and is currently working on a new version of Camille Saint-Saëns’ The Carnival of the Animals (Le Carnaval des Animaux). Former Company Member of Miami’s Camposition, A Miami Dance/Theatre Company where he was previously seen in several world premiers as a writer and a performer. Matthew’s work On The Bugchasers commissioned by the Miami Dade Cultural Affairs, performed at the Adrienne Arsht was documented on Oxford’s Press; QUEER THEATRE  He is a student of Reiki,  Fitzmaurice Voicework ™, Labanotation with the National Dance Bureau and a member of the International IPA Association. Recently Matthew appeared as Bernard in GableStage’s Romance (Best Supporting Actor, Best Of Miami 2007; Miami New Times and Best Comic Performance 2007; Miami’s Sun Post.). Regionally he has worked at The American Living Room Theatre Festival, Coffee Clutch Playwriting Workshop(NYC), Miami Theatre Center, The New World Repertory Company, Miami Children’s Theatre, The Rude Mechanicals, City Theatre, Area Stage Company, Acme Acting Company, Mad Cat Theatre Company, Gablestage , The (project) Theatre and once upon a time at the  Florida Shakespeare Festival. He is a member of MICHA, The American Dramatists Guild, VASTA, International Phonetic Association and The Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers. He has taught  at Nova Southeastern University, Barry University, , Blue Dog, Universal Academy, Miami-Dade College’s North, Meek, New World School of the Arts and Kendall Campuses and Florida International University.  www.matthew.glass


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