|Associate Professor of Theatre
B.A. in Theatre Arts – Santa Clara University
M.F.A. in Acting – University of Wisconsin at Madison
Denise Myers recently completed
University Professor Level 3-part 1 Certification in Margolis Method at
the Margolis Method Center in Barryville, New York. She has been
studying t’ai ji with Chungliang Huang since 2002 and in 2008
accompanied him in China for a month long immersion in t’ai ji and
calligraphy. As the resident movement specialist, Denise teaches a
variety of courses in movement, acting and improvisation. Her directing
credits include: Machinal, Dead Man’s Cell Phone, Wonder of the
World, The Living, Little Women (the musical), Six Degrees of
Separation, Much Ado About Nothing, Stop Kiss, Proof, and Picasso at the Lapin Agile.
In addition to her work on the Mainstage, Professor Myers directs an
annual children’s show to raise money for local charities and has
directed summer youth productions for the Decatur Parks District.
Special interests include mask work, and yoga.
Disciplines: Beginning and Advanced Movement for Actors, Beginning Acting, and Improvisation