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Core Faculty


Originally from Little Rock, Arkansas, Scott McGehee moved to Italy as a Fulbright Fellow in 1995 and has lived in Italy since. He received his Doctorate in European Intellectual History from Boston College in 1996 and is the President and Founding Director of the Accademia dell’Arte.

Scott’s research interest centers on the convergence of radical social thought with the organization of aesthetics perception and artistic expression. He has been active in the formation of the CrisisArt Festival and contemporary social movements including Occupy Wall Street. He continues to work on projects that explore the potential for collective and collaborative creation and has written on the subversive character of the Commedia dell’Arte. (Link Essay: the-pre-eminence-of-the-actor-in-renaissance-context-2.)

Scott gives lectures and seminars throughout the year at the Accademia on various topics including the history of cabaret, understanding Commedia politically, the commodification of artistic experience and related topics.

Hobbies are many, none of which are well developed, but he does have a knack for writing bad pop-songs.


Founding Director
Philosophy/History Lecturer


Nhandan Chirco is a performer, director, teacher, and choreographer. Her work has been presented at numerous festivals and institutions throughout Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Germany, France and Austria. From ’94 to ’98 she was part of the artistic team at the Workcenter of Jerry Grotowski and Thomas Richards; afterwards she collaborated with directors Branko Popovic, Tomi Janezic and Zlatko Sviben. She worked as a performer and pedagogue with the choreographer Maja Delak, with contemporary dance company EN-KNAP in Ljubljana and collaborated in artistic creations with different choreographers.

Since ’99 she conducted numerous seminars collaborating with Universities of Urbino – Italy and of La Valletta – Malta and in numerous theatre institutions in Europe and beyond. In 2004 she taught the course Body and Voice Work in the post-graduate specialisation course Body Unlimited – University of Novi Sad, and she also taught the undergraduate course Body Work at the University of Osijek in Acting Department.

From 2009-2013 she developed the project STREAMLINE and the performances Quanta, More, Queens, and Hidden Sessions – from #00 to #14. She graduated in “Live Performing Arts” at DAMS in Bologna where in 2013 and 2014 she held theoretical lessons titled “On Live Creation.” In 2012 she launched the platform F.A.C.K. for the experimentation of new cultural and artistic modes of production. In 2014 she completed the artistic project ET L’EUROPE ALORS in collaboration with ZaLab filmmakers group.


Physical Theatre Program Director
Movement and Body Work


Dory Rebekah Sibley is the Undergraduate Programs Associate and the professor of Voice and Ensemble Performance at the Accademia dell’Arte. She is the Co-Founder of the NYC based physical theatre company Tut’Zanni Theatre Company. Already in their sixth year, Tut’Zanni has performed and taught all over the world. She is also a founding member of the all-woman clown troupe Women From Mars and recently toured their ‘clown-noir’ cabaret SILENT REFLECTIONS through Italy and parts of the USA. Dory is one of the pioneer teachers of Voice in the Mask work and currently teaches and develops new projects in collaboration with colleague Torbjörn Alström, Head of Puppetry, Masks and Animation at the Frölunda Kulturhus in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Dory is a certified teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework® and has over ten years of experience in various voice and bodywork fields including Roy Hart Experimental Voice, classical voice and opera theatre, Alexander and Feldenkrais techniques. She completed her teaching certification in the Elemental Body Alignment System (EBAS) in 2013. She was an ArezzoFestival organizer for over 4 years, was the CrisisART Festival Collective Facilitator from 2012 – 2014 and serves as President of the ADA Alumni Association. As a freelance artist, she continues to perform her original devised work in the USA and Europe. Learn more about Dory’s ongoing projects and pedagogy on her website:


Undergraduate Programs Associate
Voice and Ensemble Performance


Actor, director, scholar, and theatre educator, Giangiacomo Colli received his formal acting and directing training with two of the major figures of post-World War II Italian theatre, Vittorio Gassman and Orazio Costa. An accomplished practitioner of Commedia dell’Arte, he was introduced to this popular form of theatre by his father, a renowned theatre and television director, and then perfected his skills under Carlo Boso. His theatre formation also includes workshops with Joseph Chaikin, Shiro Nomura, Jerzy Grotowski, and Chuck Mike, among others.

Alongside his professional career, Giangiacomo graduated from the University of Rome in theatre history, received an M.F.A. in directing from the University of Hawaii, and a Ph.D. in drama from the University of Toronto. He has taught in Canada at the University of Toronto, Sheridan College, and Brock University, and in the US, at Franklin & Marshall College, Texas State University-San Marcos, and Middlebury College. Since 2014, in Italy, he has collaborated with the Master of Social Theatre at the University of Rome; the Training Course for Actors “Orazio Costa” at the Pergola Theatre, in Florence; the Rome–based association Teatroavista; and has developed his own devising technique, Il fattore umano, based on collaborative dramaturgy. Giangiacomo is also the author of a volume on Orazio Costa’s holistic acting training, a few articles, and an educational play on Commedia dell’Arte.


Full-Year Program Coordinator
Commedia dell’Arte


Emilija Dimitrijevic was born in Serbia and graduated in English Language and Literature from the University of Nis. Continuing her education in Italy, she received from the Uni-versity of Siena a BA in Foreign Languages and Literatures and a PhD in interdisciplinary studies that include the areas of literature, aesthetics, arts, and performance. Her original interest in language and literature has over the years evolved into an interest in several disciplines and a commitment to multidisciplinary inquiry. Her research interests lie in the field of the novel, theory, gender, and cultural studies, and her studies draw on the work of contemporary philosophers, social theorists, and psychologists. She is the author of essays on A.S. Byatt, Jeanette Winterson, Angela Carter, J. L. Borges, Danilo Kis, Henry James, Audrey Niffenegger, William Shakespeare, Robert Browning, and of the mono-graph Intimacy and Identity in the Postmodern Novel (2008).

Emilija Dimitrijevic is teaching the Philosophy of Art and Performance, the course aiming to encourage and enable students to take a stance in the discourse of art and performance.


Philosophy of Art and Performance


Chris Truini is a Roxbury, Connecticut native who recently graduated from Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts with a BA in Theatre and Dance Studies. During his time at Wheaton, studied abroad at the Moscow Art Theatre School in Moscow, Russia where he was introduced to the movement system of Andrei Droznin. He then furthered his study of Droznin’s system at the Eugene O’Neill Center in Waterford, Connecticut before returning to Moscow in the summer of 2016 to study at the Konstantin Raikin School of Higher Learning and once again in the summer of 2017 to study privately with Andrei Schukin. In spite of his chronic and all consuming russophilia, Chris found his way to Italy in the fall of 2015 where he was a member of the Physical Theatre course at the Accademia. Following his graduation from Wheaton, Chris returned to the ADA as the Technical Coordinator and movement teaching assistant. Since returning to Italy he has steeped himself in the contact improvisation scene, studying with teachers from Italy, Slovenia, and Russia, most notably Leonardo Lambruschini and Anjelika Doni. He now teaches contact improvisation at Spazio Seme in Arezzo, and at the ADA as an assistant to Nhandan Chirco.


Assistant in Movement and Body Work

Guest Faculty


Sašo Vollmaier is a pianist, composer, performer and teacher. He graduated from the Academy of Music in Ljubljana (Slovenia) in 2008 – professor of piano. In 2005 he met PanTheatre (France). He joined the Slovenian avant-garde music group Laibach in 2007 – 2013 as a keyboard player. In 2013 he moved to France where he meets Viviane Gay, an actress with whom he started developing his presence on the stage as a performer trough his voice, movement and music. The voice work brought him to Malérargues (France) again where he started to give classes, collaborating with other voice teachers and giving the concerts and performances. In the same year he begins to direct the performance called “Generation”. This project allows him to meet the Roy Hart Theatre in terms of the power of the presence, fragility, expression, authenticity, curiosity…

Vollmaier teaches musical aspects, encourages the students to invent their own language, working on presence, voice and movement. In 2014 he started to collaborate with Susanne Weins – performance artist, giving the voice/movement workshops in Düsseldorf and creating their own theatre productions (Bewegte Oktaven, Fragile Breath, Melancholia,…) most of them directed by Sabine Seume. He works as a voice teacher mainly in France, Germany, Italy and Brazil.

“Electric Unicorn” is the name of electro-acoustic project created by three completely different personalities (I. Leitinger, L. Jamnik, S. Vollmaier) in 2013 with different musical backgrounds.

Vollmaier’s accomplishments include theatre and cartoon scores, choral arrangements, marching orchestras, big bands, playing as a studio musician (Laibach, Bratko Bibič, Silence, Funtango, radio/TV broadcastings,…)


Storytelling Cabaret


Andrea Cavarra studied at the Scuola Internazionale dell’Attore Comico in Reggio Emilia where studied under Antonio Fava. After graduation, he worked at the school for three years. In 1998 he co-founded the company Teatrovivo where he worked for 6 years as an actor, assistant director, scenographer, mask-maker and theatre teacher. From 1999 to 2000 he was the Commedia dell’Arte consultant for the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford. In May 2001, he began studying leather mask construction under master mask-maker Stefano Petrocco and became his official assistant in February 2004, working for three years at the studio Pathè-Albatros in Montreuil, Paris directed by Carlo Boso.

Besides acting he currently works as a scenographer and mask-maker for many different companies including Teatro della Tosse – Genova, Teatro Stabile delle Marche – Ancona, Teatro del Butatto, Quelli di Grock and Scimmie Nude. In 2008 he constructed masks for “The Merchant of Venice” under the direction of Massimiliano Civica who also won the Ubu award for Best Director that year. In 2009 he was the scenographer for “Mistero Buffo” by Dario Fo under the direction of Paolo Rossi.

He is currently the President of Zorba Officine Creative, a popular theatre and theatre maker association. Under this initiative he created the Operativi Creativi Ansaldo project at the Officine Creative Ansaldo, an eight-year experiment during which a series of working art studios organize workshops, courses and seminars that are open to the public. One of the most important projects is the studiARTeatro, the first theatre school festival in Milan, created and directed by Andrea with fourteen different schools in participation including three from Milan proper.

In addition, he conceived La Sagra dell’OCA, a festival that brings together the culinary and artistic culture within the quartieri. He opened the l’Atelier del Teatro e delle Arti within the Arte Passante in the mezzanine of the Republic, which Andrea currently manages as well.


Leather Mask-Making


Leonidas Martin is a professor at Barcelona University where he teaches new media and political art. For many years he has been developing collective projects between art and activism, many of them well known internationally. He also writes about art and politics for cultural blogs, journals and newspapers. As a video maker he has created several documentaries and movies for television and internet. As a co-founder of three art and activist collectives Las Agencias (2001-2003), Yomango (2003-2007) and Enmedio (2007-current), he has designed and coproduced a number of Artivist and guerrilla-communication projects including, Pret-a-Revolter and The Reflectors among others.


Art and Activism


Janez Janša is contemporary artist who in 2007 together with two other Slovenian artists changed his name into the name of the conservative, two times prime-minister of Slovenia. Before and after this radical artistic gesture Janša has been working as theatre director and performer of interdisciplinary works that focus on the relation between art and the social and political context surrounding it, reflecting the responsibility of the performers as well as the spectators. Many of his works deal with the very status of performance in neoliberal societies. He created e.g. (together with Peter Šenk) a Refugee Camp for the Citizens of the First World (2004) and devised We are all Marlene Dietrich FOR (with Erna Ómarsdóttir, 2005) as a performance for soldiers in peace-keeping missions in the tradition of famous army entertainment shows. In his exhibition Life in Progress (2008) the audience itself reenacted famous historical performance art actions. For Janez Janša artistic practice, theoretical reflection and political involvement are not separated: He is also the director of Maska, a non-profit organization in publishing, artistic production and education, based in Ljubljana, Slovenia and edited several books on contemporary dance and theatre. He is author of the book on early works by Jan Fabre, (La discipline du chaos, le chaos de la discipline, 1994).

He is currently fellow at the International research center Interweaving Performance Culture at the Freie Universitaet in Berlin and Honorary Visiting Professor in the Department of Drama, Theatre and Performance at the University of Roehampton, London.


Lecturer: MASKA


Tomi Janežič has been listed by international critics as one of the most interesting European theatre directors of his generation, and has been internationally recognized as one of the experts in the field of acting creative techniques.

He obtained his degrees in theatre directing from the Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television in Ljubljana (Slovenia), and was later educated in Slovenia and abroad, particularly in the field of various acting techniques and psychodrama. Janezic is also a certified psychodrama psychotherapist and studied Group Analysis.

Janežič teaches theatre directing at University of Ljubljana. He lectured and participated as an invited artist in almost twenty different countries around Europe, in Russia and United States.

His performances have toured on international theatre festivals in Vienna (Wiener Festwochen), Brussels (Kunstenfestivaldesarts), Moscow (Golden Mask, Moscow Footlights), Belgrade (BITEF), Sarajevo (MESS, Sarajevo Winter), Zagreb (Eurokaz, Gavella Evenings), Firenze (Fabbrica Europa), Nitra (Nitra International Theatre Festival), Budapest (Budapest Spring Festival), Rotterdam (Paradise Regained), Munich (Tanzwerkstatt Europa), Skopje (MOT), Ljubljana (Exodos), Timisoara (TESZT), Sfantu Gheorghe (Reflexfest 3), St. Petersburg (Balkan Theatre Spaces), New York (Performance Mix), Tanzhaus Düsseldorf, Rijeka (International Small Scenes Theatre Festival), Ohrid International Festival, Dubrovnik Summer Festival, Piatra Neamt International Theatre Festival, Novi Sad (Sterijino pozorje), Užice (Yugoslavian Theatre Festival), Split (Split Summer Festival, Marulić Days), Maribor (Borštnik Meeting), Podgorica (Biennial of Montenegro Theatre) etc.

He has received over thirty international prizes and awards, among them two MESS Golden Laurel Wreath awards, BITEF audience award, award of the jury of international association of critics, four Sterija awards, Bojan Stupica award etc. and has been recently nominated for Russian Golden mask award for best directing and best performance and Norwegian Hedda Award for best directing.


Michael Chekhov and ensemble making


Iztok Kovač is a choreographer, teacher and dancer in Ljubljana, Slovenia. In the 1990s virtually out of nothing established the notion of the Slovene contemporary dance in the cultural space of Europe and beyond. In 1993 he established the international dance company En-Knap in Leuven, Belgium, under the wings of Klapstuk Festival; a year later the group moved its headquarters to Ljubljana, where he established EN-KNAP Productions. After 14 years of project-based work, in 2007 Kovač founded the international dance company EnKnapGroup, the first permanent ensemble for contemporary dance in Slovenia, thus beginning working on a repertory basis. Two years later EN-KNAP Productions was entrusted the management of the Španski Borci Cultural Centre in Ljubljana, where Iztok Kovač is the artistic director, and programmer of the domestic and international programme. In addition to 34 own projects, artistic direction and pedagogical work, his opus includes also six dance films. In 22 years, his EN-KNAP has introduced and established its own esthetics inside the European space and formed its trademark, into which many acclaimed coproducers have invested from the outset. For his work, Iztok Kovač has received prominent domestic and international awards.


Movement Composition


Tomaž Grom is a double-bass player and composer from Slovenia. As an improviser he is dedicated to exploring an extended range of techniques of playing the double bass, including in combination with electronic media. His creativity is noted for its continuous experimentation with his own sound potential guided by the principle of spontaneity. Grom performed in the most varied ensembles of diverse musical genres.

He has made music for a number of theatre, dance and puppet performances. Two of his performances, Bruto/Gross and Ništrc/Off-cuts have made it into Artservis collection (project SCCA – Ljubljana).

Since 2006 he has been involved in conceptualizing and leading workshops in the field of electro-acoustic and music improvisation entitled Maksimatika/Maximathics, and from 2009 the workshop called Search and reflect (unidiomatic improvisation). He is the artistic director of Zavod Sploh, an associaton devoted to the production of music and performing arts as well as to education and publishing in the field.


Music Improvisation


Sam, originally from Boston, grew up in Tuscany where from a young age he was engaged in music, circus arts, street performing and physical theatre. Sam was awarded his bachelors degree in music and philosophy from Sarah Lawrence College in NYC in conjunction with BHU in Varanasi India. He also attended the MFA program at the ADA. Sam’s interdisciplinary approach has brought him to collaborate with a variety of projects and people, including painters, poets, musicians, dancers, actors, folk research and pedagogy. Sam has performed in Italy, Germany, Greece, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and India; he has also led workshops in many of these places. Sam was an original member of the experimental rock band Sycamore Age (It) with whom he toured for over four years. Now he lives in the south Bohemia (CZ) as member of physical theatre company Divadlo Continuo. Sam is interested in poetry, composed theatre, experimental music and movement.




Gianni Bruschi is one of the founding members of Spazio Seme in Arezzo (Tuscany) where he is artistic director and where he teaches theatre, voice, and expressive movement. A singer and actor, he has trained with many Italian and foreign artists. He directs ensemble work related to voice, theatre, and dance in the Italian expressive culture, and he has held concerts in festivals around Italy and various Mediterranean countries such as France, Egypt, Albania, Greece, Morocco, Tunisia, Spain and India.

He studied Belcanto and Opera with Slavka Taskova Paloetti, with whom he collaborated at the Fondazione Guido d’Arezzo. He got a degree in Italian Literature and history of the theatre at the University of Siena; he got the status of “expert of education” on professional profile of Tuscany Region related to European Community. He is achieving a degree as a counselor at the Institute of Psychosynthesis of Roberto Assagioli in Florence.




Mitsuru Sasaki was born in Japan in 1944. In 1965 he studied Ballet under Hironobu Oikawa and Midori Takato, and Butho with Kazuo Ohno. In 1980, Mitsuru joined Folkwang Tanzstudio, a graduate program at Folkwang University in Germany, as a dancer and choreographer. Founded by Kurt Jooss, this program was also home to other dance moguls such as Pina Bausch, Reinhild Hoffmann, and Susanne Linke. Mitsuru studied modern dance with Hans Züllig, ballet with Brian Bertscher, and modern technique with Jean Cebron at Folkwang University. In 1988, he founded SASAKI Dance Co. Since 2015 he has been responsible for the contemporary Butoh class at the Accademia dell’Arte with Mark Wilson.

Contemporary Butoh is based on Japanese Butoh with ballet and dance theater techniques. Unfortunately, we lost Mark Wilson in 2015 but we are trying to find new movements with his steps.




Helena Walsh is one of Ireland’s leading voice specialists and gives workshops nationally and internationally. She works freelance and on actor training programs for stage and screen throughout Ireland and Europe. Helena is an Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework® from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, London. Helena has her own Voice and Body Studio. She currently teaches Voice at Bowstreet film school, The Irish film Academy and on the three year actor training program at Inchicore V.E.C, Dublin. Internationally Helena has taught at the Accademia dell’Arte, Tuscany Italy, at Eolia, Escola Superior d’Art Dramatique, Barcelona, The Academy of Theatre, Radio , Film and television, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, UCLA , California. Helena is Co Director of Articulate Anatomy, a company set up to develop new writing projects and devised pieces for performance. The company focuses on the development of the ensemble and new dynamic approaches to performance with a strong emphasis on physicality / voice / imagination and play. She has trained and performed as an actress and singer. Helena has also taught at The Gaiety School of Acting, the BA in Performance Studies at Trinity College and the BA in Drama at University College Cork. She worked for ten years for New York University on their Overseas Theatre Performance Program. During her career she has been involved in countless productions, both student and professional. Helena was Co director of the Fourth International Freedom and Focus Fitzmaurice Voicework® Conference in Dublin in July 2016 and will also Co Direct the Fifth International Freedom & Focus Fitzmaurice Voicework® Conference in London, 2018. Helena has taught on the Fitzmaurice Voicework® Certification program in Barcelona, Spain. She also teaches Fitzmaurice Voicework® on The Postgraduate Yoga Teacher Training Programme run by Lisa Peterson at Living Yoga.




Delphina studied at the University of Florence and she has a PhD in Classical Philology.
For many years she’s been interested in traditional healing systems and she has completed a training in Family and Sistemic Constellation under the direction of Dr. Marco Massignan (Istituto Nemeton).

In 2010 she met Kaya Anderson (founding member of the Roy Hart Theatre). Since then she has studied under her direction, both in Italy and in France (at the Roy Hart International Arts Centre, Chateau of Malerargues).

In 2013 she entered the program to become a certified Roy Hart voice teacher. Following the Roy Hart approach to voice, she has started to teach individual and group lessons, mainly in Florence, where she lives, but also in other european countries (France, Germany).

She’s interested in the relationship between body, psyche, voice and emotions and she has explored various bodywork and voice approaches. She studied baroque singing with James Gray and she studies regularly with Claudia Bombardella (whose approach to voice and the human being she finds particularly enriching).


Experimental Voice and Ensemble Performance


Nikolai Jeffs holds a BA and a PhD from the University of Essex (UK) and currently teaches at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Primorska in Koper-Capodistria and at the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

He has published several articles and book chapters in the field of literary, cultural, and political critique. Among other things, he is also an editor of a reader in postcolonial studies (2007) and, together with Andrej Pavlišič, the coauthor of a documentary film We Shall Fight Them: Howlings Towards Understanding the Old Violence of New Europe (2004).

As an activist he helped transform a former military barracks in Ljubljana into the Autonomous Cultural Centre Metelkova and took part in the antiracist and alteglobalisation coalition The Office for Interventions.

He also a member of the editorial board of the journal Casopis za kritiko znanosti and the Director of its institute.


Guest Lecturer


Tatjana Macic is an interdisciplinary visual artist, writer, researcher and theoretician based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She studied art at the Academy of Art and Design AKI in Enschede, and got her Master’s degree from the University of Amsterdam, where she wrote a thesis about curating, politics and innovation in turbulent times. She is deploying her artistic practice as an agency for critical thinking and to blur boundaries between visual art, theory, curating and written and spoken language. This results in an eclectic body of works, such as performances, installations, paintings and interventions in public space. Her work has been shown amongst others at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, the 53rd Venice Biennale Collateral Events, the Online Biennial of Internet Art – The Wrong, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA), Cabinet Gallery in New York, USA, Gallery of Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina, Centre for Contemporary Art in Negotin, Serbia, Hilversum Museum in the Netherlands, the Royal Dutch Institute of the Tropes in Amsterdam, Arti et Amicitiae in Amsterdam, Scryption Museum in Tilburg, FAD in Barcelona, Spain and Kunst Vlaai in Amsterdam.

Tatjana Macic teaches Artistic Research at the Royal Academy of Art in the Hague, where she developed an interdisciplinary study curriculum which brings together visual and performing arts, theory and philosophy. She is a chair of the jury of the annual Thesis Award of the Royal Academy. In addition, she actively engages in the fields of Arts and Culture as an adviser, lecturer, board member, creative thinker and speaker. Some examples of such engagement are: advisor for the Amsterdam Fund for the Arts (AFK), advisor of the mayor of Amsterdam as a member of the Commission for Art spaces (CAWA) and an independent researcher for Platform BK.

She is a founder of Urgent Matters / Srettam Tnegru, an initiative for art, research, dialogue and exchange. Dealing with artistic urgency, experimentation and research, and by shaping a dialogue between theory and practice, discourses and agencies, whilst testing the framework of public talks and exhibition making, Urgent Matters / Srettam Tnegru questions conditions and forms for artistic practice, research and critical thinking.


Lecturer and Guest Workshop: RHIZOME: Theory, Artistic Practice and Urgency


Domenico Pietropaolo is a Professor of Italian and Drama at the University of Toronto, where he is also a Senior Fellow of Massey College and the immediate past principal of St. Michael’s College and a former director of the Graduate Centre for Study of Drama.

His main research interests are in Medieval Studies, theatre history, the Commedia dell’Arte tradition and grotesque dance. His published research includes the books Dante Studies in the Age of Vico, The Baroque Opera Libretto (co-authored with Mary Ann Parker), and The Semiotics and Pragmatics of Stage Improvisation. He has also published numerous articles in literary and theatre history, fields in which he has edited several volumes of essays.


Lecturer: Stage Improvisation and the Culture of Movement


Roshan Kumar Mehta is from Biratnagar, Nepal and holds a Bachelor Degree in Humanities from Trivhuvan University, Nepal. Her is the founder of Birat Meaithil Natya Kala parisad(Theatre for Social Change ). He has worked as an Actor/Director and Physical Trainer in Arohan Gurukul Birtnagar, Shilpee Theatre kathmandu and in the Nepal television and film industry.

He studied at the Accademia dell’Arte as a full-year Physical Theatre student in 2015/2016. Among other accomplishments, Roshan has acheived a Black Belt SHODAN (1st Degree), E.Q. 022 [Jhapan Karate Do-Goju Ryu-Oshikai Association Nepal], Gold Medal of International Seikokai Open Karate Championship 2012, Gujarat, India and National Refree of Karate Do- Goju Ryu Oshikai Association Napal.


Physical Preparation


Alida Bevk is a European actress, artist and teacher based in Slovenia. She is the current Head of the Voice and Speech Department at the University of Ljubljana Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television (AGRFT) and is a freelance artist, teacher and actress. She completed her MA at AGRFT in 2002. After completing her studies she began her acting career at the National Theatre of Nova Gorica and was a member of that ensemble from 2002 till 2008. During this time she created numerous roles, some of the most important were in William Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream, Gozzi’s Green Bird, Goldoni’s Le Baruffe, Gorky’s Varvara, and a new musical Alice. She also acted in international projects and as a guest actress in other Slovenian theatres, winning a few awards at the Slovenian and International Theatre festivals. In 2005, when Slovenia entered the European Union, she was a Slovenian representative at an international project in Milan. After finishing her Masters degree in 2008 she made a shift in her career and began teaching speech at AGRFT. At the same time she became a member of the ensemble with the National Theatre Drama Ljubljana (till 2014). Alida is a certified Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework®. Outside of the Academy she teaches her own workshops for singers and actors, gives individual lessons, and works as an acting and voice coach for performances. She is now beginning to take Fitzmaurice Voicework and her own work to other acting schools in Eastern Europe.


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