Suzuki and Viewpoints, Acting
Jeffrey Fracé has appeared as an actor in over 60 professional productions at venues including the Kennedy Center, New York Shakespeare Festival/Delacorte Theatre, American Repertory Theatre/Club Oberon, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Bogota International Theatre Festival, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Nashville Shakespeare Festival, Stonington Opera House, Chopin Theatre Chicago and La MaMa ETC. He has toured extensively with Anne Bogart's SITI Company, appearing in A Midsummer Night's Dream, War of the Worlds Radio Play, Hay Fever and Culture of Desire. His directing credits include Measure for Measure, As You Like It, Hamlet, Macbeth and Romeo & Juliet for Stonington Opera House; Mother Courage and Her Children and 1984 for People's Branch Theatre; Romeo & Juliet and A Midsummer Night's Dream for Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre; Don Giovanni for New York Repertory Ensemble; The Two Orphans and Untying My Cement Shoes for University of Washington; plus, independently produced King Lear and Camus’ The Stranger. He has also commissioned and produced an evening of 10-minute bedroom plays by Chuck Mee, Ellen McLaughlin, Caridad Svich and others entitled States of Undress. He is active in New York and Seattle's modern dance scenes: current and recent collaborators include Pavel Zustiak/ Palissimo, Carrie Ahern, Yo-el Cassell, Dixie Fun Lee Shulman, Elizabeth Haselwood, Crispin Spaeth and Peggy Piacenza. His original musical The Story of Little Horse has received development grants from the Jerome Foundation and from Stonington Opera House. He is a founding member of Conni's Avant Garde Restaurant writing for and performing in their original shows in New York and nationally. MFA, Columbia University; Member of Actors Equity Association and Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers.
Jeffrey Fracé web site
"NURSING A BEAUTIFUL BASTARD Or, What happens when dance meets theatre", essay by Jeffrey Fracé,
pages 6-9 of Performance Prospectus.
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