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Lindsay M. Warfield


Lindsay is happy to help you build an ensemble, train actors in physical acting/ viewpoints/ laban, creatively problem solve those 'unsolvable' directing moments, eliminate blackouts and create interesting transitions in your work, devise original work with your students, or create literary-based theatrical adaptations. She's equally enthusiastic about training students and educators! Lindsay is also available as a consultant, ready to help you create a foundation for a strong theatre program, build theatre curriculum or help you organize a theatre event, festival or conference, (and anything in between)!

 Lindsay M. Warfield is an award-winning director, designer, and producer with a passion for creative storytelling and ensemble-based, highly physicalized theatre and over 20 years of theatre education experience. Her unique vision and search for beauty in this world has influenced her aesthetic and lent itself to a varied and transformative approach to directing.

Having trained with members of the SITI Company in Viewpoints and Suzuki; studied Literary Adaptation with founding members of the Lookingglass Theatre Company in Chicago; trained in Theatre for Community And Social Change with Micheal Rohd; and spending three seasons as a fly-on-the wall in rehearsals at the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, MA (watching some of the greatest directors from around the world), her style is a unique blend of all she has seen and done over her 20 years of directing.

Lindsay is a leader in the Educational Theatre Community, having served the past decade as the State Chapter Director for Florida Thespians and producing the largest youth theatre festival in the world, bringing some of the top theatre and film artists in the industry to the City of Tampa each year. She is currently building the first New England Regional Thespian Festival, working to provide opportunities for schools and high school student throughout the New England area.She is a trained Aesthetic Educator through the Lincoln Center Institute; and a National Arts Advocate. She believes Theatre has the power to change our society and to make us better humans.

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