Andrew Belser is a Professor of movement, voice and acting in the MFA Performance program at Penn State University. Belser is also Director of the Arts and Design Research Incubator at Penn State (adri.psu.edu), a studio laboratory where artists and designers join with scientists, writers, philosophers and others to research and create artistic projects for national/international venues. He is the creator and executive director of FaceAge (faceage.org) a multi-media installation and documentary film, exploring aging questions in cross-generational interactions. He is also director of the FaceAge Studio at Penn State.
He is currently writing a book The Performer’s Field Guide to Applied Neuroscience, scheduled for publication by Routledge. For more information about Andy’s creative, research, and teaching, please visit: andrewbelser.com
Andy was the founding Artistic Director of The Gravity Project, a professional theatre company, international performance research center, and new work incubator. Belser’s teaching and directing career has centered on movement forms, voice/breath work, interdisciplinary theatre approaches, and solo work. He is a Feldenkrais teacher, and is a Master Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework®. Belser maintains an active schedule of teaching acting workshops and individual actors in New York, Los Angeles, and other international locations.
MFA Virginia Tech University; MA Villanova University; BA Grove City College.
Languages: English Specializations: Acting, Movement
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