Margot Ebling is an actor and teaching artist based in New Haven, Connecticut. As a voice and speech teacher, she has led classes at the New York Film Academy, assistant-taught for Pamela Prather at the Yale School of Drama and for Deborah Hecht at NYU’s Graduate Acting Program, and coached private students in New York and Connecticut. She is a founding member of LightBox, an experimental theatre company that adapts classic texts and creates new work relating to issues of our time. Her New York acting credits include: AJAX: 100% FUN, Charles Mee’s Orestes, Gull, Fanatics, Hamlet (LightBox); Innocents (Ripe Time / Ohio Theatre); What Remains is the Stillness of Objects (Room Stage / New York International Fringe Festival); Uncle Vanya (Tinderbox Theatre Group / Chekhov NOW Festival); Night (Ontological Theater); A Family Affair and The Poor of New York (Target Margin Theater); Absalom, Absalom! (Lincoln Center Directors’ Lab); Regional: Intimate Apparel, The Miracle Worker (Arkansas Repertory Theatre); International: The Calling (Netwerk Theatre, Belgium). Margot received her B.A. in Theatre Studies from Yale University and is a certified yoga instructor through Be Yoga / YogaWorks.
MA, BA Yale University.
Languages: English Specializations: Clinician
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