The Advising Team
Maria Hubbard is a private acting coach in New York City and teacher at MFA and undergraduate programs across the country. She shares her experience from over 12 years in casting, including her years at the FOX network and as an independent casting director and casting associate, culminating in casting over 100 episodes of television. She now coaches actors in all stages of their career - from audition prep to on-set acting coach, Maria works with actors so that they can be confident in their choices and deliver their best work.
Anne Lewis is an Associate Professor of Acting and Voice and a director in the Theatre Department at DeSales University. She created and directs the DeSales Actor's Showcase in NY. As a member of SAG-AFTRA and Equity she has enjoyed working on both stage and screen. Two of her most recognizable film credits include Girl Interrupted and Tenure; most recent TV: Do No Harm. On stage, she has played leading roles at Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival. And she has directed at various professional venues.
Kyle Luker is a Talent Manager at Industry Entertainment a bi-coastal firm. Kyle manages talent that works in all legit areas of TV/Film and Theatre. Industry represents an incredible list of actors, as well as a vast list of directors and writers. Kyle produced the film festival darling film Find Love with Christian Camargo and Alexie Gilmore, which screened at more than 20 competitions, including SLAMDANCE, and won at the Sarasota film festival. He also cast the Spirit Award nominated Sweet Land with Alan Cumming and Elizabeth Reaser. Kyle also recently produced a documentary about Girl's Show, a cheering and dance competition that takes place in his hometown of Little Falls N.J. Kyle holds a BA in Theatre from DeSales University.
Patrick Mulcahy, as an actor, Patrick's work includes numerous productions at the New York Shakespeare Festival, roles at many leading off-Broadway and Regional theatres, and television and commercial credits. As a Fight Director he has worked on and off Broadway, on television, and in regional and university theatre. Mr. Mulcahy oversees the actor training and teaches all levels of Acting and Voice/Speech.
Dennis Razze is the Chair of the Theatre Department at DeSales University and is also the Associate Artistic Director of the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival. Mr. Razze has been directing musicals for over thirty years and has directed all of the musicals produced by PSF. In his spare time he is also a composer.
Monday, March 23, 2020
Time (two showtimes)
4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
410 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
Phone: (212) 239-6200
For more information contact
Tel: (610) 282-1100, Ext. 1215