Christine Sang

Physical Acting I | Physical Acting II


Christine Sang teaches Physical Acting I and II. She is a director, choreographer, performer and creator of new work. She danced with Phillip Glass and Robert Wilson, toured internationally, performed at Lincoln Center’s Koch Theater and the Barbican Centre, is featured in “Composition, Light and Color in Robert Wilson’s Theatre.” She is an alumna of Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab, Drama League New Directors/New Works, Watermill Company of Artists. Favorite Creations: Big Kahoona, with Pakeha, Maori & a 7ft. fish of #8wire in New Zealand. Erotica Project, New York Shakespeare Public Theatre. Mark Taper New Works, LaMama + Mabou Mines/site, LA Music Center Opera, HERE (Voice Choice), Ohio Theater + the Ice Factory, Culture Project, Japan American Theater, HIGHWAYS, Dixon Place, National Theater of Slovakia. Florence, Italy, Open Fist (LA Weekly nominations, LA Times Critics choices). Fordham University Main Stage – 4 shows including Way of the World. Performing at Djerassi with Neal Young’s cows.

She graduated from Circle in the Square Professional Acting Program, received a BA: University of Minnesota, and an MFA: Creative Writing: The New School. She holds certifications in Yoga RYT200 Prana Flow, All-Species Body + Energy Work, ACE personal trainer, Rommett Floor-Barre, Reiki, Laban/Bartenieff. She is a member of SAG-AFTRA, AEA.

She received the honor of the New Zealand Directors Fellowship. She was a faculty member of the theater department at Fordham University-Lincoln Center, and taught at Swarthmore College, University of Texas-Austin Italy Study Abroad, USC, CalArts, The New School, and led private workshops. She coaches privately and at Stella Adler Studio of Acting.

Within the past five years, Christine has lived in New York, Los Angeles, Austin, Savannah, Orlando, Diagon Alley, and Beijing, China.

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