Bradford Fairbanks is currently the Performing Arts Chair at Santa Fe Prep. He has directed numerous plays and musicals, and is also a trained actor. He graduated from the Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theater in NYC, the home of the Meisner Technique, and has studied with many acting teachers in NYC. He did theater while in New York and is most proud of his small role on Broadway in Inherit the Wind with George C. Scott and Charles Durning. He has a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Boston College and another in education from City College of New York. He has auditioned numerous times for TV and Film in New Mexico and has been hired for some day player roles.
Sanford Meisner said, “acting is the reality of doing,” and I would add we can all learn more about teaching acting by doing it! The objective of this class is to share ourselves as performing artists, what works and doesn’t work for us as actors and acting teachers; to meet other teachers and directors who…