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Rachael Swartz, MFA

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Musical Theatre
  • Acting for the Camera
  • Voice and Dialects
  • Movement for the Actor
  • Text Analysis
Rachael is a Milwaukee/Chicago based actor, director, vocal coach and educator. She teaches Musical Theatre, Acting for the Camera, Voice, Movement, and Text Analysis at UW-Parkside and serves on the acclaimed Acting/Musical Theatre Faculty at Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan.

Proud union member of both Actors' Equity and Stage Directors and Choreographers Society. Regional performance credits include: <i>The 39 Steps</i> (Annabella/Pamela/Margaret), <i>The Sound of Music </i>(Mother Abbess), and <i>Romeo and Juliet</i> (Nurse). Recent on-camera credits include work with the Travel Channel, ID, Oxygen and TV One.

She previously served as Education Director at Maples Repertory Theatre and The Clinton Area Showboat Theatre, Education Associate at Greenbrier Valley Theatre, and Director of Theatre Arts Camps at The Lost Colony.

She is a member of the Musical Theatre Educators’ Alliance, Voice and Speech Trainers Association, and Dueling Arts International. Through the Lessac Training and Research Institute, she has achieved Lessac Practitioner standing and has been accepted to their Certified Trainer program. She has served as a voice, dialect, and text coach for productions in the U.S. and Philippines.
THEA 014 - ACTING PRACTICUM
THEA 114 - MUSICAL THEATRE APPRECIATION
THEA 124 - BASIC ACTING
THEA 150 - TEXT ANALYSIS FOR THE THEATRE
THEA 213 - ASSIST STAGE MANAGER/DIRECTOR
THEA 214 - INTERMED ACTING PRACTICUM
THEA 224 - ACTING FOR THE CAMERA
THEA 228 - VOICE FOR THE ACTOR I
THEA 299 - INDEPENDENT STUDY:
THEA 314 - ADVANCED ACTING PRACTICUM
THEA 317 - DRAMATURGY
THEA 426 - ACTING FOR MUSICAL THEATRE
THEA 499 - INDEPENDENT STUDY:
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