Lecturer in Theater, Acting Chair of Theater and Dance
|Title||Lecturer in Theater|
|Department||Theater And Dance|
|Work Location||602 Memorial Hall|
Sonja Moser (B.A., Sarah Lawrence College, M.F.A., Columbia University) teaches courses in acting, directing, voice and ensemble collaboration; her teaching methods derive from her training with Jacques LeCoq, Anne Bogart and Kristin Linklater. She comes to Bowdoin from New York City, where she worked as an actor and director for venues such as P.S. 122, HERE, The Ohio Theatre, Dixon Place, The Flea, Expanded Arts and Location One.
Her Off-Broadway credits include the New York premier of Maria Irene Fornes' Enter the Night at the Signature Theatre and Late by Sarah Ruhl for the New Works Now Festival at the Public Theatre. She has worked regionally for the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, the University of Iowa at Iowa City, and the HBO Workspace in Los Angeles, as well as at the Islesford Neighborhood House on Little Cranberry Island, where she currently resides. She is particularly interested in the work of emerging playwrights and the creation of original work.