Stage Combat Certification Workshop

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$125 for 5 days of classes

 

Instructor Bio

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Scott Russell

Scott Russell is an AEA actor, fight choreographer, educator, and an Associate Instructor with Dueling Arts International; he currently divides his time between Fayetteville, AR and Indianapolis, IN. He is recognized as an Advanced Actor Combatant with DAI and the Society of American Fight Directors and an Intermediate Actor Combatant with Fight Directors Canada, the Society of Australian Fight Directors, Inc., the Nordic Stage Fight Society, and the British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat. He has previously served as instructor for the Indianapolis Opera’s Resident Artist program.

Scott is a graduate of The Conservatory at Act One Studios – Chicago, and a current MFA candidate at the University of Arkansas. He holds an undergraduate degree in Biology from Belmont University.

Fight choreography credits include: Vietgone, The Dingdong, Detroit, The Champion, Great Expectations (TheatreSquared); Hand to God (The Phoenix Theatre of Indianapolis); Life is a Dream, Man of La Mancha, The Metal Children, Angels in America Part 2 (University of Arkansas); Killer Joe (Theatre on the Square); Twelfth Night, As you Like It (Indianapolis Shakespeare Company); Hamlet, Richard III, As You Like It, Macbeth (First Folio Productions); and many others.

 
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