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Rebecca Schneebaum (she/her) Is currently based in Brooklyn NYC, here on the ancestral lands of the Lenape people. Rebecca is an actor, Designated Linklater Voice Teacher, theatre maker, and loving dog mom. As an actor she has performed with LAByrinth Theatre Company, American Repertory Theatre, The Huntington Theatre, Boston Playwright’s Theatre, Actors' Shakespeare Project, Seacoast Repertory Theatre, Brown Box Theatre Project, and many others. She was on the acting faculty at Emerson College for the last five years as well as a guest lecturer at Boston University’s College of Fine Arts. Now she teaches acting and voice in the theatre department at Brooklyn College while completing her MFA in Acting. As an actor, as a teacher, as a human being in this world, Rebecca strives to question and remove old barriers in order to help foster spaces where the full scope of the human experience can be expressed; opening up the possibility to move and be moved by the vibrations of another's voice; to be heard in spite of messages to stay quiet; to break down internal and external systems of oppression. She seeks to create pedagogy that promotes the wellbeing of the artist first and foremost through collaborating on Trauma Informed Teaching practices and consent based practices from Intimacy Directors International
She received her BFA in Acting from Emerson College and completed her certification with Kristin Linklater at the Linklater Voice Centre in Orkney, Scotland.