We are very excited that next week's guest blogger will be Edward Elefterion.
Edward Elefterion is the Artistic Director of Rabbit Hole Ensemble, which he founded in 2005. Awards: Outstanding Director, New York Innovative Theatre Award 2008; Outstanding Direction, Midtown International Theatre Festival 2007. Nominated for Outstanding Choreography/Movement by the IT Awards in 2009. Recent work includes The Tale of Frankenstein’s Daughter; Doctor Frankenstein’s Magical Creature; The Tragic Story of Doctor Frankenstein; Before Your Very Eyes; Candide Americana (FringeNYC 2009); Shadow of Himself (world premiere by Neal Bell); Big Thick Rod (FringeNYC 2008); The Night of Nosferatu; A Rope in the Abyss; Land of the Undead; The Transformation of Doctor Jekyll (FringeNYC 2006); and The Siblings (MITF 2006). He directed the world premiere of Therese Raquin by Neal Bell in 1991 at New York University, and acclaimed productions In the Jungle of Cities, Macbeth, and The Misanthrope. He was a guest director at The Juilliard School in 1993 where he directed If She Screams by Stanton Wood. Memberships: Lincoln Center Directors Lab; New York Theatre Workshop's artistic community (The Usual Suspects.) Education: BFA from NYU's TISCH School of the Arts; MFA from Indiana University. He has taught various classes (Biomechanics, Acting, Directing, Movement, Characterization, Theatre History) at Hofstra University for the past 11 years.