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Kari Margolis

Master Teacher

Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival

HQ Phone:  (303) 695-1350

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Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival

10200 E. Girard Ave. Ste. #B-321

Denver, Colorado,80231

United States

Company Description

The KCACTF is a year-round program in eight geographic regions in the United States. Regional activities are coordinated through eight KCACTF regional chairs and eight KCACTF playwriting awards chairs. With funding and administrative support from the Kennedy C... more.

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Employment History

Founders and Artistic Director

MB Adaptors Company


Expressive Actor


Affiliations

Artistic

Board Member


Barryville Area Arts Association

Members


University of Minnesota

Faculty Member At the Department of Theatre and Dance


Education

masters

University of Minnesota Theatre and Dance Department


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MB Adaptors Directors | Tony Brown | Kari Margolis

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KARI MARGOLIS & TONY BROWN
Tony and Kari have been committed to the creation of original theatre productions and the exploration of the actor's craft for over three decades. In September 1993, Margolis and Brown relocated the Company and Training Center to Minneapolis where they were active contributors to the Twin Cities arts' scene. Margolis and Brown have created seventeen large-scale, critically acclaimed works with the Company that have toured nationally and internationally to Barcelona, Berlin, London, Singapore and throughout Mexico and Canada. Along with these works they have also created several large-scale, site-specific events for such places as the Brooklyn Museum, the beach at Coney Island, NY, the Minnesota Science Museum and the Roebling Bridge in Minisink Ford NY. Kari has Directed all the productions and performed with the Company until 1998. She has also designed or collaborated on costume, set and prop design. MORE ABOUT KARI MARGOLIS Over the last 32 years, Ms. Margolis has developed a highly dynamic physical approach to actor training (Margolis Method) that synthesizes the skill-sets of Actor, Director and Playwright. The Margolis Method Center in Highland NY, reaches an international student body and Ms. Margolis leads Master Classes and extended residencies throughout the United States and abroad. She has been the Master Teacher for the Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival for fifteen years, and is an ongoing Guest Artist for the Association of Professional Actors and Directors in Barcelona, Spain. As Faculty at the University of Minnesota from 1997 to 2004, she played an integral role in reshaping the B.A. Acting Program where Margolis Method is still core to the Program's syllabus. She served for four years on the National Endowment for the Arts Professional Theatre Panel and was a Site-Reporter for fifteen years. Kari is a published author and lecturer and was the Keynote Speaker for the Rocky Mountain Theatre Association's Festival hosted by Fort Lewis College. She served two terms as President of the National Movement Theatre Association and on the panels of the Jerome Foundation and Metropolitan Regional Arts Council in the Twin Cities along with several other national Arts panels.


www.margolisbrownadaptors.org

Artistic Directors Kari Margolis & Tony Brown
Tony Brown and Kari Margolis have been committed to the creation of original theatre productions and the exploration of the actor's craft for over three decades. Brown and Margolis have created sixteen large-scale, critically acclaimed works with the Company that have toured nationally and internationally to Barcelona, Berlin, London, Singapore and throughout Mexico and Canada. Along with these works they have also created several large-scale, site-specific events for such places as the Brooklyn Museum, the beach at Coney Island, NY, the Minnesota Science Museum and the Roebling Bridge in Minisink Ford NY. Kari has Directed all the productions and performed with the Company until 1998. She has also designed or collaborated on costume, set and prop design. More About Kari Margolis Over the last 28 years, Ms. Margolis has developed a highly dynamic physical approach to actor training (Margolis Methodtm) that synthesizes the skill-sets of Actor, Director and Playwright. The Margolis Method Center in Highland NY, reaches an international student body and Ms. Margolis leads Master Classes and extended residencies throughout the United States and abroad. She has been the Master Teacher for the Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival for ten years, and is an ongoing Guest Artist for the Association of Professional Actors and Directors in Barcelona, Spain. As Faculty at the University of Minnesota from 1997 to 2004, she played an integral role in reshaping the B.A. Acting Program where Margolis Method is still core to the Program's syllabus. She served for four years on the National Endowment for the Arts Professional Theatre Panel and was a Site-Reporter for fifteen years. Kari is a published author and lecturer and most recently was the Keynote Speaker for the Rocky Mountain Theatre Association's Festival hosted by Fort Lewis College. She served two terms as President of the National Movement Theatre Association and on the panels of the Jerome Foundation and Metropolitan Regional Arts Council in the Twin Cities along with several other national Arts panels. The Margolis Method Overview DVD funded by National Endowment for the Arts was produced in 2006. Margolis and Brown's Work has been Recognized with:


Plays for Young Audiences

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Kari Margolis
Kari Margolis is Co-Founder and Artistic Director with Tony Brown of Margolis Brown ADAPTORS Company since 1984. Ms. Margolis has directed and co-authored 16 evening-length productions and large-scale site specific events for the Company which have toured nationally and internationally. Over the last 29 years, Ms. Margolis has developed Margolis Method, a unique physical and vocal approach to actor training. She is master teacher at the Company-run professional training program, has taught in the Masters of Fine Arts program in the University of Minnesota's Department of Theatre and Dance, and has taught master classes throughout the United States and internationally. Ms. Margolis has been the master teacher for the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival for ten years, is an artist-in-residence for the Association of Professional Actors and Directors in Barcelona, and has been the Keynote Speaker for several festivals and professional gatherings. Ms. Margolis also works as a guest director, is a published author and has served on numerous art panels in the Twin Cities and nationally including three years on the National Endowment for the Arts Professional Theatre Company panel. and She has been an NEA site-reporter for 15 years. Ms. Margolis' work has been recognized with six National Endowment for the Arts theater fellowships and other prestigious awards including a PEW/TCG National Residency Fellowship, a Creative Capital National Artist Fellowship, McKnight National Fellowship through the Minnesota Dance Alliance, a "Bessie" New York Performance Award, a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, and a Jerome Travel Grant. Kari is presently developing an international theatre training and research center in Barryville NY, along the beautiful Delaware River, 90 miles from NYC.


Kari Margolis

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Kari Margolis
Kari Margolis Kari Margolis Kari Margolis has been committed to the the exploration of the actor's craft and the creation of original theatre productions since 1982. She is Co-Founder with Tony Brown and Artistic Director of the Margolis Brown ADAPTORS Company originally established in New York City in 1984. She has conceived, directed, designed costumes, props and sets for sixteen critically acclaimed, evening-length productions that have toured nationally and internationally to Barcelona, Berlin, London, Singapore, and throughout Mexico and Canada. She has also performed in several of these productions. Her original work also includes large-scale, site-specific events for such places as the Brooklyn Museum and the beach at Coney Island, NY. Over the last 29 years, Ms. Margolis has, through daily studio research, developed a dynamic physical approach to actor training and theatre creation (Margolis Method). Kari has been Master Teacher at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival for ten years, working with the National Irene Ryan Candidates. Kari has run a private actor training program since 1984, first in her New York City studio and then in Minneapolis from 1993 to 2004. She is presently building the Margolis Method Center in Highland NY. where she has been reaching an international student body since 2005. The Margolis Method Center runs a two-year program, summer workshops, University Professor Certification and Professional Artist Certification programs. Kari conducts master classes, extended residencies and lecture demonstrations throughout the United States and internationally. She is a public speaker, published author and has, along with her own work, created original theatre productions for several University Theatre Programs and worked as a freelance director. Kari Margolis


playsforyoungaudiences.org

Kari Margolis
Kari Margolis is Co-Founder and Artistic Director with Tony Brown of Margolis Brown ADAPTORS Company since 1984. Ms. Margolis has directed and co-authored 16 evening-length productions and large-scale site specific events for the Company which have toured nationally and internationally. Over the last 29 years, Ms. Margolis has developed Margolis Method, a unique physical and vocal approach to actor training. She is master teacher at the Company-run professional training program, has taught in the Masters of Fine Arts program in the University of Minnesota's Department of Theatre and Dance, and has taught master classes throughout the United States and internationally. Ms. Margolis has been the master teacher for the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival for ten years, is an artist-in-residence for the Association of Professional Actors and Directors in Barcelona, and has been the Keynote Speaker for several festivals and professional gatherings. Ms. Margolis also works as a guest director, is a published author and has served on numerous art panels in the Twin Cities and nationally including three years on the National Endowment for the Arts Professional Theatre Company panel. and She has been an NEA site-reporter for 15 years. Ms. Margolis' work has been recognized with six National Endowment for the Arts theater fellowships and other prestigious awards including a PEW/TCG National Residency Fellowship, a Creative Capital National Artist Fellowship, McKnight National Fellowship through the Minnesota Dance Alliance, a "Bessie" New York Performance Award, a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, and a Jerome Travel Grant. Kari is presently developing an international theatre training and research center in Barryville NY, along the beautiful Delaware River, 90 miles from NYC.


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