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Stephen Innocenzi

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(Voice Lessons, Triple Threat, Musical Theatre, Acting/Scene Study)
Stephen Innocenzi majored in Theatre at Rutgers University, where he performed in seventeen productions, and has a degree in Creative Writing from The New School.  He was a member of Michael Moriarty’s private acting class for seven years and has been authorized by Mr. Moriarty to teach his acting method. Stephen’s dance teachers include Dr. Margery Turner, Nancy Bielski, David Howard, Phil Black, Sal Pernice and Charles Goeddertz, and he has danced with The American Theatre Dance Company, Gabrielle Taylor Dance Company and the Patrick Gareth Mitchell Dancers. Stephen has thirty seven years experience in the martial arts and has taught Tibetan Lama Kung-Fu for fifteen years. He continues to train in Tai Chi Chuan with Dr. Robert Ante. He is recognized as a Sifu level instructor by the United States Wu-Shu/Kung-Fu Federation and the North American Chinese Martial Arts Federation. As an actor, Stephen most recently appeared on the New York stage as Don Juan in Alexander Pushkin’s “Little Tragedies”, and in David Sard’s modern reworking of Oedipus, “The Ballad of Eddie and Jo”. He also played a younger Yogi Berra in Robin Rice Lichtig’s “Déjà vu All Over Again” for New Jersey Rep. Other New York City stage credits include the title role in Anton Chekhov’s “Ivanov”, The Dauphin in George Bernard Shaw’s “St. Joan”, Major Arnold in Ronald Harwood’s “Taking Sides”, Dr. Kroll in Henrik Ibsen’s“Rosmersholm”, and Adolf in August Strindberg’s “Creditors”. On television he has co-starred on “Law and Order” and “100 Centre Street”. Stephen choreographed the Jim Thorpe musical, “Warrior”, for the Tennessee Performing Arts Center and directed an award-winning production of Marie Jones’ “A Night in November” for The Actors’ Bridge in Nashville. Stephen has taught Broadway Musical Class, Triple Threat Class, the Summer Theatre Intensive, and Ensemble Theatre Class for autistic teens at AOM since 2005.