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Brynn Asha Walker

Brynn Asha Walker (she/they) is a queer, mixed-race, and neurodivergent performer, director, designer, playwright, scholar, teacher, and applied theatre artist. She has been teaching Lee Strasberg’s work for the last eight years as taught to her by David Gideon, former Director of The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute and one of the foremost experts on this work. Brynn has been the Producing Artistic Director of The Seeing Place Theater in NYC since 2009, where some of her notable performances have been as Charlotte in I Am My Own Wife, Hamlet in Hamlet, Berenger in Rhinoceros, Katurian in The Pillowman, and the NYIT Award Nominated performance as Danny in Danny and the Deep Blue Sea Off Broadway). Member: Actors Equity Association, Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, and The National Alliance of Acting Teachers. Brynn is committed to abolitionist teaching and actively works toward breaking down oppressive barriers to learning. Her approach to teaching this work is clear, simple, joyful, affirming, and challenging.