Steven Eng

Assistant Arts Professor

Steven Eng


MFA in Classical Acting (The George Washington University [DC])

BFA in Theatre Studies (Southern Methodist University), Minor in Music (Vocal Performance)

Research Interestes 

Integration of advanced technical skills of vocal production, speech clarity and accent acquisition into performance.

Courses Taught 

Voice and Speech; Accents and Dialects

Steven teaches voice, speech, and text at NYU and throughout NYC. He holds teacher certifications in both Fitzmaurice Voicework and Knight-Thompson Speechwork, and has served as a panelist at the Voice and Speech Trainers Association national conference. As an actor, he has played leading roles in plays and musicals, from Shakespeare to Sondheim. His acting credits include London’s West End, Classic Stage Company (Lucille Lortel nomination), New York Philharmonic, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Utah Shakespeare Festival, People’s Light, American Conservatory Theater, 5th Avenue Theatre, Pasadena Playhouse, Huntington Theatre Company, Paper Mill Playhouse, Alliance Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse, North Shore Music Theatre (IRNE nomination), TUTS, ShakespeareNYC, Prospect Theater Company, PanAsian Rep, Dallas Theater Center, and more, as well as productions in Germany, Austria, and Cambodia. Steven has directed shows at NYU, MSTDA, and NAAP, and is co-founder of National Asian Artists Project in NYC, a nonprofit showcasing the work of AAPI theater artists. Steven has also served as a grants panelist for the National Endowment for the Arts. Member of AEA, SAG-AFTRA, VASTA.