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Kevin Isola

Adjunct Teacher; Adjunct Instructor

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Education

M.F.A., New York University

Biography

Kevin Isola teaches Shakespeare’s Clowns and co-develops the January Theatre Games Project with Danielle Skrastaad in the First Year.  He teaches Advanced Clowning Techniques in the Second Year.  He also teaches at Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, The 52nd Street Project, as well as privately in Manhattan.  He is an alumnus of NYU’s Graduate Acting Program where he co-created the clown show The New Bozena which subsequently ran Off-Broadway at The Cherry Lane for four months and was sold to Fox Television.  A partial list of his professional acting credits includes the following:

Broadway:  Brooklyn Boy  Off-Broadway:  Almost, Maine and The Boys in the Band (both for Transport Group), Ethel Sings (The Beckett Theatre), Jericho (59E59), By The Way, Meet Vera Stark (Second Stage), New House Under Construction (59E59),  Aliens with Extraordinary Skills (The Women’s Project), Trust (The Play Company), The World Over, The Water Children (both for Playwrights Horizons), Twelfth Night, Venus, WASP and Other Plays (all for NYSF/The Public Theater), Everett Beekin (Lincoln Center), The New Bozena (The Cherry Lane).  Regional: My Wonderful Day (Two River Theatre), Twelfth Night (McCarter Theatre), Equivocation, The Alchemist, The Liar, Accidental Death of an Anarchist, Around The World in Eighty Days, King Lear, As You Like It (all for Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey), The Glass Menagerie (The Old Globe), Brooklyn Boy (South Coast Repertory Theatre), As Bees in Honey Drown (Provincetown Repertory Theatre), The Rainmaker (Baltimore Center Stage), The New Bozena (The Hudson Theatre, The Tiffany Theatre), Venus (Yale Repertory).  Film:  Miles, Blumenthal, Frank the Rat, The New Bozena, How The Grinch Stole Christmas (actor and movement co-designer), Uninvited, 24 Nights, Academy Boyz, The New Yorker.  Television:  “Deadbeat”, “Smash”, “Fringe”, “Damages”, “Boston Legal”, “Law and Order”, The Summer of Ben Tyler (Hallmark Hall of Fame), “All My Children”, “Viva Variety”.