Yusef Seevers - Resident Artist

Other Theatres: Trinity Shakespeare Festival (Fort Worth): Tybalt, Romeo and Juliet; Fabian, Twelfth Night; Greer Garson Theater (Dallas): Rosencrantz, Rosencrantz and Guildestern are Dead; Toby Belch, Twelfth Night; Candy Delany, And tell sad stories about the Deaths of Queens; Talbot, Mary Stuart; Mr. Morse, Hot L Baltimore; Orestes/ Talthybius, Iphigenia in Aulis and Taurus; Dallas Theater Center, Annette Strauss Square, Orestes, Electra; Margo Jones Theater: Orgon, Tartuffe; Graham, Saint Jones of the Stock Yard; Doctor, Hypochondria; Greer Garson Theater (Santa Fe): Agwe, Once on this Island; Audrey II, Little Shop of Horrors; Father/Choreographer, Spring Awakening; Belize, Angels in America; Gerante, Scapin (Drected by Jon Jory)

Film/TV: National Heart Association Commercial; F.A.S.T.

Training: Bachelors of Fine Arts in Musical Theater, Santa Fe University of Art and Design. Masters of Fine Arts in Acting, Southern Methodist University

Teachers: Voice / Dialects II

Teaching philosophy

My teaching is always centered around the integration of The Body. I focus on aspects of the physical mechanism and breath working together to empower language and voice and creative expression. I use breathing techniques and physical awareness forms to deepen our experience of newly seeing & receiving the world and our impulses. My classes also focus on mindset and self-evolution of the creative process, how to adapt to who you want to be in 3,4,5 years after training. All of my classes are about cultivating your own voice, how you speak to yourself to empower yourself to achieve what ever you desire, in or out of a play/scene.

It is a gift to create a space for young artists to define themselves and express who they want to be as they move forward. Everything that I teach is designed to expand who you already are and thus creating an opportunity for a choice moving forward, to decide who you want to be. It is my desire for all of my students to release the condition of repetition and duplication of others but rather embrace the creation of self.