Janice Orlandi

Ms. Orlandi has taught for over eighteen years in educational institutions in the United States and Europe, including Ira Brind School of the Arts, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Williamstown Theatre Festival, de Lindenberg Centrum Voor de Kunsten, Netherlands, State Theatre School in Odense, Denmark, Ophelia Theatre School in Copenhagen, NY Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, and the School for Film and Television, New York City. She has served as a movement, character, and period style coach for The Mirror Repertory Company, Sonnet Rep, Players Theater, and for University of the Arts.

Ms. Orlandi has produced and collaborated in joint workshops internationally with Master Teachers in both New and Primary movement pedagogies. She is currently completing a book entitled Movement Marathons: Crossing Pedagogy © which explores exercises, practices, vocabulary, affinities, and cross training of five movement methods and pedagogy: Michael Chekhov, Viewpoints, Laban, and the Williamson Technique.

A founding member of Echo Repertory Company, Ms. Orlandi produced and adapted new plays, including The Triangle Factory Fire Project (a tribute to the women who survived the Triangle Factory Fire of 1911). She is also a founding member of Expanded Arts Theater Company, New York City, and a member of the National Association of Movement Educators.

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