Remo Airaldi, AB
Lecturer on Theater, Dance, and Media, Harvard University
Remo Airaldi is a professional actor and lecturer on theater, dance and media at Harvard University, Harvard Extension School, and Harvard Summer School where he teaches courses in acting, Shakespeare, Chekhov, and public speaking. He has been a private coach for fifteen years, specializing in audition techniques, improvisation, monologues, scene work, and public speaking. In 2015, he was awarded the Petra T. Shattuck Excellence in Teaching Award by the Harvard Extension School. He has been awarded the Harvard University Certificate of Teaching Excellence every semester since 2010. He has appeared in more than sixty productions at the American Repertory Theatre (ART) since 1993 including The Night of the Iguana, The Lily's Revenge, Cabaret, Endgame, The Seagull, Julius Caesar, Donnie Darko, Romeo and Juliet, The Miser, The Birthday Party, The Tempest, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Pericles, The Winter's Tale, The Merchant of Venice, Tartuffe, Henry IV and V, and Waiting for Godot. He received the Best Actor in a Large Company Award from The Independent Reviewers of New England for his performance in Marivaux's Island of Slaves at the ART. In 2010, he received the Robert Brustein Award for Sustained Achievement in Theater. Other credits include The Little Foxes, My Fair Lady, and Sweeney Todd (Lyric Stage), Shakespeare in Love (Speakeasy Stage), King Of Second Avenue (New Repertory Theatre), Exposed (Boston Playwrights Theater), Mistero Buffo (The Poets' Theatre), Make My Heart Flutter (Israeli Stage), Banana Shpeel (Cirque du Soleil), eight productions with the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Frankenstein and The Hound Of The Baskervilles (Central Square Theater), Camino Real, Eight By Tenn, and No Exit at the Hartford Stage in Connecticut, and many other national and international productions. He was the Monan Professor of Theater Arts at Boston College.
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