CreaCo Theater: Class meets Thursdays at 12:30PM at the Hillel.
Weekly open theater labs become rehearsals when the diverse group of students creates their own performance based on personal interpretations and relationships with the topic. This project is open to all members of the Brooklyn College Community. This ensemble is composed of students who are interested in multi-disciplinary collaborative performance. Contact: Rozeetabchillel.org
Marina Reydler was born in Moldova and raised in Brooklyn, NY from the young age of 6. Marina is an actor, producer, theater instructor and dreamer. Her interest in acting peaked at the very young age of 10, and appearing on TV was the biggest dream for a little girl! With much support from her family, Marina attended various acting institutions and soon graduated from The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, after which she was lucky enough to have worked on numerous films and theater productions in NY, LA, Moscow and Israel.
Marina was also involved in the Lost & Found Project from its creation. A project that focused on ones family history and past and transformed that into a production of sharing an individual's story through theater.Marina not only got to explore her love for theater, but also latch on to her inner search for her family history and to create a new one with the ensemble. Marina has also recently began her work with Teens by exploring their family history through theater-- the best platform for research and discovery. She finds this work to be challenging but oh, so rewarding!
She is excited and honored to be a part of the CreaCo initiative at Brooklyn College. She has always seen all art as a proactive medium for students from all walks of life to work together.
Semester will revolve around public speaking and theater expression skills and composing personal monologues to perform for the Holocaust play on May 5th.