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Dialect Coaching:

The Play That Goes Wrong - Dean College, 10/23

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Voice & Articulation (2 sections) - Dean College, Fall 2023

Upper Level Acting Lab - Dean College, Fall 2023

Introduction to the Performing Arts - Stonehilll College, Fall 2023

 


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This winter, Aubrey starred as "Danny" in the World Premiere of Last Night in Inwood - which has now been nominated for a Carbonell Award for Best New Work in South Florida!

 

Last Night In Inwood by Alix Sobler

A World Premiere

Previews: January 26 & 27, 2023

Run: January 28 - February 12, 2023

Featuring: *Aubrey Elson, *Avi Hoffman, *Patti Gardner, Lynette Adames, Paolo Pineda, and *Jovon Jacobs,

Directed by Matt Stabile

A major disaster in Manhattan has everyone on the island looking for high ground. For Danny’s family and friends, that higher ground happens to be her one-bedroom apartment in Inwood. As the world outside  goes to pieces, Danny tries to keep the peace among the assorted characters gathered in her space. They might make it through this crisis, if they can manage to survive each other.

The playwright of The Glass Piano returns to The Lab with a comedy about the end of the world - one of the hits of our 2021 New Plays for the New Year virtual reading series!

WELCOME

Aubrey Elson is your effervescent, dependable girl-next-door with a spicy side! As a professional AEA singer, dancer, actress, choreographer, Speech/IPA teacher, yoga instructor, and voiceover actor, she has spent several years living and working in Los Angeles, Boston, San Diego, and New York. With an MFA in Theatre Performance from Florida Atlantic University, as well as a BA in Theatre from the University of Southern California (and a minor in International Relations), she has not only performed across the United States, Canada, and Latin America, but plans on working to use the arts in Peace and Conflict Resolution, and to help bridge cultural gaps.  

 

Her performances and teaching are geared towards generating happiness, joy, empathy, and kindness: to help make the world just a little bit better and brighter through art. When she's not performing, choreographing, dialect coaching, or teaching theatre, Aubrey can be found teaching yoga or tutoring high school students in the SAT/ACT, working to help them become confident, happy young adults. You can take the girl out of academia, but you can't take the academia out of the girl! She also offers Zoom Restorative yoga classes free of charge to anyone and everyone.

 

Feel free to explore, leave a comment, or contact Aubrey.

 

PEACE, LOVE, AND KITTENS

 

 
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