Nate Speare is a New York City-based performing artist, writer and teaching artist. He currently teaches with Everyday Arts for Special Education (E.A.S.E) at Urban Arts Partnership as well as voice and acting classes at InMotion Dance Center. In 2014, he earned his Master of Fine Arts degree in Theater: Contemporary Performance from the cutting-edge Naropa University. Nate has also trained extensively with the Paris-based Pantheatre, where he received an advanced certificate in Voice Performance, Choreographic Theatre & Cultural Studies, and the Roy Hart International Artistic Centre in southern France where he was selected as an Artist-In-Residence in the summer of 2011. His first solo performance, “We Died of Thirst”, in which he followed Ronald Reagan through an underworld of madness, was named the Talk of the Town Winner of the New England Fringe Festival and was a finalist at The One Festival 2012 in the Lower East Side. As an actor, he has performed extensively in Boston-area regional theatre and summer stock, especially in children’s theatre and Shakespeare productions of the now legendary Foothills Theatre in Worcester, MA. As a teacher, he has led guest workshops in New York City, Boston, Chicago, Boulder and Europe, emphasizing the human voice as a vehicle for self-empowerment and self-realization.
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