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Faculty | Adjunct Professor

Natasha Yannacanedo

Contact Information

[email protected]
Office: 718-489-5227
Room 7314

Education

BA, University of California at Santa Cruz
MFA, American Conservatory Theater

Natasha's work spans independent film, radio, primetime television, and numerous plays. She is grateful to have played Lisa in the West Coast premiere of Girl Gone by Mac Wellman. She appeared as Carmen in CBS's The Education of Max Bickford with Marcia Gay Harden. Natasha played a lead role in the film 107 Street that had its world premiere at the New York International Latino Film Festival. She is a company member of Judith Shakespeare Company, Alethea Adsitt & Company, and First Look Theatre Company. Natasha won an HOLA award for Best Ensemble Performance in Fireflies at Thalia Spanish Theatre. She has directed several shows and is a reviewer for nytheatre.com and theatreiseasy.com. Natasha is passionate about the craft of acting and public speaking. You can see her latest work in the rough edit of the short film Mordere. She also runs her own organization

Related Faculty

Senior Lecturer / Director of the Television Studio

David Gewirtz

Communication Arts
[email protected]

Office: 718.489.5327

Adjunct Professor

Kathryn Grant

Communication Arts
[email protected]

Office: 718.489.5227

Assistant Professor

Brian C. Gregory

Communication Arts
[email protected]

Office: 718.489.5435

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