Creating multi-skilled performers

multiskilledperformer_HomepageIn the class “Development of the Multi-Skilled Performer,” taught by John Doyle, a renowned theater director and a visiting lecturer with the rank of professor in theater at Princeton’s Lewis Center for the Arts, 13 Princeton undergraduates are learning about actor-musicianship, a genre of theater in which there is no orchestra: actors play their own instruments, sing or use their voice as a musical instrument and use “found sound” with common objects.

Learn more about Doyle’s class on actor-musicianship