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Michelle Seaton: Michelle currently teaches acting at University of Portland, Linfield College, George Fox University as well as teaches the Meisner Technique at the Portland Actors Conservatory. She is an award winning director who has moved back to Portland, Oregon after living in New York/New Jersey for 8 years. During her stay there she founded and served as the Artistic Director for Dark Luna Productions. In 2009, Michelle graduated from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University with an MFA in Directing and Acting. Some directing credits include Off Off Broadway Us Vs. Them and Passage,  Drammy award winning ElectroPuss, The House of Bernarda Alba, Weeping Woman, Thrust, The Flu Season, Cloud Tectonics, Voir Dire, Dog Sees God and Stop Kiss. Michelle is the recipient of the Kennedy’s Center Meritorious Achievement in Direction for the production of UMW. She has directed over 25 new plays and has worked in theatres such as Ensemble Studio Theatre, St. Louis Repertory, The Eugene O’Neill Center and the American Globe Theatre. Prior to graduate school Michelle was the Resident Director and Actor for Stark Raving Theatre in Portland, OR.  Michelle is a graduate from Portland Actors Conservatory and holds a double BA in Theatre and Communication from Linfield College.


Elizabeth Rothan : MFA, Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts. Elizabeth has worked in commercial, television, stage and play development arena as an actress, playwright, director and producer. She has collaborated with such playwrights as Mac Welman (Two September), Bruce Graham (Coyote on Fence), Pulitzer prize winning playwright Mark Medoff (Gunfighter Gulf a War Chronicle), Melanie Marnich (Quake), Luigi Januzzi Exhibit This! and Sarte's at Five to name a few. Elizabeth's teaching credits vary from universities to Waldorf schools. Presently she teaches at National Theater Institute (actors instrument)  ,University of Portland  and Linfield College Adjunct acting teacher.


Mindi Logan-Mindi studied with William Esper and Maggie Flannigan at Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, where she earned her MFA in Acting through their professional actor training program.  She has continued to study teaching Meisner, most recently this summer in New York with Ms. Flannigan.  Mindi Logan is an Associate Professor at the University of Portland as well as a Meisner teacher at Portland Actor’s Conservatory.  She starred in the sit-com pilot for Hometown Roots in Los Angeles, and was featured in One Life To Life and Another World in New York City.  She has appeared in many off-off-Broadway productions, and starred in the independent film The Cathedral.  Recent credits include the Nurse in Romeo and Juliet (Willamette Shakespeare), Kate Keller in All My Sons (Artists Repertory Theatre), John of Gaunt in Richard II (Northwest Classical Theatre), Mother in Weeping Woman (Stark Raving Theatre), Amande in Treatment (Quintessence Theatre), and Luciana in Comedy of Errors (Portland Actors Ensemble).