Lee Soroko

Lee Soroko 
MFA Professional Actor Training Program, University of Texas
Assistant Professor, Movement, Stage Combat

Areas of Expertise: 
Movement (Alexander, Feldenkrais, Viewpoints and Suzuki)
Mask and Period Styles
Certified Teacher of Stage Combat, SAFD
Certified Theatrical Firearms Instructor, SAFD
Acting (Practical Aestheictcs and Meisner)

Email: lsoroko@fau.edu 
Office Phone: 305.458.9306
Office: AL 164, Boca Campus

Professor Soroko is a former National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship recipient for his work in creating physical life using character masks and a trained Alexander teacher by the nationally renowned Master Teacher Jim Hancock. He is a proud member of the Actors Equity Association who did his undergraduate work in English Literature and Theatre at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, and earned his MFA from the Professional Actor Training Program at the University of Texas. Professor Soroko is a Certified Teacher of Stage Combat and a Theatrical Firearms Instructor with the Society of American Fight Directors, where he also was a member of the National Governing Body and served for six years as Treasurer. Soroko has taught the Alexander Technique, Movement, Acting and/or Stage Combat at the following Universities: Yale University, New York University, North Carolina School of the Arts, and the University of Miami (where he was a member of the BFA Conservatory Musical Theatre and Acting Faculty for nine years). He is an accomplished Director in the academic community who provides professional movement coaching and Fight Choreography for theatre, opera companies, and universities across America. Here in South Florida, Professor Soroko has worked with the Florida Grand Opera (AGMA), Maltz Jupiter Theatre (LORT B), Palm Beach Opera (AGMA), Palm Beach Dramaworks (LOA), Slow Burn Theatre (LOA), Zoetic Stage (LOA), and Miami New Drama (LOA).