A bit about me...


Dori is a collaborator, a theatre maker, and a story teller.  She holds a Masters from New York University, having focused on applied theatre, devised work with youth, and Shakespeare. She has worked with Flat Earth Theatre, Fresh Ink Theatre, New Victory Theatre, Steppenwolf, the Park Avenue Armory, the Theatre Development Fund, Trusty Sidekick, Timeline Theatre, Shattered Globe, the Massachusetts Center for Renaissance Studies, and the New York Student Shakespeare Festival. she collaborated with ensembles to devise new plays, taught script analysis, performed, and fostered community while organizing a V-Day fundraiser. Her work is collaborative across various mediums; she has worked with visual artists, musicians, and dancers to fashion powerfully resonate experiences.


Incorporating various traditional and experiential learning components, her teaching style allows students to connect with dramatic works and ideas through their minds, hearts, hands, and bodies. Her techniques range from classical (including Greek and Elizabethan performance) to modern styles, such as Stanislavski, Viewpoints, Poor Theatre, Theatre of the Oppressed, Playback Theatre and Ethnodrama.

Her plays have been produced in New York, Chicago, and Boston. Dori is the Director of Education at Greater Boston Stage Company.

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