Chris Dolman


High School Voice (Classical)
High School Voice (Musical Theater)

Chris Dolman teaches First Year Acting and Second Year Audition Technique Workshops at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts. He is also an adjunct assistant professor for CUNY - Queens College's Department of Drama, Theatre and Dance where he teaches directing and acting classes, including Marketing the Actor, an audition class he created that focuses on the business of working as an actor. He is a member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab where he produced and directed Date with a Stranger for the American Living Room Festival. This past year, Chris was invited to participate in the renowned LaMama International Symposium for Directors in Spoleto, Italy. Chris has directed professionally from Maine to Florida. In New York, Chris directed the Off-Broadway world premiere of Fathers & Sons, at 42nd Street's Theatre Row. Favorite theatre projects include Long Day's Journey Into Night, Red, True West, Artand The Kathy & Mo Show. He was the Founder/Producing Artistic Director of the Edgartown Theatre Company, an Equity theatre that produced in New York City and on Martha's Vineyard. As an actor he has worked Off-Broadway, in regional theatre and on television and radio. He recently directed and produced the SAG short film Box that will be shown in various film festivals.

Degrees and Studies
MFA, Florida State University, Asolo Conservatory of Professional Actor Training; Studied acting with Kathryn Gately, Roger Rees, Neal Kenyon; Directing with Luca Ronconi, Ping Chong and Ruth Maleczech; Member of Lincoln Center Directors Lab; Extensive directing credits Off Broadway and regionally; Founder/Producing Artistic Director of Edgartown Theatre Company