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Senior Lecturer, Acting/ Voice Teacher
Office: 105 Hopkins Center
Office Phone: (603)646-3499
James Goodwin Rice teaches Acting and Voice. A veteran of New York and regional stages, he has also appeared in episodic television and movies of the week as well as frequent daytime roles. A graduate of the Neighborhood Playhouse, he was a student of Sanford Meisner and subsequently, Uta Hagen at the HB Studio. He is a founder of the Capital Repertory Theater in Albany, NY, where he appeared in more than twenty roles. He is a member of Shakespeare and Company of Lenox, MA, where he teaches, coaches voice and acts regularly. Other regional appearances include the O’Neill Theater Center, Pittsburgh Public Theater, Virginia Stage, The Empty Space, ACT, and Intiman Theater, where he was a founding member. A Designated Linklater Voice Teacher, Mr. Rice has taught at Skidmore College, SUNY Albany and New Paltz, Vassar/Powerhouse Theater Company, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Emerson College and as a Visiting Guest Artist Master Teacher for the University of Pittsburgh MFA program. He has recently offered a course entitled “Shakespeare in the Schools,” in which Dartmouth students directed local elementary school students in productions of Macbeth, Midsummer, Twelfth Night and Hamlet. James Rice has directed Neil LaBute’s The Distance from Here and appeared as Salter in Caryl Churchill’s A Number.
Last Updated: 11/26/08