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Jonathan Albert

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Jonathan Albert
Adjunct Professor

Acting for the Non-Performing
Performing Arts General

Jonathan Albert is an actor, writer and director. Before leaving Manhattan in 2008, Jonathan was featured on As the World Turns as well as appeared in multiple off-broadway productions. Some favorites include Stu in Cowboys #2 and Chicago by Sam Shepard, Tobin Gray in Maieutic Theatre Company's Arpeggio and Baylis in Blackbird by Adam Rapp at the Michael Chekhov Theatre Company. Since leaving Manhattan, Jonathan’s focus turned to academics. For the past 5 years Jonathan has been an adjunct professor of theatre and playwriting at Union College in Schenectady, NY. Directing credits at Union include: Twelve: an Adaptation of Twelve Angry Men, An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein and The Laramie Project. Prior to Union, Jonathan taught at SUNY Adirondack where he wrote and directed Psycho Pirate for the 2011 MainStage production. Jonathan also teaches for the Young Actors Guild and MindsOn talented and gifted writers program. Jonathan received his Masters in Fine Arts from the Actors Studio Drama School at the New School University and was inducted as a Lifetime Member of the Actors Studio in 2005.