Lauren Hallal

Affiliated Faculty
Alexander Technique Teacher

Lauren is a certified Alexander Technique Teacher by the American Society for the Alexander Technique.  (AmSAT).  She developed a course for the juniors in the BFA Acting Program at Emerson, where is is an affiliated faculty member.  She has taught Alexander Technique at Emerson's pre-college program, workshops at Northeastern University, Boston Conservatory at Berklee College of Music as well as many other locations throughout New England.   She also has a private practice in Newton, Massachusetts where she teaches students one on one to people looking for better body use or relief from chronic pain. Lauren also assists at the Alexander Technique Training Center (ATTC) for those training to become certified instructors of the Alexander Technique.  At ATTC, Lauren teaches Anatomy for the Alexander Technique Teacher.  

Lauren has been a company member of Beau Jest Moving Theater since 1992.  She has devised and acted in many plays, directed by Davis Robinson.  With Beau Jest, she has performed at The Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston North Carolina and at the Tennessee Williams Theater Festival in Provincetown, MA.

Lauren graduated from ATTC, where she studied with Ruth Kilroy. At ATTC, she studied extensively with master teacher Rivka Cohen both privately and within the program.  Lauren holds a BFA in Acting from Syracuse University.

 

About

  • Performing Arts
    Since 2017

Education

B.F.A., Syracuse University