Tamara Meneghini's research is focused mainly on performance practices, as professional actor/creator who devises new performance-related work or as an actor/performer working from established texts for theatre. She enjoys most the energy and complicity of collaborating with experienced playwrights/directors when developing new material. The bulk of her work pertains to the relationship between the actor/performance, actor/acting instrument - how the acting instrument (body/voice) is utilized best to communicate truthfully in performance. She has studied mask work extensively with some of the most highly regarded master mask trainer/teachers, including Antonio Fava, Joan Schirle and Giovanni Fusetti. She continues to be extremely interested in creating new ways to tell story utilizing a fully engaged and engaging physical theatre approach.
theatre performance, physical theatre techniques, physical understanding of period style and the Physical-Acting Training techniques, commedia dell'arte, the Williamson technique, voice work for the performer, Fitzmaurice Voicework, American Musical Theatre, physical and vocal coaching for live performance practices, professional speakers, mask work and experienced teaching artist and teaching artist coach, arts integration