Acting for the Camera – Adjunct Professor
Victoria Mack received her MFA in Acting from NYU’s TIsch School of the Arts and has been acting, directing and teaching professionally for 15 years. She directs at the Stella Adler Studio of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and at the Stella Adler Evening Conservatory, where she most recently directed The Cherry Orchard and Eve Ensler’s Necessary Targets. She recently directed a salon of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie at TACT. She has taught Acting all over the city and as far as Chile. She is a resident Shakespeare instructor at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey and a resident faculty member at the Rhode Island School of Design, where she teaches Directing to film majors. This summer she will teach a 10-week course in Acting for TV and Film at the Stella Adler Studio. As an actor she’s worked on Broadway and extensively off-Broadway. She’s also done considerable regional work, including two world premiere Theresa Rebeck plays; starring roles at Syracuse Stage, Milwaukee Rep, Cincinnati Playhouse, Denver Center, Pittsburgh Playhouse, and 14 productions at the Shakespeare Theatre of NJ, most recently Ellen Tree in Red Velvet; as well as a self-produced collection of two-person, ten-minute plays that played in New York City and then traveled to Santiago, Chile. With TACT she performed in Natural Affection, Hard Love and Happy Birthday as well as many roles in TACT salons, and has been a company member since 2012. Victoria has shot two pilots as well as “The Good Wife,” “Boardwalk Empire,” “Unforgettable,” “Black Box,” “Law and Order: Criminal Intent” and “Orange is the New Black.” Film includes The Letter, with Wynona Ryder and James Franco, A Song in the Shell, Atlantis, Resolutions.