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Regine Vital

Departments

Theatre

Education

  • MA (candidate), Shakespeare Studies, King’s College & Shakespeare’s Globe (London, England)
  • MA, English Literature & Creative Writing, University of Massachusetts (Boston, MA)
  • BA, English & History, Boston University (Boston, MA)

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REGINE VITAL (she/her/hers) is a theatre artist, administrator, educator, scholar, and storyteller from Somerville, MA. As an actor, director, dramaturg, and coach, she has worked with several Boston area theatre companies, including The Huntington, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, ArtsEmerson, Company One, Central Square Theatre, Boston University School of Theatre, Moonbox Productions, HUB Theatre Company, Fresh Ink Theatre, and Flat Earth Theatre. She teaches performance studies, composition, literature, and public speaking at the college level; text and performance to high schoolers; and has taught continuing adult education classes in literature.

She is a board member of Playable Theatre and TC2 Theatre Company; she is also a frequent collaborator with Green Door Labs on the interactive theatre-game production, Club Drosselmeyer. Currently, she is the Manager of Curriculum and Instruction in The Huntington’s Education department and a part-time instructor at Boston area universities. Regine holds degrees from Boston University, UMass Boston, and studied Shakespeare at King’s College, London and Shakespeare’s Globe. When she isn’t telling stories on stage or talking too much about Shakespeare, Regine loves a good book, a good show, a good dance, and a great chat with great friends. Merde, folks! 😉

Courses Taught

  • THTR 1220 – Race, Power, & Performance
  • THTR 1170 – The Eloquent Presenter