Giovanni Ortega (AEA, SAG-AFTRA, SDC) has been working professionally for over a decade. He believes in creating an accepting and inclusive relationship with artists and communities alike regardless of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation and class.
In the past few years, he's teamed up with several organizations around the world to observe how the arts and culture are used to inform different populations on how we can decimate discrimination and enhance acceptance. As a core member of Theatre Without Borders, they have the distinct opportunity to work with communities and artists from across the globe to engage, investigate and create stories that usually go untold but are relevant and important to share with everyone.
As a multidisciplinary artist, a public speaker in over one-hundred-forty college campuses and an international collaborator, these experiences have given Giovanni the opportunity to see the variety and diversity of what our society has to offer. This is what he continuously instills with the people that he interacts with in communities, organizations and academia.
Presented by Poetry Festival Singapore
CTG's College & Career Fair for the Arts 2022:
Spinning Forward and Redefining What is Possible.
Meet the creatives who write, direct, and perform everything that happens onstage.
Rose Portillo, Giovanni Ortega, and Sefa Aina, joined the Department of Performance Studies in a conversation about how they activate communities through their own disciplines and positions in the community. Curated by M.A. Candidate and Graduate Assistant Fluffy Andres Aguilar.
A Film by Patrick Nan
In a dystopian parallel world, police artificial intelligence interrogates innocent people for unsupported crimes.
Director: Patrick Nan
Matt Fuentes, Andrew Truong, Fiorine
Music: William Dry
Producer: Monet Massac, Ryan Fann
Executive Producer: Giovanni Ortega
San Diego REP is proud to announce our inaugural HERE U.S. NOW new play commissioning program! Learn more about it from The REP's Literary Manager, Danielle Ward, and meet the six playwrights we have selected to write new works.
REP Associate Producer and Casting Director Kim Heil interviews three of six REP commissioned playwrights for the new Here U.S. Now project. Recorded on June 25, 2020.
This creative intensive is a venture for the artist to discover & experience full expression by integrating writing, storytelling, performance as well as various theatrical pedagogy.
WRITTEN ON MY BODY will lead participants in a 4-week written process from personal narrative, dramatic theory, thematic writing, script self-analysis as well as viewership to innovative solo productions. An interactive webinar will be held each week were artists are encouraged to develop their craft from the one-person performative lens, in addition to individual sessions with the instructor.
MAP OF MY BODY is a week long intensive that will lead the participants on a journey that includes the implementation of auto-dramatic exercises, various acting techniques (Strasberg, Meisner, Linklater), imagination meditation and adapting the written text into a performative structure.
To apply, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org the following: - A statement outlining prior writing experience and why you'd like to take the intensive. - A description of what you will be working on. - A 1.5-2 page work sample, double spaced
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