Assistant Professor of Acting and Voice
Marc Devine teaches courses in vocal production, dialects, acting and movement, emphasizing contemplative, somatic, and psychophysical approaches to performance. As a performer, director and theatre maker, Marc has worked in various cities around the county, including Los Angeles, Santa Fe, and the Denver/Boulder Area for the past 10 years. His audio-book recording of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn has over one million chapter downloads, and was among the top 50 iTunes podcasts in the Arts and Literature category for over three years.
Prior to teaching at Ball State University, Marc has instructed at Naropa University, California State University Los Angeles, and the Santa Fe University of Art and Design. His scholarly research has been presented at the 2015 Association of Theatre Movement Educators Colloquium on Devising, the 2013 Association for Theater in Higher Education Conference, and was also published in the Association of Theatre Movement Educators 2013 Fall Newsletter. Marc holds an MFA degree in Contemporary Performance from Naropa University, a BFA degree in Acting from the Santa Fe University of Art and Design, and has studied at the Ithaca College London Center.