191 Ryder Hall
Voice & Movement
Antonio Ocampo-Guzman is an actor, director and teacher originally from Bogotá, Colombia. Antonio is a Designated Linklater Master Voice Teacher and is the author of “La Libertad de la Voz Natural: El Método Linklater” (UNAM, 2010). He serves as a consultant for CEUVOZ, a center for voice studies in Mexico City, where he runs a Linklater Voice Teacher training program. He also teaches annually at the Estudio Corazza, in Madrid, Spain. Antonio is a proud member of the Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA), and serves as the association’s treasurer. In Boston he has worked with Actors’ Shakespeare Theatre, The Nora Theatre, The Huntington Theatre, and New Repertory Theatre. In 2014, he will once again direct for Boston Midsummer Opera, a production of Bedrich Smetana’s “The Bartered Bride.”. Several of his articles and essays about his experiences as a bilingual theatre artist have been published in, among others, “The Politics of American Actor Training,” “Colorblind Shakespeare,” “The Greenwood Shakespeare Encyclopedia,” and the Voice & Speech Review, as well as the magazines American Theatre, BackStage East, Dramatics, and Paso de Gato (Mexico).
At Northeastern, Antonio teaches all levels of acting, voice & movement and directs for the mainstage season. He also runs a Dialogue of Civilizations Program in London every summer.
He holds an MFA in Directing and a Graduate Diploma in Voice from York University, Toronto.