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CHARLESANNE
RABENSBURG

EDUCATION

The Ohio State University,
Department of Theatre

Columbus, Ohio – 2012
Master of Fine Arts in Acting
Final GPA 4.0

The University of Houston,
School of Theatre

Houston, Texas – 2005
Bachelor of Arts in Theatre
Minor: Art History
Suma Cum Laude

HONORS AND AWARDS

International Visual and
Performing Arts Grant

$1,000. OSU, Division of Arts and Humanities

Performing Arts Grant for International Travel
$1,000. The Arts Initiative at Ohio State

Aida Cannarsa Snow

Endowment Fund
$300. OSU, Department of Theatre

John C. Morrow Memorial Fund
$1,200. OSU, Department of Theatre

Member of University
Honors Program

The University of Houston, 1999-2005

The Dr. Linda Dorff
Memorial Scholarship
,
The University of Houston, 2002

Excellence in Performance Scholarship,
Five-time recipient. The University of Houston, 1999 – 2004

MENTORSHIP

Alison Bomber, Head Text and Voice Coach, The Royal Shakespeare Company
Stratford-Upon-Avon, England

June 2010 – present
Overseas trips funded by OSU and The Arts Initiative at Ohio State: June 2012, August 2010, December-Jan 2012, March 2011.
One on one training and attendance at RSC ensemble preshow warm-ups and workshops

UNIVERSITY TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Graduate Teaching Associate, The Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio − 2009-2012

THEATRE 280, The Craft of Acting: The fundamentals and techniques of acting for undergraduates; including monologue and scene work, introduction to Laban,
Suzuki and Viewpoints, auditioning techniques, and a variety of different performance methodologies.

THEATRE 100, Introduction to Theatre: The study of theatre, Greek to Contemporary, with emphasis on its cultural and social influences in our society.

THEATRE 387, Stage Movement Studio II Viewpoints: The Viewpoints, Anne Bogart’s technique of movement composition that provides a vocabulary for thinking about and acting upon movement and gesture.

Guest Lecturer, The Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio

“THE ARTIST’S MANIFESTO: Blood, Sex, Violence and the Church,”
February 2012
Honors Theatre History, Matthew Yde, Ph.D, Assistant Professor

“LISA D’AMOUR AND PUNCHDRUNK: New Playwrights and Companies Pushing Boundaries,” October 2011
Contemporary Theatre History, Jennifer Schlueter, Ph.D, Assistant Professor

Teaching Artist, The Royal Shakespeare Company and
Ohio State University Partnership
Columbus, Ohio 2009 – June 2012

STAND UP FOR SHAKESPEARE, Artist Mentor: Provided classroom support
for teachers implementing The Royal Shakespeare Company’s Stand Up for
Shakespeare program in their schools with a particular emphasis on using
performance and rehearsal room techniques to aid learning. Grades 3-5
(Reynoldsburg Schools) and 9-11 (Linden Mckinley High School).

Teaching Artist, The Kinkaid School
Reynoldsburg and Columbus, Ohio − February 2012

SPEAKING SHAKESPEARE
Instructed private upper school students in techniques of acting, interpreting and physicalizing Shakespeare’s texts.
Instructor: Christa Forster, English Literature

COACHING AND DIRECTING

Movement and Acting Coach, The Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio − Autumn Quarter 2011
Living Out by Lisa Loomer
Directed by Maureen Ryan

Acting Coach and Movement, Sexual Violence and Intimacy Director, The Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio − Spring Quarter 2012
The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade by Peter Weiss
Directed by Mark Mann

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