Lee Soroko is a Certified Teacher and Advanced Actor Combatant with the Society of American Fight Directors. Lee earned his Master of Fine Arts Degree from the Professional Actor Training Program at the University of Texas where he studied under Jim Hancock and took additional Theatre study at the Jagielonion Uniwersytet, in Krakow, Poland and Peace Haven in London.
Lee is a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship recipient for his work in Character Mask and is currently the Assistant Professor of Movement at Florida Atlantic University. He is a proud member of the Actors Equity Association (AEA) and his areas of continued movement study include Stage Combat, Alexander Technique, Period Styles, Viewpoints and Feldenkrais. Lee has taught at the Yale School of Music, New York University, the University of Miami, Quinnipiac University, The University of Texas and the North Carolina School of the Arts.
As a fight director, Lee's professional credits include productions with the Maltz-Jupiter Theatre (LORT B), The Florida Grand Opera (AGMA), Palm Beach Opera (AGMA), North Carolina Shakespeare Festival (LORT C), Zoetic Stage (LOA), Slow Burn Theatre Company (LOA), Miami New Theatre (LOA), Triad Stage (LOA), PalmBeach Dramaworks (LOA) and FreeFall Theatre (LOA). Lee continues to work at colleges and universities across the country providing workshops on choreographed violence.
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