Matt Shelton

  Matt Shelton is the son of two Bay Area theatre artists, Jean Shelton and the late Robert Elross. After graduating from the University of California at Santa Barbara he began studying acting and began his true formal education. Besides his parents, early artistic influences came from Broadway actor/director and Group Theatre member Wendell Phillips.

 

Matt Shelton is the son of two Bay Area theatre artists, Jean Shelton and the late Robert Elross. After graduating from the University of California at Santa Barbara he began studying acting and began his true formal education. Besides his parents, early artistic influences came from Broadway actor/director and Group Theatre member Wendell Phillips. Continue reading “Matt Shelton”

Julie Dimas-Lockfeld

  Julie Dimas-Lockfeld has taught acting classes in San Francisco since 1980. She began teaching Movement for Actors at the Stage Group Theatre School, under the direction of Wendell Phillips, where she trained for 10 years and was a member of Stage Group’s Ensemble Theatre Company. She later taught similar bodywork and inspired ongoing acting … Continue reading “Julie Dimas-Lockfeld”

 

Julie Dimas-Lockfeld has taught acting classes in San Francisco since 1980. She began teaching Movement for Actors at the Stage Group Theatre School, under the direction of Wendell Phillips, where she trained for 10 years and was a member of Stage Group’s Ensemble Theatre Company. She later taught similar bodywork and inspired ongoing acting classes, as a founding member of the Phoenix Theatre where she also acted and directed. In 1996, she received a Bay Area Performing Artist Fellowship Award studying with a wide variety of film and theatre artists including, Cory Adams, Margie Haber, Richard Seyd and Ed Hooks. Continue reading “Julie Dimas-Lockfeld”