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    Connie Rotunda
    Connie Rotunda is an actor, director, movement coach/director and teaching-artist. She currently serves as the Associate Chair of the Theatre Arts Department at SUNY New Paltz. She has worked regionally and Off-Broadway, created and performed sketch comedy with Alarm Dog Rep, as well as performed and taught as a guest artist. She has collaborated as an actor and movement director with Wallis Knot and as a rogue artist with The Anthropologists and Messenger Theatre, all independent experimental theatre companies based in NYC developing new works. As a Guild Certified Practitioner in the Feldenkrais Method® she has worked as a training program practitioner in the NYC Feldenkrais Method® Professional Training Programs. In addition to Feldenkrais, she has trained in the Viewpoints with Mary Overlie, Wendell Beavers, Anne Bogart, and The SITI Company; the Margolis Method with Kari Margolis; Middendorf breath work with Juerg Rofler; Linklater with Andrea Haring; Trish Arnold work with Merry Conway; and the Michael Chekhov Technique with MICHA faculty. In 2016 she was named the MICHA Inaugural Scholar for her research and investigation of the synergy between the Feldenkrais Method and Chekhov Technique. She maintains a private Feldenkrais practice in New Paltz.