Micha Espinosa

Associate Editor, Arizona
Assistant Professor
Arizona State University

 

 

 

 

Contributions to IDEA:
Arizona 1 | Arizona 2 | Arizona 3 | Arizona 4Arizona 5 | Brazil 3 | Brazil 4 | England 45 | Iran 1 | Michigan 8 | Michigan 9 | New Zealand 5 | Scotland 10 | Spain 5 | Spain 6 | Texas 1 | Texas 3

Bio: Micha Espinosa is an Arizona-based artist, activist, teacher, and vocal coach. She has performed, lectured, and taught voice around the world since 1992. She is a member of SAG/AFTRA, and has performed in film, television, and regional theatre. She is a certified yoga instructor. She is an associate teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework and a trainer for the Fitzmaurice Teacher Certification. She is Assistant Professor of Voice and Acting at Arizona State University, School of Theatre and Film. Her research and scholarship examines and contextualizes the current climate with the training of actors of non-dominant groups. She is passionate about social justice in actor training, global perspectives, and the cultural voice.

In 2014, Micha released Monologues for Latino/a Actors: A Resource Guide to Contemporary Latino/a Playwrights for Actors and Teachers, published by Smith and Krause. The collection serves as a gateway into a cultural world that historically has been ignored by other resource guides. Readers are introduced to the rich, vibrant contribution that U.S. Latinos and Latin American performers offer to our culture. Monologues for Latino/a Actors offers more than 100 monologues and highlights the work of 42 playwrights.