Angie Jepson

Lecturer (Movement and Stage Combat) | ajepson@bu.edu

Jepson

Angie Jepson is an actor, fight choreographer, and instructor based in Boston, MA.  In addition to being on the faculty in the School of Theatre, Angie currently teaches for the BU College of Fine Arts School of Music Opera Institute (stage combat), and at Worcester State University (stage combat, acting, voice and movement), and has taught and choreographed for Harvard University, Northeastern University, Suffolk University, and Brandeis University.   Regional acting credits include:  The Other Place with Central Square Theatre, reasons to be pretty and The Little Dog Laughed with SpeakEasy Stage Company, An Ideal Husband with Gloucester Stage Company, Shipwrecked with the Lyric Stage Company, Taming of the Shrew with Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Gaslight and Dracula with Stoneham Theatre, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Romeo and Juliet, and Troilus and Cressida with the Publick Theatre, and Howard Zinn’s Daughter of Venus with Boston Playwrights’ Theatre and Suffolk University.  Regional Fight Direction credits include: Ryan Landry’s M with the Huntington Theatre Company, In The Heights, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, reasons to be pretty, Blackbird, and Fat Pig with SpeakEasy Stage Company, Nicholas Nickelby and Legacy of Light with The Lyric Stage Company, boom with New Repertory Theatre, Spring Awakening with Gloucester Stage Company, The Lover with Bridge Rep of Boston, Matt and Ben with Central Square Theatre, To Kill a Mockingbird with Boston Children’s Theatre, Entertaining Mr. Sloane with the Publick Theatre, Don Giovanni with the New England Conservatory, and The Tragedy of Carmen with Boston Midsummer Opera.  Angie is a member of Actors’ Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, and the Society of American Fight Directors.  MFA:  Brandeis University.  BFA: Texas Christian University.