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Maureen Anne Porter is a professional actor, member of Actors Equity Association, and founder of The Second Act, an organization that uses theater to shift perspective in the workplace.
Porter has been acting professionally for over 30 years and is a graduate of Niagara University, where she studied in a conservatory setting that focused on dance, acting, mime, speech, voice, and theater history. Porter has worked at length with nationally recognized director and poet, Brother Augustine Towey, C.M.; Maurice Daniels of The Royal Shakespeare Company; Charles Strouse; and the original “Wiz,” Andre DeShields. Porter received a best-supporting-actress award for her work in Edward Albee’s A Delicate Balance.
Porter teaches Acting, Scene Study, Script Analysis, and Introduction to Theatre at Buffalo State where she graduated with a master’s degree in literature in spring 2016. Porter is currently on a collection of poetry and a short play that deals with the evolution of women’s voices.
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