Michael Warner

Adjunct Professor

Acting for Musical Theatre - BFA Musical Theatre

Michael Warner is a Professor of Acting at Pace University where he specializes in Shakespeare and Early Realism in the Musical Theater BFA. He is the Artistic Director of The Michael Warner Studio in New York City. He has taught at The University of the Arts, Rutgers The New York Conservatory of the Dramatic Arts and has taught Master Classes with several different organizations.. He has numerous appearances in Film and Television including House of Cards, Forever, Law and Order, Law and Order-Criminal Intent, Boardwalk Empire, All My Children, As the World Turns, among others.  Theater credits include the Broadway revival of Machinal, The Language of Trees, The Marriage of Bette and Boo, Distracted (Roundabout), Wings (Second Stage), Scarcity (Rattlestick), Monstrosity (13p), Missed Connections (Ars Nova), Almost an Evening, Arrangements (Atlantic), among many others. Directing Credits include Love/Sick by John Cariani, Marie Antoinette by David Adjmi, The Chekov Project, An Evening of Ten Minute Plays, as well dozens of Scene Nights and Workshops. His Solo play, How. What. Now., was Workshopped at The Williamstown Theater Festival and at the Project Y New Works Festival. He holds an MFA from Rutgers University. Proud member of SAG/AFTRA and AEA.  Professional Affiliation: MTEA.