Revolution Shakespeare: Interview with Rev Shakes director Griffin Stanton-Ameisen

By kind permission of REP Radio

On today’s podcast, we touch base with Griffin Stanton-Ameisen, artistic director of Revolution Shakespeare. We recap his 2015, talk about the organizations goals and what to look forward to in 2016. Stay Tuned!


Revolution Shakespeare engages audiences in the variety and vitality of Shakespeare’s works and works inspired by Shakespeare. Through performances and educational programming, RevShakes creates accessible, stimulating theatrical experiences for the here and now.

Griffin is a Philadelphia based actor, producer and teacher. He grew up outside of Philly in Bryn Mawr, PA. After high school, Griffin pursued a B.A. in Theatre from Temple University where he studied with Kevin Cotter, David Ingram, Dan Kern and Donna Snow. Following this, he moved out west for three years for further training at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he obtained an M.F.A. in performance under the tutelage of Robert Benedetti, Rayme Cornell, Phil Hubbard and Michael Lugering. Upon graduation he came back home to Philly to begin his acting career. Griffin has worked at The Walnut Street Theatre, Quintessence Theatre Group, Act II Playhouse, the National Constitution Center, Luna Theatre, Simpatico Theatre Project, Brat Productions, Curio Theatre, Philadelphia Artists Collective, Theatre Horizon, Playpenn, Philadelphia Young Playwrights, as well as repeatedly with The Delaware Shakespeare Festival, EgoPo Classic Theatre and The Renegade Company (where he serves as associate artistic director). As a teacher, Griffin has worked with Bristol Riverside Theatre, the Lantern Theatre, Philadelphia Young Playwrights and Theatre Horizon. For more info go to<




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