Bill Connington

Lecturer in Acting

Bill Connington is the former Chairman of the Board of the American Center for the Alexander Technique, and co-author of the book, "The Alexander Technique" (HarperCollins), and author of "Physical Expression on Stage and Screen: Using the Alexander Technique to Create Unforgettable Performances" (Methuen Drama). He has taught at the Juilliard School, NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, the Actors Studio Drama School, and Mannes School of Music. He collaborates with voice teachers in their studios, and has worked with actors appearing on and off Broadway. Bill is also the book series editor of "Acting Essentials" the first book series for undergraduate drama, published by Methuen Drama. He is currently writing a book on the Alexander Technique for undergraduate drama students. Bill is also an award-winning actor and playwright/screenwriter. His adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates' novella "Zombie" won several awards for the play version, and the short film version. One of his indie screenplays will be shot in December 2017. He is a graduate of the London Academy of Music and Drama Art. www.billconnington.com