Brent Blair

Associate Professor of Theatre Practice in Voice and Movement

Head of Theatre and Social Change

Portrait of Brent Blair


Brent Blair is an associate professor of theatre practice at the USC School of Dramatic Arts. He is a Linklater-designated voice instructor and a former Fulbright scholar in the Igbo traditional theatre of West Africa. He founded the applied theatre arts focus at the School of Dramatic Arts and is the founding director of the Center for Theatre of the Oppressed and Applied Theatre Arts in Los Angeles, based on the works and training methods of Augusto Boal. He has formed numerous collaborative and curricular programs that partner with community members using theatre as a vehicle for education, therapy, and social change. Blair teaches courses in voice, theatre for youth, theatre and therapy, theatre in education and theatre in the community.


PhD & MA, Pacifica Graduate Institute

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