Harrison Butler F.A.B.A. Instructor
Harrison Butler is an actor, director and writer in addition to serving on the faculty of F.A.B.A. Prior to his arrival in L.A. in last year, he was serving on the faculty of the University of Northern Colorado teaching in the BA program acting, Voice, Movement, and Shakespeare. While serving as adjunct faculty, he received the Director’s Meritorious award from the Kennedy Center for his direction of the main stage production of The Adding Machine.
He has a BA from the University of Northern Colorado, an MFA with an emphasis in Voice Studies from the University of Texas at Austin, and received his conservatory training in NYC at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts formerly the School for Film and Television where he served as the Associate Director of Admission for 6 years. Favorite acting roles at the University of Texas include Constantin in Big Love, Lysander in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Ganya in the premier adaptation of The Idiot by Dostoevsky. Favorite roles at the Little Theatre of the Rockies and UNC are Mitch in Tuesdays with Morrie, Jeremiah in God’s Man in Texas, and Jonathan Harker in the premier of Dracula, the Case of the Silver Scream.
Harrison was also with the Acting Studios of Beverly Hills and firmly believes in the ongoing study of craft as an actor and is thrilled to be in the rehearsal room.