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Greene Played Lady Bracknell in "The Importance of Being Ernest Hemingway" in August at The Access Theater.  She was recently seen playing Arkadina in the NYC premiere of Tennessee Williams’ The Notebook of Trigorin at The Flea. In NYC, Charise has also played Joanna in Inadmissible at Canal Park Playhouse., Jo in a staged reading of Canary at New York Theatre Workshop (directed by Rachael Chavkin), the title role in Psyche at Ensemble Studio Theater, and the title role in Darleen and Trent at the Living Theatre. She teaches undergraduate acting at Barnard and Columbia (Chekhov, Advanced Acting, and more) and is the resident voice and dialect coach for productions at NYU’s Stella Adler Studio. She directs at Adler and coaches privately. Charise holds an MFA in Acting from the Brown/Trinity Rep Program (Stephen Sondheim Fellow), and she earned her bachelors degree in Theater and Political Science from UC Berkeley. Member of AEA. (

Charise Greene

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