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Ken Baltin

Acting Faculty

Ken Baltin is a life-long professional actor, acting teacher and director. He has performed extensively in New York City and in regional theater throughout the U.S., as well as in TV, film, industrials and commercials.  He continues to work regularly in Boston area theaters. Recent critically acclaimed performances include Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman at the Lyric Stage Company; Operation Epsilon, and The Fever Chart, and The Cherry Orchard at the Central Square Theatre; Kite Runner and Eurydice at the New Repertory Theatre; Romeo and Juliet and Cymbeline at the Actors Shakespeare Project (ASP); Last of the Red Hot Lovers at Gloucester Stage Company; Not Constantinople, The Screenwriter’s Daughter, and Copenhagen at The Vineyard Playhouse; The Sussman VariationsKing of the Jews and Permanent Whole Life at the Boston Playwrights Theatre; and Brooklyn Boy at the SpeakEasy Stage Company. 

Baltin has been voted Outstanding Faculty of the Year in the Theater Division by The Boston Conservatory Student Government Association (SGA).  He has taught both acting and communication skills at several colleges and trade schools, including SUNY Fredonia, Franklin Pierce College, Northeastern University, UMASS Boston and Connecticut College among others. In addition, he has coached hundreds of business executives and professional speakers in the art of presenting. He trained extensively under Uta Hagen and Herbert Berghof at the HB Studio in New York City, and he holds a B.A. in journalism from Rutgers University and an M.F.A in theatre arts from Brandeis University.

Baltin currently teaches Acting 3 and 4 (sophomore level) at The Boston Conservatory.


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