Associate Professor of Theatre (Acting & Movement)
Office: 2455 Walgreen
Malcolm Tulip trained at the University of London in dance, movement and choreography, and at the Ecole Jacques Lecoq in Paris in stage combat, movement analysis, acrobatics, mask work, pantomime blanche, commeddia dell'arte, and other physical theatre. His performance credits include Falstaff (The Merry Wives of Windsor), Dogberry (Much Ado About Nothing) and Touchstone (As You Like It) at the Michigan Shakespeare Festival, Lord Byron (in Camino Real) at the New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, and Frank (Molly Sweeney) at Ann Arbor's Performance Network. He has toured with the Gelati Theatre Company UK and Theatre Grottesco. Tulip also appeared as Mr. Arno in the film Stardust. In 1997 he wrote, directed and starred in Down the Plughole at the Performance Network, for which he received Best Drama, Best Director of a Drama, and Best Actor in a Drama awards from the Ann Arbor News.
Professor Tulip is also a playwright and a director (Performance Network and Prospero Theatre Company). He has taught a number of movement, mask, commedia dell'arte and improvisation workshops at schools throughout the U.S. and in England. He is a member of AEA.
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