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Dr. Tom Rudolph
David Jiles Jr (he/him/his) is a Black Boston-based professional actor, singer, and teaching artist. He is an assistant professor at Berklee College of Music where he teaches voice, acting, and musical theatre. He also teaches theatre and voice at Emerson College. He is an illustrious performer with many theatre credits in Boston. David performs more than 60 gigs each year, and is passionate about exploring the connections performers create with an audience during live performance. He has nearly 20 years of professional acting and teaching experience. David serves on the board of StageSource; an arts service organization in Boston. He is a proud member of Actors Equity and Musical Theatre Educators Alliance. David is also an avid Yogi, and is a 300-hour-certified yoga instructor. David completed his undergraduate studies at Dartmouth College, and his graduate studies at Emerson College. He is in progress to designate in the Linklater Voice Method; a training methodology on freeing the natural voice through psychosomatic voice exercises and physical exercises.