Ms. McIntyre has applied her vast experience as an accomplished stage and film actor to the art of teaching. She has been an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California (USC) for twelve years. She is a regular guest instructor for the graduate acting program at the University of Texas-Austin and the South Carolina Governors School for the Arts. She has been a guest instructor at The Old Globe/University of San Diego (UCSD) MFA Graduate Actor Training Program and the Oklahoma Arts Institute at Quartz Mountain.
Currently, she teaches for the Howard Fine Acting Studio in Hollywood, CA and the California State University, Northridge (CSUN). In addition, Ms. McIntyre coordinates classes and workshops for the SAG Hollywood Conservatory at AFI. Most recently, she was the acting instructor with the Elon University North Carolina’s summer intensive: Elon in LA: Climbing the Ladder.
Ms. McIntyre ascribes to the “personalization technique” in acting: “the fusion of personal experience and imagination…to fully personalize the work, the character and all the fictional circumstances.” She teaches this application in both a class structure as well as private coaching.
Currently, Ms. McIntyre teaches at the Howard Fine Acting Studio and the Ted Brunetti Studio, both in Hollywood. Other teaching assignments have included the USC School of Theatre, the Theatre Academy at LA City College, the North Carolina School of the Arts, the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and workshops throughout the country at such places as the University of Texas-Austin, University of Arizona, and University of Wyoming. Marilyn received her MFA from Penn State University and BFA from the North Carolina School of the Arts. In New York she studied at HB Studio and with Michael Shurtleff, and was a member of the NATAS (National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences) Actors Workshop. She had the privilege of studying with Uta Hagen and is featured in the video
“Uta Hagen’s Acting Class Part 2”.
Marilyn can be reached at email@example.com or at (818) 601-1463