Brett Radke

Title

Adjunct Instructor

Department

Theatre Arts

About

Brett Radke (he/him/his) is an actor, director, and educator based in New York City who has performed Off-Broadway, regionally, and internationally. Select acting credits include The Comedy of Errors (Classic Stage Company), Everyday Afroplay (The Bushwick Starr), Armature (Cleveland Public Theatre), The Pitmen Painters (The Beck Center for the Arts), Tecumseh! Outdoor Drama, and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (Performance Network).

Brett is a Designated Linklater Teacher and a Certified Teacher in The Michael Chekhov Technique through The Great Lakes Michael Chekhov Consortium. He is currently on faculty at Fordham University, Marymount Manhattan College, The City College of New York, Long Island University-Brooklyn/The New Group, and The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. As a teaching artist, Brett has worked with The Play Group Theatre, Broadway Bound Kids, Classic Stage Company, Great Lakes Theatre, and Baldwin Wallace University’s Conservatory Outreach Program.

He holds an M.F.A. in Acting from Columbia University, where he was the recipient of the Bob Hope Fellowship, and a B.A. in Theatre from Oakland University. Additionally, Brett apprenticed with Jeff Daniels’ acclaimed Purple Rose Theatre Company in Chelsea, Michigan. He is a member of AEA, VASTA, ATHE, and The National Alliance of Acting Teachers.

Teaching

Performance