Brett Radke (he/him) is an actor and educator based in New York City. Select NYC acting credits include The Comedy of Errors (Classic StageCompany), A Dollzes House (Signature), and Everyday Afroplay (The Bushwick Starr). Other credits include Armature (Cleveland Public Theatre), The Pitmen Painters (The Beck Center for the Arts), and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (Performance Network). Radke has performed internationally in Greece and Ukraine, and apprenticed with Jeff Daniels’ acclaimed Purple Rose Theatre Company in Chelsea, Michigan. In addition to Marymount Manhattan College, Radke is currently on faculty at Fordham University and The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts where he teaches Voice and Speech. Radke is a Certified Teacher in The Michael Chekhov Technique through The Great Lakes Michael Chekhov Consortium and is on the path to becoming a Designated Linklater Teacher. He received his B.A. in Theatre Performance from Oakland University and his M.F.A.in Acting from Columbia University. He is a member of AEA, VASTA, ATHE, and The National Alliance of Acting Teachers.
Voice & Speech Coach