Voice & Movement Instructor
Carlos Saldaña is an actor, teacher, director, and voice coach. Performance credits include productions with The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Cincinnati Playhouse In The Park, Mosaic Theatre Company, Olney Theatre, Atlas Performing Arts Center, Rorschach Theatre, Theatre Alliance, Theatre J, GALA Hispanic Theater, The Hub Theatre, and Constellation Theatre Company among others. Some of his acting credits include Where Words Once Were with The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts & The Lincoln Center; Fabulation with Mosaic Theatre; Mnemonic with Theatre Alliance, Redder Blood with The Hub Theatre, Bad Dog with Olney Theatre; Zorro with Constellation Theatre; After the Revolution with Theatre J; Much Ado About Nothing and As You Like It with Shakespeare Theatre Company; and DC7: The Roberto Clemente Story with GALA Hispanic Theatre. Carlos is also a regular guest artist for the Kennedy Center with showcase workshops in partnership with the National New Play Network, Page 2 Stage Festival, New Visions / New Voices, and more. Carlos is a certified Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework and has also served as a resident artist (acting & directing) for university productions of The Diary of Anne Frank, Macbeth, A Christmas Carol, One Flea Spare, The Glass Menagerie, and Wit. Carlos received his Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from the University of Texas El Paso and his Master of Fine Arts in Acting from California State University-Fullerton.