Gerald B. Browning has taught acting workshops, and served as a private voice/acting coach/dialect coach for over 20 years to actors in many major markets. He has worked with such organizations as the Johnson County (KS) Arts and Humanities Association, Speech and Theatre Association of Missouri, DC’s The Roundhouse Theatre, the Smithsonian, the Missouri Department of Education and the 30th Annual Postgraduate Symposium on Medicine and Religion (a seminar dedicated to his direction of a production of The Shadow Box). Gerald is the former Chair of the Performing Arts Department at the Pembroke Hill School in Kansas City, MO where he spent 14 years working with teens. On-camera and voice over work includes the History Channel’s STOLEN THUNDER and COUNTDOWN TO GROUND ZERO (Emmy nominated production), Houma, LA Tourism (national spots where he also served as co-writer/director), and NIT Colleges (national spot). DC theatre credits include THE LAST DAYS OF THE KILLONE PLAYERS & ALONE IT STANDS – Helen Hayes Nominee, Outstanding Ensemble (Keegan Theatre), WHOLE AGAINST THE SKY (Kennedy Center Page to Stage Festival/Trumpet Vine Theatre), THE OAK (Smithsonian), and AS AMERICAN AS (Journeymen Theatre). Seattle credits include CORIOLANUS (Seattle Shakespeare Company) AMADEUS, NATURAL SELECTION, DINNER WITH FRIENDS (SecondStory Repertory), THE BEAMS ARE CREAKING and SOMETHING’S AFOOT (Taproot Theatre Company). Favorite regional theatre credits include SYLVIA (Seaside Repertory Theatre, FL), COMPLETE HISTORY OF AMERICA: ABRIDGED (Wayside Theatre, VA), THE LIAR, AS YOU LIKE IT & ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (Theatre at Monmouth, ME), JOE EGG, BURIED CHILD & TALLEY AND SON (New Directions Theatre, Kansas City). He holds an M.A. in Theatre Studies (directing) from Chicago’s Roosevelt University.