director, dramaturg, designer, writer, teacher
Logan Schulman is an educator, director, and performance artist. Their visual and performance work investigates modern crises of faith, connectivity, and social welfare through immersive performance rituals questioning violence, spirituality, and environmental collapse. As an educator, their focus lies in Holocaust history, Judeo-American diasporic studies, and socially engaged art practice. Schulman currently serves as a cultural interpreter at the National Museum for American Jewish History, and most recently completed an artist-in-residence program at the Chautauqua Institution's School of Visual Art in Western New York. Schulman received their training from the Stella Adler Studio of Acting in New York, NY and a BA with honors in religion and performance theory from the New College of Florida in Sarasota, FL. Schulman resides in Philadelphia, and serves as the director of the American Immersion Theater’s Philadelphia Company.
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