Cesarano, Michael

CesaranoTelephone: 718-281-5371

Email: MCesarano@qcc.cuny.edu

Office: H-125


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Memory Bank, Mike's old band

Biography:Mike has been a member of the CUNY (City University of NY) Theatre faculty since 1993, teaching various courses in Performance and Media. An experienced theatre practitioner, Mike has worked as actor, director, stage manager and sound designer. He studied acting with F. Murray Abraham while earning his MFA from Brooklyn College. Mike sits on the board of various arts organizations including the Long Island Music Hall of Fame, the Greater Westbury Arts Council and the Gilbert and Sullivan Yiddish Light Opera Company. He is a noted scholar of baseball uniform history; he contributed a regular segment on this subject for two years to the show Baseball Digest Live. He continues to seek out work as an actor, not only to continue to grow as an artist but as a means to inform his teaching work.

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Cesarano Theatre Experience (PDF)

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