ANTONIO OCAMPO-GUZMAN returns to New Repertory Theatre after directing Masterclass, ‘Art’, and Frankie & Johnnie in the Clair de Lune. Most recently he staged L’Elisir d’amore for Boston Midsummer Opera, where he has also directed Il Campanello, L’amico Fritz, The Bartered Bride, and The Merry Wives of Windsor. As an actor, he trained with Teatro Libre in his native Bogotá, Colombia, and with Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, Massachusetts. He received an MFA in Directing, as well as a Graduate Diploma in Voice, from York University, Toronto and has directed over 50 productions in several countries. In the Boston area, he has worked with New Repertory Theatre, Actors’ Shakespeare Project, The Nora Theatre, among others. He is a Designated Linklater Master Voice Teacher and is the author of La Liberación de la Voz Natural: El Método Linklater (UNAM, 2010). Next summer, Antonio will direct Il Barbiere di Siviglia for Boston Midsummer Opera. He is an Associate Professor of Theatre at Northeastern University, where he teaches all levels of acting, improv, and voice, and resides in Jamaica Plain.