Chekhov Technique with Bethany Caputo

Bethany Caputo reflects on the powerful tool of Zoom when it comes to picking up an actor’s simple inner life.

Bethany Caputo has taught for the Michael Chekhov School of Acting, the Michael Chekhov Acting Studio NYC, MICHA, the Shanghai Theatre Academy, Zurich University of the Arts, Victoria College of the Arts, the National Institute of Dramatic Arts in Sydney, as well as several universities in the NYC area.

Ms. Caputo’s credits include The Tempest at Pittsburgh Public Theatre, All My Sons with Alec Baldwin and Laurie Metcalf, the premiere of Shakespeare in Hollywood at Arena Stage, The Merchant of Venice at Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, The Stronger at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, The Underpants at Actors Theatre of Louisville, Arcadia at the Court Theatre, among others. Bethany’s television and film credits include “Who Framed Tommy Callahan,” “Law and Order SVU,” “FBI,” and “Marvel’s Jessica Jones.” Bethany has worked with The Actors’ Ensemble to adapt, develop, and produce Henry James’ novel W