Kelley Schoger is Assistant Professor of Acting & Stage Movement in the graduate and undergraduate theatre programs at The University of Alabama. She is an actor, movement specialist and nationally certified teacher of the Alexander Technique. She performed professionally in New York City for ten years (including MCC Theater, La Mama E.T.C., Theatre for the New City, Mabou Mines). As a movement specialist, she has coached and created ensemble movement sequences at UA, Arena Stage in DC, various theatres on the east coast, and with London physical theatre company, Complicite, through their artist education program. Recently, Kelley wrote, choreographed and performed a short movement piece, Her Destined Port, at La Mama Experimental Theatre Club in New York City. In December 2018, she will present her new solo show at an interdisciplinary arts conference in Austria. She has led workshops in Alexander Technique and acting throughout the country, and is a member of The American Society for the Alexander Technique (AmSAT), Southeastern Theatre Conference and Association of Theatre Movement Educators. MFA in Theatre/Movement Pedagogy from Virginia Commonwealth University.