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Dev Luthra

(He, Him, His) trained at East 15 Acting School, London, England and at Shakespeare and Company in Lenox, MA.  Acting credits include Sorin/Seagull at Arlekin Players; Antigonus, Old Shepherd, Bottom/The Winter’s Tale and Midsummer Night’s Dream at Bay Colony Shakespeare Company, Father/Brilliant Adventures and Azdak/Caucasian Chalk Circle (Apollinaire Theatre Company), Mr. Biedermann/Firebugs (Huellas Vivas), Orsino/Twelfth Night (Sun Valley Shakespeare Festival) Northumberland/Henry IV, parts 1 & 2 (Actors Shakespeare Project), M. le Comte/N. Bonaparte (Pilgrim Theatre), Leonato/Much Ado About Nothing (Public Theatre) Worcester/1 Henry IV (Palace Theatre).  Dev has taught at Wheelock Family Theatre for 7 years. His courses include Shakespeare/Stage combat, Actors Toolbox, and Page to Stage, among others. Dev also offers residences at schools throughout the area. He has taught acting and movement at Boston College and Emerson College and currently at Boston University’s Prison Education Program. Dev serves as the Artistic Director of And Still We Rise Productions, a theatre company committed to the advocacy of the rights of people impacted by the prison system. He is a contributing author to The Heart and Soul of Psychotherapy, S. Linden, ed. Macbeth’s Children, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s play, co-written with Michael Bettencourt, won an AATE New Play award. Dev also works as a presentation skills and presence coach in the corporate sector. Of Anglo-Indian parentage, he has lived and worked in the Northeast since 1978.