Joie Landeaux has been directing plays and films and teaching acting professionally
in New York for 25 years. She has an MFA Degree from Columbia University
and has trained at the Master's Institute in New York City.
Director - Joie has directed dramatic, documentary, and
industrial films as well as professional theater. In addition to acting
and coaching professionally, Joie has taught acting and directing at Columbia
University, Farleigh Dickenson University and Bergen Community College,
She has directed such plays as One Flew Over the Cuckoos' Nest,
A View from the Bridge, Rebel Without a Cause, Streetcar
Named Desire, and Death of a Salesman.
Acting Coach - Many of Joie's students are currently
appearing on Broadway, in feature films, and on prime-time TV in commercials,
soaps, and sit-coms. From starring roles in Murphy Brown, Law
& Order, Hill Street Blues, Donnie Brasco and Peggy
Sue Got Married, to Broadway leads in Chicago, Les Miserables,
The Producers, and I'm Not Rappaport, Joie's students achieve
top recognition in the industry.