Movement Direction

Drawing from her experience with teaching Lorca Movement, Marcela’s Movement Direction is always powerful and purposeful. Marcela encourages actors to speak and act from the core, with words and physicality.

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Book and Lyrics by Brian Yorkey
Music by Tom Kitt
Directed by Jack Reuler
Movement Direction by Marcela Lorca
Mixed Blood Theater, MN

Ah, but if you want raw power and passion, fire and fervor, spirit and brio, then MBT has the production for you. – HowWasTheShow.com

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Tales From Hollywood

Tales From Hollywood
By Christopher Hampton
Directed by Ethan McSweeny
Movement Direction by Marcela Lorca
Guthrie Theater, MN

If the rest of the season proves to be as intellect-tickling and toothsome as this first offering…this golden anniversary promises to be a strong one. -Pioneer Press

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Charlie’s Aunt

By Brandon Thomas
Directed by John Miller-Stephany
Movement Direction by Marcela Lorca

Widely regarded as one of the most sensational and entertaining farces of all time, Charley’s Aunt centers on two Oxford undergraduates in search of a chaperone for a proper visit from their girlfriends. Jack and Charley manage to persuade fellow undergraduate Fancourt “Babbs” Babberley to impersonate a millionaire aunt in this hilarious tale of young love and preposterous deception.

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Time Stands Still

By Donald Margulies
Directed by Joe Dowling
Movement Direction by Marcela Lorca
McGuire Proscenium Stage, Guthrie Theater, MN

Every detail, from Walt Spangler’s immaculately designed stage to Marcela Lorca’s impressive movement coaching, is precise, making the play deeply personal and real—more an extension of life than a fictional situation. -Minnesota Monthly

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The Sunshine Boys

By Neil Simon
Directed by Gary Gisselman
Movement Direction by Marcela Lorca
Wurtele Thrust Stage, Guthrie Theater, MN

As a whole, every element of The Sunshine Boys is near perfect: the script is flawless, the casting is spot on, the set is beautiful. Give it time, and, like its lead actors, it will just keep getting better. -Minnesota Monthly

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Hay Fever

By Noël Coward
Directed by Christopher Luscombe
Movement Direction by Marcela Lorca
Guthrie Theater, MN

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