Michael Barry

Michael Barry

1 employee
2 years in business

About this pro


- Bachelor of Fine and Performing Arts from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (2011)

- Former Manager/Director of Cambridge Historical Tours (2012-2015)

- Former Lead Actor at the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum (2015-2020)

            - Castmember of the Year (2017)

- Co-Founder/Producer for The Misfit Artist Company (2020-present)


- Former Castmember at Deana's Educational Theater (2015-2017)

- Stand-By Performer for Mystery Cafe and Head First Events (2015-present)


After nearly a decade of working as a professional actor in the Boston and Greater Boston areas of Massachusetts, I know a thing or 2 on how to prepare for auditions. I will use my knowledge and experience to teach anyone who is just beginning their acting career how to prepare for upcoming auditions, give tips on what casting directors are looking for, teach up-and-coming performers how to choose the right monologues and songs that best suit each individual actor, and so much more. Every actor is different, and brings something unique and special to the table. And I am willing to take the time to find and bring out what is so unique and special about each actor that comes to my class. I will create a positive, creative, and fun environment that everyone can enjoy!


I love watching performers realize their full potentials. I love watching them break through their fears, preconceived notions, doubts, embarrassments, etc. and realize that their potential is only limited by their own imagination. Getting over those things and letting go was what made me a better performer, and if I teach others how to do that, then I will feel so blessed. 

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Wilmington, MA 01887
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

1.) Get to know each actor individually 

2.) Find out what type of performer they are (funny, dramatic, musical, Shakespeare, etc.)

3.) Find our what their strengths are as a performer 

4.) Find monologues/songs/etc. that best show off their strengths as a performer

5.) Get them to break out of whatever comfort zones they have as a performer, and try new things

6.) Build on their natural strengths, and teach them new techniques to fine-tune their skills

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

- Co-Founder of The Misfit Artist Company

- Director for "Zoom Romeo and Juliet" by The Misfit Artist Company https://m.facebook.com/events/298061501251172?acontext=%7B%22ref%22%3A%2298%22%2C%22action_history%22%3A%22null%22%7D&aref=98

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

$1 per minute/$50 per hour lesson

Lessons offered

Acting Classes Shakespearean Acting Classes Theater Acting Classes