Visiting Assistant Professor -Acting and Directing
M.F.A. Directing, Indiana University, 2004
Post Graduate Degree, London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art
B.F.A. Drama, New York University
Noah Tuleja comes to Indiana University from the St. George’s School, where he was the Chair of the Department of Theatre, Speech and Dance. Prior to St. George’s, Noah taught at Dickinson College, Northeastern University and was the Head of Graduate Performance Programs at the University of Montana, among others. He earned his MFA in Directing from Indiana University, and also holds a Post-Graduate Degree from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and a BFA in Drama from New York University. Noah has maintained a career as a professional actor, director and fight choreographer working with the Bread and Puppet Theatre, Theatre Royal Plymouth, CBS Television, Long Wharf Theatre, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Trinity Repertory Company, Actor’s Shakespeare Project and the Montana Repertory Theatre. He is also the Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Trembling Stage (tremblingstage.org), which he started with fellow IU graduate, Jonathan Yukich.