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Marc Edward Waters-Savant Edit Profile

actor , playwright , opera singer

Marc Edward Waters-Savant, American opera singer, actor, playwright. Diplomate voice Akademie Mozarteum. Co-founder Coalition of Women and Men Against Violence, New Brunswick, 1992.

Background

Waters-Savant, Marc Edward was born on May 31, 1966 in Newark. Son of Matthew Theodore II and Malissa Marie (Collins) Waters.

Education

Student, Salzburg (Austria) College, 1987-1989;student, Akademie Mozarteum, Salzburg, 1987.

Career

Lecturer voice private studios, Piscataway, since 1987. President, artistic director Savant Productions Management, United States of America, Piscataway and London, since 1989. Lecturer theatre arts for the disabled Very Special Arts New Jersey, North Brunswick, New Jersey, 1991-1992.

Achievements

  • Diplomate voice Akademie Mozarteum.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Lyricist: (song cycle) Le Voyages de L'Etudiant Pauvre, 1990-1991. Author: (analysis) Handel's Messiah, 1988, Aaron Copland: His America, 1988, (drama) Cross to Bear, 1994, (drama) Jenae, 1995. Director/co-author: Ad-Agio, 1996.

      Actor Five Guys Named Moe, 1996, National Tour, 1997-1998.

Membership

Co-founder Coalition of Women and Men Against Violence, New Brunswick, 1992.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: broadcast journalism, directing, sailing, riding.

Connections

father:
Matthew Theodore II Waters

mother:
Malissa Marie (Collins) Waters