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I believe there is no better environment in which to teach while entertaining than theater and music. It is what I have devoted my life to. I use my talents and craft as an artist (actress, musician, songwriter/singer, puppeteer, storyteller) to inspire people. I believe that teaching an art form and using it to enhance literacy skills or helping out with social problems can do a lot for a community. I came to NYC five years ago with degrees in an acting and theater in education. Soon after, I started engaging and teaching youth through theater and music, working for several different educational theater companies in NYC. I love what I do because I believe in the power of theater and music to reach a community and engage it in learning from another perspective. I would like to share my love and passion for theater, music, and learning with the Westchester community where I now reside. I have experience teaching students from all ages, from babies, toddlers, Pre-K, K, elementary, middle school, high school, to adults and senior citizens. I am bilingual (English/Spanish) and have the skills to adapt and change when needed.
Flor Bromley is a bilingual actress, singer/songwriter, storyteller and puppeteer. In her native Peru, she graduated from La Escuela de Teatro de la Universidad Catolica. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre Education from The Catholic University of Peru, a certificate of Professional Acting from the Drama School at the Catholic University of Peru, a Music Therapy certification from UNIFE, and a Musical Theatre Degree from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NY. She performs her musical/storytelling shows and concerts all around NYC. She is a member of the International Network of Storytellers (Red Internacional de Cuentacuentos). She is also a member of the theater companies: Teatro SEA, New York City Children's Theatre Company, and Realize Your Beauty. Favorite roles include: Pitti Sing (The Mikado, Amore Opera), Frida Kahlo (Frida, NYC Children's Theatre Company), Otavio (La Fuerza de la Costumbre, Repertorio Español), Martina (La Cucarachita Martina, Teatro SEA), Beba (La Noche de los Asesinos, Raíces Theatre Company). TV: “Necesito una amiga” (Univision) and “Law and Order” (NBC Universal). Her new children's bilingual album was released in 2015. Her artistic qualifications involve acting, singing, storytelling, puppetry, song writing, playing guitar, playwriting, and some trapeze and contemporary dance training.
Teaching Artist Experience
Currently a teaching artist for the Creative Arts Team of the City University of New York (middle school); students include English as a Second Language (ESL), youth-at-risk, and English Language Learners (ELL) students; program emphasizes using drama to improve literacy skills in New York City schools. Also a teaching artist for The New York City Children's Theater (formally known as Making Books Sing), K-5 ESL, ELL, bilingual (English/Spanish) and Special Education students; use applied theater techniques to reinforce student literacy skills through theater and songwriting activities; at the end of the residency, students create their own theater piece based on a book previously selected. Other work experience in the field includes: Bilingual Birdies (a foreign language program through live music for early childhood), Inside Broadway, Wingspan Arts (songwriting and theater), Plays for Living (a diversity theater devised program), Children’s Museum of Arts (an early childhood multidisciplinary, multisensory experience program that develops motor skills and self expression through the arts), and the Peruvian Ministry of Education (storytelling residencies to promote literacy in population below poverty line). ArtsWestchester teaching artist residencies include Eugenio Maria de Hostos Microsociety School, Martin Luther King, Jr. Academy and Museum School 25 in Yonkers, Graham Elementary School in Mt. Vernon, and Clear View School in Briarcliff Manor.