About Alex Kipp, Lead MUSE Pedagogue
For the last eighteen years, I have straddled the worlds of Theater and Government, using my performance skills to make captivating speeches out of dry (but important) subject matter. Additionally, I have taught theater, public speaking, and improv across the nation and internationally.
My theatrical approach to public speaking makes our sessions at MUSE both rigorous and fun, with an eye for cultivating your unique style. My experience in hundreds of non-theater, formal, high-stakes environments will help you craft your personal style into something that is engaging and appropriate to the business environment you serve. You will learn a set of tools you can use for the rest of your life.
I have over twenty years of public speaking experience in a vast portfolio: the International Development Law Organization in Cairo, the UN, New York Law School, the Council on Governmental Ethics Laws, Frito-Lay, the Asian American Bar Association of New York City, the Practising Law Institute, and almost every agency of New York City Government. I have taught public speaking, improvisation, theater, and acting at Wharton, the University of Kansas, Hunter College, ComedySportz, the Hua Mao Multicultural Academy in China, HB Studios, Inwood House, and for multiple theater companies.