Casey McClellan is an Acting, Movement, and Voice & Speech teacher at the Ted Bardy Studio. He is also Associate Director of the Ted Bardy Studio’s Young Performers Acting Program. In addition, he teaches Acting, Movement, and is also the Head of the Voice and Speech department, at the famed Professional Performing Arts School in New York City. Casey has also taught Acting and Voice at Ohio University. His students are currently working on and off Broadway, in television and film, and many have signed with top agencies and managers in New York. Casey was awarded the Excellence in Performance Award from FringeNYC in 2011 for playing the title role in “Hello, My Name is Billy”. Casey McClellan also won “Best Director” at the FringeNYC in 2012. Casey holds an MFA in Acting from the Professional Actor Training Program at Ohio University. He has studied with Anne Bogart and the SITI Company.