Malcolm Ingram

Associate Professor


820 E. Genesee St.


Diploma, the Central School of Speech and Drama, and the Drama Centre London

Member, Actors' Equity Association and British Actors' Equity Association

Malcolm is a designated Linklater voice teacher, having trained with Kristin Linklater from 1984-1986. He joined the drama department in 1985, teaching voice, classical text, and acting. He has also conducted voice workshops and classes at the National University Theatre Department, the Emerson College Drama Department, and the New York University theater program. Within the drama department Malcolm has directed productions of The Way of the World, The Winter’s Tale, Henry V (all-female cast), Charley’s Aunt, The Maid’s Tragedy, Our Country’s Good, Macbeth, Twelfth Night, Sir Patient Fancy, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Professional acting experience: London

He appeared in the original productions of many plays at the National Theatre, including Julian Mitchell’s Half Life (with Sir John Gielgud); in the West End, including Tom Stoppard’s Dirty Linen and Newfound Land at the Art’s Theatre, Half Life at the Duke of York’s, and Popkiss at the Globe Theatre. Performances at the Royal Court include Christopher Hampton’s Total Eclipse (with Nigel Hawthorne), Edward Bond’s The Fool (with Tom Courtenay), and John Antrobus’s Trixie and Baba. Performances at the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs include The Enoch Show, The Incredible Adventures of Francis Younghusband and Fourth Day Like Four Long Months of Absence for Joint Stock. Other performances include Tom Stoppard’s After Magritte (with Prunella Scales and Stephen Moore) at the Almost Free Theatre; David Rudkin’s The Filth Hunt (With Prunella Scales) at the Open Space, David Edgar’s Tedderella at the Bush Theatre, and Feast of Fools and Skyvers at the Round House.

He has worked with directors William Gaskill, Robert Kidd, Jane Howell, Peter Gill, Peter James, Charles Marowitz, Michael Wearing, Richard Cottrell, and Ed Berman, amongst others.

On TV he starred in the six-part miniseries The Camerons (with Morag Hood, Graham Crowden, and Jack Watson) for BBC Time Life, as well as appearing in many plays for the BBC including Beloved Enemy directed by Alan Clarke, The Story of Ruth (with Connie Booth), Clapprclaw, and Instant Enlightenment. Series and sitcoms include episodes of Dr. Finlay’s Casebook, This Man Craig, Beryls’s Lot, Mr. Nobody, Moving, and Roger Doesn’t Live Here Any More.

He has performed extensively in British regional theater at Glasgow Citizens’, the Lyceum Ediburgh, The Traverse Edinburgh, Birmingham Rep., Sheffield Crucible, Nottingham Playhouse, Newcastle Playhouse, Theatre Royal York, Belgrade Theatre Coventry, The Everyman Cheltenham, The Palace Theatre Watford, Theatre Royal Lincoln, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, Perth Repertory Theatre, and Regal Theatre Derry. He has worked with directors Michael Blakemore, Michael Rudman, Peter James, and Peter Gill.

Professional acting experience: United States

Broadway credits include The Rivals and Match (u/s Frank Langella). Regional theater includes All My Sons, the Actors’ Theatre, Louisville; Rat in the Skull and Hay Fever at the Berkshire Theatre Festival; Someone to Watch Over Me at Stage West; Hamlet at the North Shore Music Theatre; Pinter’s Mirror (three one acts), Blue Orange, Rough Crossing, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Enchanted April, King Lear, Much Ado About Nothing, The Merchant of Venice, Twelfth Night, Henry IV part I, The Taming of the Shrew, Julius Caesar, As You Like It, The Winter’s Tale, Private Eyes, Duet for One, Virginia, and Romeo and Juliet at Shakespeare and Company; Romeo and Juliet at the Virginia Arts Festival; and As You Like It, A Christmas Carol, Death and the King’s Horseman, Romeo and Juliet, Oliver, The Crucible, and My Fair Lady at Syracuse Stage.

Malcolm has also appeared with the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra on four occasions; Shakespeare at the Symphony, The Time Traveler, Romeo and Juliet, and Henry V. He appeared in This Powerful Rhyme, a program of Shakespeare’s sonnets with music by Andrew Waggoner at the Merkin Hall in New York City, the Eastman School in Rochester, and the Red House in Syracuse. He has made many recordings for books and poems on tape, as well as numerous documentary and commercial voice-overs for Envision, Boston; the Lincoln Center, New York City; Slide Factor, Boston; Notion Pictures, Syracuse; Syracuse Stage; Full Cast Audio, Syracuse; Northern Lights Productions, Boston for the Smithsonian Institution; Berkshire Media Artists; the Red House, Syracuse; and Point of Contact Gallery, Syracuse. In 2004 Malcolm recorded sketches for two episodes of Chappelle’s Show for Comedy Central.


Scene Study, Voice/Verse