David Radamés Toro David Radamés Toro continues his studies in opera directing at the University of Texas, combining his experiences as a pedagogue, singer and physical/movement actor. After completing a degree in voice performance from The University of Colorado, Mr. Toro attended the Ohio State University, where he completed studies in Vocal Pedagogy, Voice Performance and stage movement–studying under students of Sanford Meisner, Anne Bogart, and Marcel Marceau. He worked as an assistant director and guest stage director for The Ohio State University as well as a guest director for Evolution Theatre in Columbus, Ohio. His past Columbus credits also include work as resident music director with Worthington Community Theatre and guest music director for The Ohio State University’s Department of Theatre. Mr. Toro has had the privilege to teach stage movement and physical theatre with Druid City Opera, direct opera scenes for Emerald City Opera, and arrange and direct music for the University of Texas Department of Theatre. Aside from directing scenes and assistant directing for the Butler School of Music, Mr. Toro has co-founded a physical theatre troupe with Steven Wilson of the UT Department of Theatre, with a focus on training Viewpoints and stage composition to young and upcoming stage performers. His most recent productions include David Hanlon’s Past the Checkpoints and the Austin Critic’s table nominated production of Phillip Glass’s Les enfants terribles.