Full Name
Frances Mulinix
Speaker Bio
Frankie Mulinix is a burlesque and butoh-based performance artist, emcee, producer, dramaturge, choreographer, director, intimacy choreographer, and teacher dedicated to supporting the development of creative communities, creative culture, and creative careers in Atlanta. As Vibrance: Centre for Voice and Movement, she works with actors and non-actors to develop skills in presence, voice, movement, and performance. Her specialties include working with transgender and non-binary clients, and teaching resilience and performance in high-pressure environments. Her theatre company, Burning Bones Physical Theatre is dedicated to engaging the community and expanding the possibilities of live performance in daring and imaginative ways.

Frankie holds a BFA in Physical Theatre through Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, with a focus on writing, dramaturgy, directing, and multidisciplinary performance, and a Master’s in Occupational Therapy from the University of Queensland, specializing in LGBTIQ+ occupational justice, mental health, chronic pain and neurology. Frankie is Certified Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework®, and holds an Associate Performer Diploma (ATCL) with Trinity College, London. She is trained in Reiki, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), Organic Intelligence, Knight Thompson Speechwork, and TIE’s Intimacy Choreography practices. She is a member of the Voice and Speech Trainer's
Association (VASTA)
Frances Mulinix

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