Vincent's InfoHey there, I’m Vincent Migliore! I’m an actor, instructor, director, and host based out of Atlanta, GA. I perform with the Main Stage cast of the Village Theatre and teach the Grad Level classes of improv at the Village Theatre. I’m also currently an Associate Artistic Director for our apprentice house team, Danger, under the Artistic Direction of Ryan Archibald.
I’ve also been one of the producers every year for the Atlanta Improv Festival since it started back in 2015. I help coordinate out of town teams and make them feel welcome to our city and focus on internal communication to the theatre company and Atlanta community during the festival weekend.
As a coach, I specialize in helping teams develop their formats/style while giving individual attention to the goals of each actor. I’d describe my style as enthusiastic, supportive, and detail oriented.
Since 2012, I’ve been a member of the Village Theatre main stage cast where I regularly perform both short and long form improv and host shows of all types. My two person team Rufio (along with Cassidy Russell) is one of my favorite things to do in life. We love to travel with our show and maintain a blog about improv at rufioimprov.com.
I also love beer, baseball, and have two boston terrier, a little baby boy, a loving wife, and a Playstation 4.
Currently Teaching at: The Village Theatre
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"Vincent did an excellent job of correcting you or guiding you toward the correct way without making you feel bad about what you were doing. Awesome experience!" - Stacey Nicely
"The whole class was amazing. Vince was a great teacher who was supportive, listened, and was able to deliver the message without seeming to try. He had great advice and everyone on the team loved him. I wasn't sure what really to expect but I definitely wasn't expecting to have such a great time, meet people I will most likely keep in touch with for life, and feel so confident going into a live show in front of others. " - Trevor Lutes