The people behind The Tourist Trap:
Jason Paul Tate
The Tourist Trap is Florida's premier regional workshop, offering stage combat and stunt training to students and working professionals each year in the month of February. Now in it's tenth year, the workshop is produced by Neutral Chaos; a movement solutions company based out of New York City that provides training and choreographic services. Rob Aronowitz is a former faculty member and a graduate of the University of Central Florida. Tate - as he is known by most - also has ties to Florida as an alum of Florida State University where he was a visiting faculty member. Rob now resides in New York City and Tate in San Diego, CA. Both are Certified Teachers & Fight Directors with the SAFD and work as actors, movement directors, stunt performers and teaching artists.
Emily Asbury is an Advanced Actor Combatant with the SAFD and an Associate Instructor with Neutral Chaos as well as a freelance actor and fight director. She has served the workshop as both Assistant Coordinator and Head Intern. Mike Magliocca is a Certified Teacher with the SAFD, partner at Neutral Chaos and current coordinator of the New York regional workshop "The Summer Sling." John Gardiner is a current faculty member at the University of Central Florida and serves as the Tourist Trap's onsite Coordinator. John teaches in the acting department and has served as a fight captain on Broadway and for nationally touring shows.
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12488 Centaurus Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32816