“You should make yourself so happy, that by looking at you, other people become happy.”
Mara Radulovic is an actress and Founder of Super Space. In 2016/17, she was Acting Faculty, BFA in Contemporary Theater at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee. Mara is a performer and educator teaching Acting On-Camera at CP Casting, Co-facilitator of Open Project, Chekhov Playgroup Facilitator, as well as publishing her Super Space blog weekly.
Radulovic has performed throughout the United States and Europe in venues ranging from Lincoln Center in New York City to New Repertory Theatre in Massachusetts to the Yugoslav Drama Theatre in Serbia. She has performed on Italian, and Yugoslavian television and in American independent films. She has previously taught at DePaul University and Columbia College in Chicago, and Emerson College, MIT and Brandeis in Boston, where she was the recipient of a faculty research grant. She has had residencies at La Mama (NYC), Cave Arts (Brooklyn, NY), and Movement Research (NYC). She is the co-founder of the Michael Chekhov Actors Studio Boston, and has taught her Super Space project as far away as Japan.
She holds an MFA in Acting from Brandeis University, a BFA from the Belgrade Academy of Dramatic Arts, and teaching certifications in Michael Chekhov Technique and Yoga. Radulovic is a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association. Mara loves her family, friends, acting, yoga, style, nature, sunlight, color, play and laughter.
Mara lives in Boston with her husband, two sons and her dog Toulouse.