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Areas of Expertise

Acting, Singing


Courtroom Persuasion Drama


Adena Brumer is an Adjunct Professor at Emory University School of Law teaching Courtroom Persuasion Drama where students learn vocal, physical, and storytelling techniques to generate interest, maintain focus, and motivate jurors.

Brumer has taught acting and movement skills to all ages of students. As an ongoing student herself, she brings the experience of many different techniques in order to meet each student where they are. She has worked with various educational groups including the Alliance Theatre, Grady High School, DeKalb School of the Performing Arts, Jones Day, and Clinical Skills, USA. As Chair of the Atlanta Muriel Moore/Danny Nelson SAG-AFTRA Conservatory, she also coordinates educational events twice a month for the local SAG-AFTRA membership.

Her professional acting career includes performing on stage, in film, television, radio, corporate training programs, and podcasts. She is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA.