ACTOR | COMBATANT
Victor Ventricelli is an actor and fight choreographer. Born in Redding Connecticut, Victor was constantly surrounded by the theater and live performance of his small town. His inspiration to get into the world of theater was his older brother Joe, film, television, and video games. All of which made him eager to be a part of the theatrical world.
In the summer of 2013 Victor moved up to Boston with his parents. During his time there he has worked as a YMCA camp counselor. As a result of his background in the arts, Victor would frequently integrate games and concepts from his theatrical experiences into the camp day for the campers. In 2016 Victor graduated from Boston Arts Academy majoring in classical singing. While there he was part of numerous ensembles including the BAA Spiritual Ensemble, which were the overall winners of WGBH’s Sing That Thing season one.
Victor graduated from The Boston Conservatory at Berklee in 2020. There he sharpened his skills as an actor and theatrical creator. As a Contemporary Theater major he learned a wide variety of skills including but not limited to: fight choreography, directing, writing, set and lighting design, site specific performance, marketing, and contact improv. Through his studies he has worked with some of the most acclaimed names working in the Boston theater scene.
Inspired by the need for social distancing in the face of the COVID19 pandemic, an innovative new program was created by Victor Ventricelli to train actor combatants without the need for a scene partner. Stage combat professors around the nation assigned this project to their students.
This is PROJECT: Spectre