Malachi continues to pursue his commitment to train young actors Alongside his professional practice .

Malachi has worked extensively as a professional artist and guest lecturer across the University and Conservatoire sectors in the USA, UK, Australia and Europe. Malachi has taught master classes and directed student productions at the University of Southern Florida, University of Nothumbria, University of Sassari (Italy), University of Western Australia, University of Birmingham, Teesside University, Central St Martins, Birmingham School of Speech and Drama, Newcastle College, The Bridge Theatre School,  Scuola Kiklos Teatro (Italy), Ente Nazionale ACLI Istruzione Professionale (Italy) and G4 in Gorizia.

In 2001 he was instrumental in founding the ‘Scuola Kiklos’ working alongside Kiklos Teatro providing vocational training in professional theatre practice using Le Coq based theatre methodologies. In 2003 the school won the PREMIO GEMINIO D’ORO - Best Show at the Roma Teatro National Festival of Italian Theatre Schools in Rome.

In 2005 he was appointed as Visiting Professor in Theatre at Northumbria University for three years where he worked to support the development of professional practice and employability with undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as supporting staff research. Malachi continues to lead specialist professional development workshops and summer schools in Commedia dell’Arte (using his own collection of leather masks) for professional actors in both Italy and the UK where he believes he has established a significant reputation for practice based innovation and contemporary interpretation of the classical cannon.

Following in Sam Mendes footsteps In 2010 Malachi was appointed Director in Residence as part of the prestigious BRIT PROGRAMME at the University of Southern Florida where the school of Theatre and Dance  annually appoints a ‘leading theatre artists and scholars who bring an innovative approach to the classic repertoire’. To mark the programme’s 20th Anniversary, Malachi directed a production of the The Shaughraun by Dion Boucicault working alongside scholars and researchers from USF Libraries’ Dion Boucicault Theatre Collection in the development of this interpretation.

In 2010 he developed and continues to teach and assess the M-Level accredited Acting for Green Screen Course at Teesside University. Using the University’s industry standard High-Definition sound stage (the only one of its kind available to actors in the north of England) the course helps develop skills in Green Screen performance as well as increasing actor employability and offering a postgraduate qualification.

Malachi is also currently a project consultant for the Stage Management BA course at Birmingham School of Acting.