A brief introduction

This is my professional page at Stetson University, where I am Professor of Theatre Arts.  To prepare for teaching theatre, I earned the following degrees:
- BA in Performance: Theatre, Univ. of Alabama at Birmingham, 1982.
- MFA in Theater: Acting/Directing, So. Illinois Univ. at Carbondale, 1984.
- PhD in Theatre, Bowling Green State Univ., Bowling Green, OH, 1994.
I have been teaching at Stetson since 1994, and am also a member of the interdisciplinary Latin American Studies faculty.

Courses I teach

I regularly teach the performance courses at Stetson, including
Principles of Acting, Principles of Directing, Voice and Diction, Advanced Directing, Acting: Mask and Movement, Acting Comedy, Acting Period Style, and Acting for the Camera. I occasionally teach Arts Management, Theatre History, and Junior Seminars such as "Sticking it to the Man: Theater of Protest" and Native American Culture and Performance. Occasionally, I take students on theatre trips, including this one to Miami and Mexico, sponsored through the LAS Hollis Mentored Field Experience: An International Theatre Travelogue

Professional activities

Primarily, I direct live theatre productions off campus during the summer, but I also manage to squeeze in a few acting roles for theatre, film, and television. One of my favorite places to work has been the Huron Playhouse, the longest running summer theatre in Ohio.

Kiss Me Kate, Huron Playhouse 2007, Ken McCoy director.