DANIEL LAROCQUE 932 Park Lane Rd. Auburn, AL 36830 email@example.com
PRESENT POSITION: Professor of Theatre; Auburn University, Alabama
1981: Master of Fine Arts (Drama); Professional Actor Training Program, University of Washington, Seattle. 1978: Bachelor of Arts (Theatre); Moorhead State University, Moorhead, MN.
MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
1991: Southeastern Theatre Conference. 1991: Alabama Conference of Theatre. 1987: American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. 1984: Screen Actors Guild. 1981: Actors Equity Association.
ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
2013-Present: Professor of Theatre (Acting, Voice, & Movement); Auburn University 2011-2013: Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, College of Liberal Arts; Auburn University. 2005-2011: Chair, Head of Theatre Performance, & Artistic Director; Auburn University Theatre. 2001-2005: Professor of Theatre and Head of Theatre Performance, Auburn University Theatre. 1994-2001: Associate Professor of Theatre and Co-Director of Auburn University B.F.A. Performance Program. 1990-1994: Assistant Professor of Theatre and Assistant Director of Actor Training; Auburn University. 1987-1989: Visiting Instructor of Theatre; University of The South. 1990: Adjunct Professor of Voice and Speech; College of New Rochelle; Bronx Campus; New York, NY. 1989: Guest Artist/Teacher in Theatre; Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Indiana, PA. 1988: Adjunct Professor of Speech; Iona College; New Rochelle, NY. 1988: Guest Artist/Teacher in Theatre; Moorhead State University; Moorhead, MN. 1981: Graduate Teaching Assistant in Theatre; University of Washington; Seattle, WA.
Regional, National and International Performances and Productions.
2000: WEST COAST ENSEMBLE THEATRE, Los Angeles, CA (Playwright). West coast premiere of Man, Woman, Flower (one-act play). 1999: DOWN HOME PRODUCTIONS, Los Angeles, CA. (Actor). Feature film performance in Above Suspicion, with Annabella Sciorra, Scott Bakula, and Ed Asner. 1998: HAROLD CLURMAN THEATRE, New York, NY (Playwright). Off-Off Broadway production of Man, Woman, Flower, a finalist at the Love Creek Annual National One-Act Play Festival in New York City. 1994: ALABAMA SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL, Montgomery, AL (Actor). Henry V by William Shakespeare. Kent Thompson Artistic Director. 1991: THE GUIDING LIGHT, CBS Television, New York, NY (Actor). Roy Steinberg, Producer. 1990: WHOLE THEATRE, New Brunswick, NJ (Actor). Dancing WithMiracles by Gerald Fierst. Olympia Dukakis, Artistic Director. 1989: THEATRE BY THE GROVE, Indiana, PA (Actor). Amadeus by Peter Shaffer, Broadway Bound by Neil Simon, The Musical Comedy Murders Of 1940 by John Bishop. Ed Simpson, Artistic Director. 1987-89: UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH, Sewanee, TN (Equity Guest Artist/Teacher). MacBeth by William Shakespeare, Evita by Andrew Lloyd Wright and Tim Weber, and A Doll’s House by Henrick Ibsen. Peter Smith, Producer. 1987-90: ALL MY CHILDREN ABC Television, New York, NY (Actor). Jean Rohn, Casting Director. 1985-87: NORTH CAROLINA SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL, High Point, NC (Actor). Scapino! by Frank Dunlop and Jim Dale, Amadeus by Peter Shaffer, Our Town by Thornton Wilder, A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Taming Of The Shrew, Richard III,Midsummer Night’s Dream, Romeo and Juliet, and Richard II by William Shakespeare. Malcolm Morrison, Artistic Director. 1984-85: VIRGINIA MUSEUM THEATRE, Richmond, VA (Actor). The Mistress of The Inn by Carlo Goldoni and Cloud 9 by Caryl Churchill. Tom Markus, Artistic Director. 1983: STEPHEN JOSEPH THEATRE IN THE ROUND, Scarborough, England (Actor). Close Ties by Elizabeth Diggs. Alan Ayckbourn, Artistic Director. 1981-84: ALLEY THEATRE, Houston, TX (Actor). Cyrano De Bergerac by Edmond Rostand, The Red Bluegrass Western Flyer Show by Conn Fleming, The Elephant Man by Bernard Pomerance, TheWall by John Hersey, The Unexpected Guest by Agatha Christie, Close Ties by Elizabeth Diggs, The Rivals by W.B. Sheridan, The Visit by Frederick Durrenmat, The Dining Room by A.R. Gurney, Jr. Cloud 9 by Caryl Churchill, True West by Sam Shepard, Angels Fall by Lanford Wilson and What The Butler Saw by Joe Orton. Pat Brown, Artistic Director. 1981: NATIONAL SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL at THE OLD GLOBE THEATRE, San Diego, CA (Actor). William Shakespeare's Measure For Measure (with Tovah Feldshuh), Much Ado About Nothing (with John Glover), and King Lear (with David Ogden Stiers). Jack O’Brien, Artistic Director. 1980: UTAH SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL, Cedar City, UT (Actor). MacBeth, Measure For Measure, Comedy Of Errors by William Shakespeare. Tom Markus, Leslie Reidel and Jay Stephens, Directors. 1979: ILLINOIS SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL, Bloomington, IL (Actor). Henry IV, Part 1, Hamlet, Taming Of The Shrew by William Shakespeare. Michael Maggio, Michael Berkson, Jean Scharfenberg, Directors.
Local Performances and Productions. 2020: Bring It On by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Tom Kitt, Amanda Green & Jeff Whitty (Director) Auburn University Theatre 2018: The Last Night of Ballyhoo by Alfred Uhry. (Director). Auburn University Theatre 2016: The Foreigner by Larry Shue. (Director). Auburn University Theatre 2014: Nunsense by Dan Goggin. (Director). Auburn University Black Box Theatre 2013: Harvey by Mary Chase. (Equity Guest Artist). Auburn University Theatre 2012: An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge (Actor), The Green Door & A Service of Love (Director and Adaptor) Auburn University Radio Flyer Theatre. 2010: The Fantasticks by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt. (Director). Auburn University Theatre Upstairs, The Little Match Girl, The Elves and The Shoemaker, The Emperor’s New Clothes & The Steadfast Tin Soldier (Director and Adaptor). Auburn University Radio Flyer Theatre. 2009: The Gift of the Magi & The Last Leaf (Director and Adaptor). Auburn University Radio Flyer Theatre, Into The Woods (Director) Auburn University Theatre. 2008: Little Shop of Horrors by Howard Ashman and Alan Menken. (Director). Auburn University Theatre 2006: Eleemosynary by Lee Blessing. (Director). Auburn University Theatre Upstairs, Speak Truth to Power (Equity Guest Artist) Auburn University Theatre 2005: Lonely Planet by Steven Dietz. (faculty directing mentor). Auburn University Theatre Upstairs, The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare. (Director) Auburn University Theatre 2004: Proof by David Auburn. (Equity Guest Artist). Auburn University Summer Stage, Anton In Show Business by Jane Martin. (Director). Auburn University Theatre Upstairs. 2002: Our Town by Thornton Wilder. (Equity Guest Artist). Auburn University Theatre, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged by Jess Borgeson, Adam Long and Daniel Singer. (Director). Auburn University Summer Stage, Our Country’s Good by Timberlake Wertenbaker. (Director). Auburn University Theatre, Man Woman Flower (Playwright). AppleBell Productions, Auburn, AL, Grease by Warren Jacobs and Jim Casey. (Equity Guest Artist). Auburn University Theatre. 2001: Cloud 9 by Caryl Churchill. (Director). A. U. Theatre Upstairs, Lend Me A Tenor by Ken Ludwig. (Director). Auburn University SummerStage. 2000: Taming of The Shrew by William Shakespeare (Director), Arcadia by Tom Stoppard. (Director). Auburn University Theatre; On The Verge by Eric Overmeyer. (Co-Director). Auburn University Theatre Upstairs. 1999: A Raisin In The Sun by Lorraine Hansberry. (Director). Auburn University Theatre. 1998: The Snow Goose by Paul Gallico. (Director/Adapter). Auburn University Theatre Upstairs, Crimes Of The Heart by Beth Henley. (Director). Auburn University Theatre, Parallel Lives by Kathy Najimy and Mo Gaffney. (Director). Auburn University Theatre. 1997: The Last Leaf by O. Henry. (Director/Adapter). Auburn University Theatre Upstairs, The Real Inspector Hound by Tom Stoppard. (Director). Auburn University Theatre. 1996: Medea by Christopher Durang and Wendy Wasserstein. (Director). Auburn University Theatre Upstairs, All The Way Home by Tad Mosel. (Director). Auburn University Theatre, Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward. (Actor/Equity Guest Artist). Auburn University Theatre, Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare. (Director). Auburn University Theatre. 1995: A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. (Director/Adapter). Auburn University Theatre Upstairs, Raney by John Justice. (Director). Auburn University Theatre, Betrayal by Harold Pinter. (Actor/Equity Guest Artist). Auburn University Theatre. 1994: The Gift Of The Magi by O.Henry (Director/Adapter). Auburn University Theatre Upstairs, Murder On The Nile by Agatha Christie (Director). Auburn University Theatre, True West by Sam Shepard. (Director). Auburn University Theatre. 1993: The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams (Director). Auburn University Theatre, Who Am I This Time? by Kurt Vonnegut (Director/Adapter). Auburn University Theatre Upstairs, Romeo And Juliet by William Shakespeare (Director). Auburn University Theatre. 1992: The Polar Express by Chris Van Allberg (Director/Adapter). Auburn University Theatre Upstairs, The Musical Comedy Murders Of 1940 by John Bishop (Director). Auburn University Theatre, Ah, Wilderness! by Eugene O’Neill (Director). Auburn University Theatre. 1991: A Child’s Christmas in Wales by Dylan Thomas (Director/Adapter). Auburn University Theatre Upstairs, Lone Star/Laundry And Bourbon by James McLure (Director). Auburn University Theatre, The Dining Room by A.R. Gurney, Jr (Director). Auburn University Theatre Upstairs. 1988: The Good Doctor by Neil Simon (Director). Brooklyn Friends School; New York, NY.
2002: Man Woman Flower published by Playscripts, Inc. New York, NY. 2003: Man Woman Flower (anthology-- excerpt reprint)--Smith & Kraus, New York, NY
NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL AMATEUR PRODUCTIONS OF MAN WOMAN FLOWER (one-act play)
Poteau High School, Poteau, OK; Nov. 9, 2019 Badger High School, Lake Geneva, WI; Feb.7-9 2019 Skyline High School—Front Royal, VA; Oct 19-20, 2018 Mt. Vernon High School, Alexandria, VA; January 22, 2018 Nicolet High School, Glendale, WI; October 21, 2017 Delavan Darien High School, Delavan, WI; March 26-27, 2017 Portland High School, Portland, ME; March 10-17, 2017 Doherty High School Theatre, Monument, CO; February 3, 2017 Davis High Little Theatre, Kaysville, UT; January 26-28, 2017 Bolton Theatre, Belton TX; May 18-19, 2016 David Douglas HS, Portland, OR; May 11-14, 2016 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy NY;August 27, 2015 Linn-Mar High School, Marion, Iowa; January 24,2015 Jordan High School-- Jordan, MN; January 23-25, 2015 Ukiah High School-- Willets, CA; January 15-30, 2015 Seneca Valley High School-- Frederick, MD; January 10, 2015 Sheep on a Mission Theatre Company-- Winnepeg Fringe Festival, Winnepeg, MB, Canada; July 17-26, 2014 Lubbock Cooper High School-- Lubbock, TX; Dec 13, 2013 Boyertown High School—Boyertown, PA; May 3-4, 2013 St. Mary’s School—Norwell, MA; March 2, 2013 South County High School—Lorton, VA; Jan 24, 2013 Stage Left Theatre Company—Salida, CO; June 23-24, 2012 Williamsville South High School—Williamsville, NY; May 2012 Palo Verde High School—Tucson, AZ; May 3, 2012 Salem High School—Salem, IN; Feb 10, 2012 DeLand High School—DeLand, FL; Feb 3, 2012 Cedar Ridge High School—Washington, NC; Oct 28, 2011 Tualitin High School—Tualitin, OR; May 11-21, 2011 Thespian Troupe 2—Fairmont, WV; Apr 29-30 2011 Forest Hills Lutheran School-- Portland, OR; Feb 17, 2011 Landstown High School-- Virginia Beach, VA; Jan 14, 2011 Barrington Recreational Theatre-- Barrington, RI; Dec 10, 2010 Bellevue West High School-- Bellevue, NE; Nov 3-6,2010 White Knoll High School-- Lexington, SC; Nov 4-12, 2010 STARS-- Tucson, AZ; April 27-May 4, 2010 Century High School-- Pocatello, ID; Apr 24, 2010 Perth And District Collegiate Institute-- Kingston, ON, Canada; Mar 22-27, 2010 Tumwater High School-- Tumwater, WA; Mar 23-25, 2010 St. James High School-- St. James, MN; Feb 13, 2010 Southern State Community College-- Hillsboro, OH; Jun 2, 2010 Black Rose Theatre--Brandon, MS; Jul 31-Aug 2, 2009 American School Of Dubai-- Dubai, United Arab Emirates; May 14, 2009 Westerville North Auditorium-- Westerville, OH-- Apr 30-May 2, 2009 Murdock Middle High School-- Winchendon, MA; Apr 6, 2009 Pattonville High School-- Maryland Heights, MO; Apr 23-24, 2009 West Waterloo High School-- Waterloo, IA; Feb 7, 2009 West Waterloo High School-- Waterloo, IA; Jan 24, 2009 Sky Vista Middle School-- Aurora, CO; May 1, 2009 Forest Heights Collegiate Institute-- Kitchener, ON, Canada; Feb 27-28, 2009 Yorkton Regional High Drama Club-- Yorkton, SK, Canada; Mar 24-Apr 1, 2009 Agua Fria UHSD Warehouse-- Avondale, AZ; Nov 19-21, 2008 Sierra Public Schools Warehouse-- Sierra Vista, AZ; Oct 24, 2008 Warsaw Community High School-- Warsaw, IN; Oct 16, 2008 Good Times Community Theatre-- Poteau, OK; Jun 27-29, 2008 Crestwood Preparatory College- Toronto, ON; Apr 15, 2008 Grandview High School- Aurora, CO; Apr 10-12, 2008 Caribou High School Drama Club- Caribou, ME; Mar 6, 2008 St. Augustine Catholic High School- Surprise, AZ; Mar 1, 2008 Hayfield Secondary School- Alexandria, VA; Jan 28, 2008 St. Agnes Academy- Houston, TX; Jan 10-13, 2008 Greenwood Little Theatre- Greenwood, MS; Jan 11, 2008 St. Augustine Catholic High School- Tucson, AZ; Feb 2, 2008 Forest Heights Collegiate Institute- Kitchener, ON; Jan 18-19, 2008 Spotswood High School- Penn Laird, VA Nov 9, 2007 William Penn Charter School- Philadelphia, PA; Nov 16-17, 2007 David Douglass School- Portland, OR; May 16-19, 2007 Sterling College Theatre- Sterling, KS; Apr 27, 2007 Northwest School Of The Arts- Charlotte, NC; Mar 28-29, 2007 St Augustine High School/Drama- St Augustine, FL; Mar 8, 2007 Linn-Mar High School Speech Team- Marion, IA; Feb 3, 2007 Northwest School Of The Arts- Kings Mountain, NC; Mar 24, 2007 Pope John XXIII High School- Katy, TX; Feb 16-17, 2007 Wellington Heights Secondary School- Mount Forest, ON; Feb 16, 2007 Linn-Mar High School Speech Team- Marion, IA; Jan 20, 2007 Northridge High School- Dayton, OH; Nov 17-19, 2006 Bellevue East High School- Bellevue, NE; Nov 15-Dec 2, 2006 Albert Einstein High School- Kensington, MD; Nov 10-18, 2006 York High School Theatre Department- Charlottesville, VA; Oct 28-Nov 7, 2006 North Central High School- Indianapolis, IN; Sep 14-15, 2006 Sahuaro High School- Tucson, AZ; Apr 20-21, 2006 Dr. Denison Secondary School- Newmarket, ON; Feb 21, 2006 St. Joseph's Catholic School- Spartanburg, SC; Feb 18, 2006 VHS Players, Vanguard High School- Ocala, FL; Jan 12-20, 2006 Dr. Denison Secondary School- Newmarket, ON; Dec 7-8, 2005 St. Henry District High School- Erlanger, KY; Dec 2-4, 2005 Henderson High School Drama Club- West Chester, PA; Nov 10-11, 2005 Kelseyville High School Drama Class- Kelseyville, CA; Nov 17-18, 2005 Blak Yak Theatre- Perth, Australia; Aug 27-Sep 24, 2005 Thomas Jefferson HS for Science & Technology- Springfield, VA; Feb 1, 2005 Jefferson High School- Cedar Rapids, IA; Mar 17-18, 2005 West Columbus High School- Cerro Gordo, NC; Feb 8, 2005 Lockport High School- Lockport, NY; Jan 14-15, 2005 Limelight Repertory Company- Monroe, CT; Feb 11, 2005 Ohio Educational Theatre Association- Akron, OH; Jan 29-Apr 3, 2005 Navajo Preparatory School- Farmington, NM; Dec 1, 2004 Delavan-Darien High School- Delavan, WI; Oct 22, 2004 Eastlake High School- Chula Vista, CA; Sep 8-17, 2004 Thetford Academy- East Thetford, VT; May 14-15, 2004 Clements High School- Sugar Land, TX; Apr 29-30, 2004 William Davis Centre- Vancouver, BC; May 20-22, 2004 West High School- Waterloo, IA; Feb 7, 2004 Nicolet High School- Glendale, WI; Apr 23-25, 2004 Colorado Mountain Colllege Theatre- Glenwood Springs, CO; Mar 5-6, 2004 West Waterloo High School- Waterloo, IA; Jan 24, 2004 Boone High Thespians- Boone, IA; Apr 2-3, 2004 Clarinda High School- Clarinda, IA; Jan 24-Feb 7, 2004 Watauga High School Theater- Boone, NC; Dec 11-13, 2003 Indianola High School Drama- Indianola, IA; Nov 15-22, 2003 Lake Ridge Academy- North Ridgeville, OH; Nov 12, 2003 Barrington Community Theatre- Barrington, RI; Jul 11, 2003 Stivers School for the Arts- Dayton, OH; May 21, 2003 Mulgrave Theatre- West Vancouver, BC, Canada; Mar 4, 2003 Mills E. Godwin High School- Glen Allen, VA; Feb 5, 2003 Bishop Chatard High School- Indianapolis, IN; Feb 1, 2003 Amelia High School, Batavia- OH; Nov 15-16, 2002 El Centro College- Dallas, TX; Oct 31-Nov 3, 2002 University of Waterloo- Waterloo, ON; Nov 15-16, 2002 Verde Valley School- Sedona, AZ; Oct 25, 2002 American Community School of Abu Dhabi- Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; Nov 10-11, 2002
ROLES PLAYED UNDER EQUITY CONTRACTS
Elwood P. Dowd, HARVEY Robert, PROOF Stage Manager, OUR TOWN Charles, BLITHE SPIRIT Robert, BETRAYAL Salieri, AMADEUS. Torvald, A DOLL’S HOUSE Ken De La Maize, MUSICAL COMEDY MURDERS OF 1940. Stanley, BROADWAY BOUND. Scapino, SCAPINO! Richmond, RICHARD III. Grumio, TAMING OF THE SHREW. Bob Cratchit, A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Oberon, MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. Simon Stimson, OUR TOWN. Aumerle, RICHARD II Venticelli, AMADEUS Paris, ROMEO AND JULIET Nick, WHAT THE BUTLER SAW. Bob, BEYOND THERAPY. The Captain, MISTRESS OF THE INN. Betty/Gerry, CLOUD 9. Autolycus, THE WINTER'S TALE. Zappy, ANGELS FALL. Austin, TRUE WEST. Ira, CLOSE TIES. Jerry, FAMILY BUSINESS. Pedro, THE VISIT. Actor 3, THE DINING ROOM. Governor of Harfleur, HENRY V. Faulkland, THE RIVALS. Jan, THE UNEXPECTED GUEST. Mordecai, THE WALL. Pinhead Manager, THE ELEPHANT MAN. Scotty, THE RED BLUEGRASS WESTERN FLYER SHOW. Valvert, CYRANO DE BERGERAC. MacBeth, MACBETH. Che, EVITA
DIRECTORS WORKED WITH: Gavin Cameron-Webb, Kent Thompson, Jack O'Brien, Gerald Freedman, Josephine Abady, Tom Markus, Alan Ayckbourn, Ron Lagomarcino, Michael Maggio, B.H. Barry, Jack Going, John Vreeke, Joan Vail Thorne, Howard Rossen, Roy Steinberg, David Zarko, Pat Patton, Gus Kikkonnen, Worth Gardner, Tom Aulino.
COURSES AND CURRICULA DEVELOPED
2015: Developed THEA 2023-- Acting Aesthetics, as an online addition to the Auburn University core curriculum.
2013: Developed THEA 2020-- Acting Aesthetics, as an addition to the Auburn University core curriculum.
2008-2010: Coordinated efforts to revamp the entire Theatre curriculum featuring significant revisions to BA/BFA degree tracks in Liberal Arts, Acting, Design/Technology and Management, and a new degree track in Music Theatre. Curriculum was approved at all levels and implemented in 2010.
2005-2008: Developed degree models in music theatre for THMU (Theatre) and MULA (Music) degree tracks.
1997-2002: As Co-Director and later Director of the B.F.A. Performance program at Auburn University, contributed to the development of acting and voice curriculum for transition to semester system, with increased emphasis on team taught courses integrating acting, voice and movement work throughout the B.F.A. performance sequence. Courses designed and/or developed include: Beginning Acting. (Theatre core offering, open to all students) Introduction to basic acting techniques, literature and performance through improvisation, contemporary scene study, and attendance at theatre performances. Advanced Acting: (Prerequisite: Beginning Acting): Theory and performance techniques of pre-twentieth century plays. Beginning Voice. (Open to all students) Basic theory and technique with an emphasis on vocal production and speech. Advanced Voice. (Prerequisite: Beginning Voice) Applied technique with an emphasis on vocal production and speech in texts of heightened language. Junior Studio I. Advanced Technique. (Open to B.F.A. Performance Majors Only) Integration of internal and external acting techniques with the Lessac system of voice and speech in advanced exercises and scene work. Intensive exploration of personalization, orchestration, characterization and vocal production and execution. Junior Studio II. (Open to B.F.A. Performance Majors Only) Comprehensive exploration and performance of Shakespeare and other selected works of dramatic literature in heightened language with an emphasis on text analysis, scansion, vocal production, and scene study in verse drama. Senior Studio I. Elements of Style. (Open to B.F.A. Performance Majors Only) Team taught exploration of performance theory and technique in selected styles and periods, including period acting and movement, the International Phonetic Alphabet, selected dialects, and singing for the actor culminating in public presentation of scenes. Senior Studio II. Professional Preparation and Practice. (Open to B.F.A. Performance Majors Only) Team-taught introduction to performance techniques and professional marketing strategies employed in the pursuit of a professional acting career. Presentation of professional auditions beyond the university arena and public performance of senior ensemble recital required.
1990-97: As Assistant Director of Actor Training and Co-Director of the B.F.A. Performance Program at Auburn University, contributed to the restructuring and development of the B.F.A. performance curriculum to reflect a studio style system of actor training. Specific courses designed and developed include: THEA 0311: Studio Voice I. A comprehensive exploration and application of the Lessac system of voice and speech training through text work, exercises and a publicly performed “play for voices” to demonstrate proficiency in voice and speech techniques encountered in the course. THEA 0316: Studio Acting II. Exploration and application of acting, voice and movement techniques appropriate to dramatic literature in heightened, non-contemporary language and style in exercises and scene study. THEA 0313: Studio Voice III. Exploration and application of voice and speech techniques essential to Shakespearean and Greek texts in exercise and scene study. THEA 0415: Studio Acting IV. Exploration of acting voice and movement techniques appropriate to Moliere, Restoration and Georgian plays in exercises and scene study culminating in a public performance to demonstrate proficiency of concepts encountered in class. THEA 0412: Studio Voice V: Exploration and application of the international phonetic alphabet and selected dialects for the stage in text work, exercises and scene study. THEA 0417: Studio Acting VI: Exploration and application of professional marketing strategies including resume writing, audition techniques, and preparation and public performance of a senior recital as a culmination of work in the B.F.A. performance program.
1987-1990: Teaching contributions at other academic institutions. 1990: Developed course in Voice and Diction as Adjunct Professor at The College of New Rochelle, Bronx, NY campus. 1989: Taught workshops in Voice, Acting and Tai Chi Chuan as Equity Guest Artist/Teacher at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. 1987-89: Taught courses in Acting Fundamentals, Acting Styles, Acting Shakespeare, and Public Speaking as Visiting Instructor of Theatre at the University of The South in Sewanee, Tennessee.
GRANTS, HONORS, OFFICES AND AWARDS
2016: Recipient of the Auburn University Gerald and Emily Leischuck Endowed Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching. 2015: Recipient of the Alabama Conference of Theatre Hall of Fame Award for Outstanding Pioneers in Alabama Theatre. 2006-2009: Member at Large and National Executive Committee Member of the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. 2007: Recipient of Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Gold Medallion for Excellence in College and University Theatre. 2003: Inducted into the Academy of Teaching and Outstanding Teachers, Auburn University College of Liberal Arts. 2003-2006: Chair of Region IV (Southeast) of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. 2000-2003: Vice-Chair of Region IV (Southeast) of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. 2000-2001 & 2005-2011: Artistic Director of Auburn University Theatre. 2000: Auburn University Discretionary Grant for presentation of phase two of research on use of stock costume pieces in teaching of advanced acting courses at the Southeastern Theatre Conference in Norfolk, VA. 1999: Auburn University Teaching Grant In Aid for presentation of phase one of research on the use of stock costume pieces in the teaching of advanced acting courses in period acting styles at Southeastern Theatre Conference in Greensboro, NC. 1998: Auburn University Teaching Grant In Aid for presentation of research on grading of acting scenes at the Southeastern Theatre Conference in Birmingham, Alabama. 1997: Auburn University Research Grant In Aid for presentation of research on ethics in actor training at the Southeastern Theatre Conference in Miami, Florida. 1996: Council for the Advancement and Support of Education Circle of Excellence National Gold Award for participation in production of “Auburn University Interactive” compact disk. 1993: Teaching Effectiveness Award, Auburn University College of Liberal Arts, School of Fine Arts. 1993: Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival Award to attend National Symposium on the teaching of acting in Washington D.C.; Uta Hagen presiding. 1993: Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival coach of Irene Ryan Scholarship Award National Finalist (Heath Hyche). 1993: Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival Award to attend National Symposium on the teaching of acting at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. 1993: Auburn University Teaching Grant In Aid to attend national symposium on the teaching of acting at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. 1993: Auburn University Department of Theatre Grant to attend national symposium on the teaching of acting at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
Invited Lectures and Master Classes.
2011: Master Class in Music Theatre Acting at KCACTF Region VII Festival-- Humboldt State University, CA. 2009: Master class in theatre for AU Summer Music Theatre High School Camp. 2008: Master class in audition technique at KCACTF Region VII Festival—University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY. 2000: Acting Fundamentals: Two Day Intensive Master Class in Acting at Looney’s Tavern Productions, Double Springs, AL. 1999: Springer Theatre Academy, Columbus, GA. Master Teacher of Acting in intensive summer theatre program for youth sponsored by the Springer Opera House, the State Theatre of Georgia. The academy is staffed by theatre professionals throughout the region engaged in teaching academy members and supervising college theatre education majors who serve as Teaching Assistants to Master Teachers. 1997: Kennedy Center/Opelika Arts Association seminar on teaching drama at the elementary and middle school level. Clients were comprised of elementary and middle school teachers engaged in teaching drama in Alabama. 1994-95: Elderhostel Instructor in Theatre for Outreach Program Office at Auburn University. 1992-95: Director of TheatreFest, a high school theatre workshop conducted for four consecutive summers on the campus of Auburn University. Produced in tandem with Auburn University Outreach Program Office in 1994 and by the A.U. Department of Theatre exclusively in 1992, 1993 and 1995, the program served participants from Alabama, Georgia, Florida, and Texas. 1996: “Professional Auditions”. Co-Presenter of workshop on audition techniques for Atlanta Workshop Players in residence at Auburn University. 1991-98: invited at Auburn High School, Auburn Junior High School, Beauregard High School, Chatahoochee Jr. High School, Booker T. Washington High School (Montgomery), and Cary Woods Elementary School.
Service to Professional Organizations.
2006-2009: National Executive Committee Member, Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. 2003-2006: Chair of Region IV (Southeast) of the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. 2004-2008: Master of Ceremonies for the KCACTF Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship Auditions Evening of Scenes at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. 2000-2003: Vice-Chair of Region IV, Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. 1991-2000: Coordinator, Graduate School Auditions and Presentations, Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Region IV. 1991-2006: Executive Committee Member, Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Region IV. 1991-2011: Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Respondent for more than one hundred college and university theatre productions nationwide. 1995-2010: Regional Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship Auditions Judge, Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival; Regions I, II, IV, V, & VII. 1996-98: Secretary, Alabama Conference of Theatre and Speech. 1992-93: Chair, College and University Division, Alabama Conference of Theatre and Speech. 1998: Adjudicator, Tennessee State Southeastern Theatre Conference Screening Auditions, Murfreesboro, TN. 1997: Adjudicator for Alabama State Walter M. Trumbauer One-Act Play Festival, Jacksonville State University. 1992-1999: Adjudicator, Opelika Arts Association Scholarship Competition in Fine and Performing Arts. 1991: Adjudicator, Panoply Acting Competition, and Huntsville, AL. 1990: Adjudicator, South Carolina State Southeastern Theatre Conference Screening Auditions, Charleston, SC..
Department of Theatre
2014-Present: Performance Assessment Coordinator. 2014-Present: Chair of Department Recruitment Committee. 2005-2011: Chair of Auburn University Theatre. 2002: On-site coordinator, Alabama Conference of Theatre and Speech State Festival and Convention hosted by Auburn University. 2001-2002: Chair, Dance/Movement position Search committee 2000-2001: Artistic Director of Auburn University Theatre. 2000-2001: Member, Department Chair Search Committee. 2000: Lead Author, Department of Theatre Comprehensive Plan. 1999-2000: Member, Performance Position Search Committee. 1999: On-site coordinator, Alabama Conference of Theatre and Speech State Festival and Convention hosted by Auburn University. 1998-2000: Chair, Season Selection Committee. 1997-98: Member, Season Selection Committee. 1997-2005: Coordinator of "Friday Forum", monthly department information and entertainment convocation. 1997: Chair, Department Committee to prepare Operations segment of National Association of Schools of Theatre Accreditation Report. 1996: Chair, Department Peer Review Guidelines Committee. 1995: Chair, Department Promotion and Tenure Guidelines Committee. 1995: Member, Department Benefit Committee. 1994-95: Member, Costume Design Search Committee. 1994-95: Chair, Department Strategic Planning Committee. 1994-95: Member, Department Outreach Committee. 1992-Present: Chair, Department Recruitment Committee. 1992-93: Member, Department Committee to Evaluate Summer Theatre Program. 1992-93: Member, Department Committee to prepare N.A.S.T. report. 1991-92: Chair, Head of Performance Search Committee. 1991-92: Member, Department Committee to prepare S.A.C.S. report. 1991-Present: Coordinator, Annual Department Scholarship Auditions. 1990-91: Member, Department Committee to Define Merit.
College Of Liberal Arts
2016-2018: Dean's Budget Advisory Committee. 2013: Chair, CLASS Advisor Search Committee. 2012: Member, CLASS Administrative Support Specialist Committee. 2012: Chair, Summer Term Task Force. 2011-2013: Chair, CLA Curriculum Committee 2011-2013: Chair, CLA Scholarship Committee 2004-2005: Member, Auburn University CLA Dean Search Committee 1994-95: Member, College of Liberal Arts Strategic Planning Committee. 1993-96: Member, College of Liberal Arts Teaching Effectiveness Committee.
2011-2013: Member, Academic Affairs Committee, University Efficiency Task Force, International Curricula Task Force, Advisor Career Ladder Committee, College of Vet/Med Associate Dean Search Committee, Chair of David Rouse Administrator Review Committee, SECALDP Provost Fellow Selection Committee, University Capacity Committee, UWIS Committee, Auburn Connects Committee. 2000: Member, University Committee to evaluate “Peaks of Excellence” proposals. 1992-95: Member, University Performing Arts Committee.
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