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MWSU Theatre – J.B. – 2012

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J.B.

This was definitely the most rewarding theatrical experience I’ve ever had. And, I’m happy to report that our cast and crew were able to rack up a few awards and recognitions for our work at the Region V Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival this January in Lincoln, NE.  Grant Adkins took 2nd Place in the Region for his Sound Design for the show and Shaun Allison was also recognized for his work on the Lighting Design.

I’m very proud of this production and everyone involved with it.  It was not an easy piece to produce and the actors were really up to pushing themselves with this new challenge.  That was inspiring to me.  I’ll never forget it.

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MWSU Theatre – Arsenic & Old Lace – 2012

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Arsenic & Old Lace

One of my favorite theatrical experiences ever.  This cast and crew was an absolute dream to work with and they were definitely some of the most talented and funny individuals I’ve come across in a long time.

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MWSU Theatre – Phantom – 2011

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Yeston & Kopit's Phantom

This was the first production I directed at Missouri Western.  It was a collaboration between the Theatre and Music Departments.  This was, to that point, the largest production I’d ever directed, but we were very proud of the outcome.  Not only was a beautiful production, it was also the first production in the modern history of Missouri Western that was a complete sellout.

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MWSU Theatre-Romeo & Juliet-2011

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Romeo & Juliet

I directed the first production of the 2011-2012 Season at Missouri Western and we opened it with a production of Romeo & Juliet.  I was especially proud of everyone involved.  Many of these students have never even read Shakespeare before, let alone performed his text.  They tackled this with a hunger and passion I’ve rarely seen before.

Needless to say, I chose the Civil War as the backdrop of for our Romeo & Juliet.  Celebrating the 150th Anniversary in one a city that prides itself on being the starting point of the Pony Express and it’s history from this era helped with the success of this production.

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