I came to Great Basin College in 1996 and established the Great Basin College Theatre Program. Since that time, students and audiences have enjoyed nearly 100 productions on the GBC stage.
Each year, the GBC Theatre Program produces two main-stage and two studio productions. A typical production will include 20 to 30 students and will be attended by nearly 1000 audience members. In addition to performance opportunities, students engage in creating the technical support for each production, building sets and designing lights, sound, costumes and make-up.
GBC Theatre Program guarantees performance opportunities to every single interested student. Each year a tightly knit ensemble company is created. Students work together closely, making strong friendships providing support for the work we do together in the theatre, support for college studies and support in life outside of college and the theatre. It is a very rewarding experience for everyone.
GBC Theatre is a member of the Theatre Communications Guild, a national consortium of educational theatres. It also one of the founding organizations of the Elko Theatre Coalition, a collaborative group of theatre artists from throughout the region.
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- PhD, Capella University, 2007
- MFA, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Professional Theatre Training Program, 1987
- BA, Viterbo University, LaCrosse, WI , 1983
- All the Light You Cannot See, Anthony Doerr
- 1944, Jay Winek
- The Lecturers Tale, James Hyne
- Winters Tale, Mark Helprin
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