Students are drawn to alumnus Quin Gordon's class for the practical tools they are given that will make them self-sufficient when they graduate and head out into a challenging profession. It is his goal that students no longer need him at the end of four years.
My teaching style is passionate, rigorous and honest. I believe in an acting class that challenges, but is not invasive of, the student actor. The environment of my class is safe for the actor, but dangerous for the character.Quin Gordon
- Director of UNCSA main stage productions: "The Cider House Rules Parts 1 & 2," "Balm In Gilead," "Middletown," "The Last Days of Judas Iscariot," "Good" (co-production with School of Music) and "The Memorandum"
- "Babette’s Feast," Threads Theatre Company, world premiere, 2011
- "Shostakovich’s Hamlet," Aspen Music Festival, 2011
- "The Picture of Dorian Gray," Sonnet Repertory Theatre at Pershing Square Signature Center, world premiere, 2012
- Proud graduate of UNCSA Drama
M.F.A. DirectingUNC Greensboro
B.F.A. DirectingUNC School of the Arts
Cert. of ActingThe New Actors Workshop
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