Students are drawn to 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.
- Director of UNCSA main stage productions: “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