Drama Summer Intensive Faculty

Drama Summer Intensive Faculty

Quin Gordon

Quin Gordon

Director
Drama Summer Intensive
School of Drama alumnus
UNCSA

Quin Gordon received his B.F.A. in Directing at UNCSA, M.F.A. in Directing at UNC Greensboro and holds a Certificate of Acting from The New Actors Workshop. Gordon has directed 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." Other career highlights include: "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.

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Wesley Taylor

Musical Theatre
Drama Summer Intensive
School of Drama alumnus
UNCSA


 

Wesley Taylor is a Theatre World Award Winner, Chita Rivera Award Winner and Outer Critics Circle Award nominee. He was a par of the original Broadway casts of "Spongebob Squarepants" as Plankton, "The Addams Family" as Lucas and "Rock of Ages" as Franz. Additional theater credits include "Assassins" with the Classic Stage Company as Zangara, "The Who’s Tommy" at the Kennedy Center as Cousin Kevin, "Alice by Heart" at the MCC Theater as the Mad Hatter, "An Act of God" at the Denver Center as God, "Cabaret" at the Signature Theatre as the Emcee, "Little Miss Sunshine" at 2nd Stage as Joshua and "Tales of the City" at A Contemporary Theater as Michael.

Television credits include "Smash" (26 episodes), "The Good Wife," "The Tomorrow People," "One Life to Live," "Looking," "I'm Dying up Here," "Difficult People“ and “The Tony Awards.” Film credits include "The Surrogate," "Lucky Stiff" and "The Spongebob Musical, Live on Stage!" Taylor is the co-writer and director of upcoming feature film "Summoning Sylvia" as well as the Emmy-nominated series “Indoor Boys” (Indie Series Awards for Best Comedy Series, Best Writing, Best Directing) and “It Could Be Worse” which was acquired by Participant Media/Hulu. Taylor received his B.F.A. in Drama at UNCSA.

2022 Faculty/Guest Artists 

to be announced in early 2022