Registration is still open until Sept. 9, 2011, for the Patel Conservatory Youth Theater (PCYT) production of Our Town. This production-driven theater class brings students from the classroom, through the rehearsal process, and to the stage.
Intended for students in grades nine through college, Our Town will be directed by guest instructor Kerry Glamsch.
Glamsch has a BA in theater from USF and earned an MFA as a Michener fellow at the University of Texas, Austin. He worked as an Equity actor for years and has taught at the Patel Conservatory from its inception until 2007.
He taught theater at USF from 2003 until 2010. He directed a number of critically acclaimed plays, was a Fulbright lecturer at University of Craiova, and has taught acting workshops in Tazania, Bucharest, Bali, and New Zealand. His screenplays have won numerous awards, and his fiction has been published extensively.
Under Glamsch’s tutelage, students in the PCYT program will build acting and performance skills, and gain the experience of being part of a pre-professional production.
Our Town has been translated into hundreds of languages and performed worldwide, being the most produced play ever, next to Shakespeare.
To register for this class and performance, please click here.