Scott A. Mackenzie

Contact Information
Office Location: Thompson Clark
Office Phone: 724.946.6238 (ext. 6238)
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B.A. University of Texas at Dallas
M.F.A. Michigan State University
Ph.D. Wayne State University

Courses Taught
Introduction to Theatre
Introduction to Acting
Acting II
Theatre and Social Engagement
Oral Interpretation
Theatre History
Directing for the Theatre
Voice and Diction
Intro. to Public Communication

Areas of Interest
Devising and community based theatre
Dr. Mackenzie is a recipient of the Kennedy Center Gold Medallion for Excellence in Theatre Education.  His acting experience includes film, television, and theatre. Roles in Othello, Medea, The Crucible, A Tale of Two Cities, and Arsenic and Old Lace are among his theatre performance credits. Included in the productions he has directed are: All My Sons; The Subject Was Roses; Born Yesterday;; and The Imaginary Invalid. Among his Theatre Westminster directing credits are A Midsummer Night's Dream; The Laramie Project, The Importance of Being Earnest, Kiss Me, Kate and The Baker From Madrigal. Baker was the English language premier of Traidor, inconfesso y martir. While on active duty with the Army Reserve, Scott directed Bigfoot Stole My Wife, the first show produced entirely by military and civilian personnel stationed in Baghdad's International Zone.

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