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Wednesday, March 7 • 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Ready to Direct Candidates “1st Rehearsal”

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Pre-registered candidates meet with project leaders and then disperse to work separately with two actors, beginning the rehearsal process for The Cherry Orchard. Professional, community and university theatre directors, and others are invited to move room to room to observe the candidates in process.

Entire group re-gathers at 8:30PM for feedback and a discussion on what they were able to accomplish and what they wish they could have accomplished.

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Preston Lane

Producing Artistic Director, Triad Stage
Preston is Founding Artistic Director of Triad Stage, where in 19 seasons he has produced over 120 productions and directed over 60. Before coming to Greensboro, Preston was Artistic Associate at Dallas Theater Center. As a playwright, Preston’s plays and adaptations have been produced... Read More →
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Alan Litsey

Elected Past President, SETC
Alan Litsey is Chair and Professor of Theatre at Birmingham-Southern College (BSC). He has served the Southeastern Theatre Conference in a variety of roles, including two years as President and Elected Past President. Alan has directed well over 40 productions and is a frequent responder... Read More →
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Richard St. Peter

Assistant Professor of Theatre, Northwestern State University
Richard St. Peter is an assistant professor of theatre at Northwestern State University in Louisiana. He is an accomplished professional director and former artistic director with more than 50 professional and academic directing credits. He has directed throughout the Southeast, in... Read More →

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