Stephen Crandall, M.F.A.
Assistant Professor of Theatre
Office: Sybil B. Harrington Fine Arts Complex, Room 119
Professional Profile Stephen joined the Department of Art, Theatre, and Dance in 2010 as an Assistant Professor of Theatre. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Theatre Performance from WTAMU, and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Acting from the University of Nevada Las Vegas, where he also taught Acting, Voice and Movement, and Introduction to Acting.
As an actor, Stephen has performed locally with Amarillo Little Theatre, Merely Players, and TEXAS Musical Drama; regionally with the Nevada Conservatory Theatre, Nevada Theatre Company, and the Sacramento Music Circus; and internationally at the Adelaide Fringe Festival in South Australia. He has worked with such notable actors as Sandy Duncan, Sally Struthers, GW Bailey, Steve Vinovich, James Barbour, Mark Zimmerman, Michael Tylo, and John Schuck. He is a member of Actors’ Equity Association, and also serves as a UIL One-Act Play Critic Judge and Clinician.
Teaching and Related Service Stephen specializes in Acting and Voice & Movement technique, and teaches Acting, Voice & Movement, Script Analysis, and Introduction to Theatre at WT.
Research and Creative Activity Stephen is an Associate Teacher for The Expressive Actor (www.expressiveactor.org), an organization created by Michael Lugering which combines acting, voice, and movement training into a cohesive exploration of human expression. He is also certified as a Basic Theatrical Combatant with Dueling Arts International in the unarmed, single rapier, and rapier & dagger disciplines. Stephen also studies dialects for stage and film through Paul Meier Dialect Services. .