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THE PROJECT


THE WESTON PRODUCTION TEAM


  • SEAN BOYD

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    STEPHEN CRANDALL received his M.F.A. in Performance from the University of Nevada Las Vegas in 2007. While at UNLV, he performed with the Nevada Conservatory Theatre in A Man for All Seasons (Roper), The Gamester (Valére), Inherit the Wind (Hornbeck), Private Lives (Victor), Twelfth Night (Orsino), The Glass Menagerie (Tom), and You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Charlie Brown). Stephen has also performed with Sacramento Music Circus in 1776 (Thomson) and The Sound of Music (Herr Zeller), and is a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association. During his graduate training, he concurrently studied and taught the Lugering method for six semesters, with an additional semester taught after graduation. This work has become the foundation of his acting practice and philosophy, and he is thrilled to be among a growing faculty dedicated to sharing this method of integrated voice, movement, and acting technique. Stephen is currently an Assistant Professor of Theatre at West Texas A&M University, where he teaches all levels of undergraduate acting. He will be teaching the Lugering method as the primary voice & movement training at WT beginning in the fall of 2011. Stephen has most recently directed productions of Tartuffe, By the Bog of Cats, and The Children’s Hour at WT, and performed as Freddie in Noises Off with Merely Players.
  • STEPHEN CRANDALL

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    STEPHEN CRANDALL received his M.F.A. in Performance from the University of Nevada Las Vegas in 2007. While at UNLV, he performed with the Nevada Conservatory Theatre in A Man for All Seasons (Roper), The Gamester (Valére), Inherit the Wind (Hornbeck), Private Lives (Victor), Twelfth Night (Orsino), The Glass Menagerie (Tom), and You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Charlie Brown). Stephen has also performed with Sacramento Music Circus in 1776 (Thomson) and The Sound of Music (Herr Zeller), and is a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association. During his graduate training, he concurrently studied and taught the Lugering method for six semesters, with an additional semester taught after graduation. This work has become the foundation of his acting practice and philosophy, and he is thrilled to be among a growing faculty dedicated to sharing this method of integrated voice, movement, and acting technique. Stephen is currently an Assistant Professor of Theatre at West Texas A&M University, where he teaches all levels of undergraduate acting. He will be teaching the Lugering method as the primary voice & movement training at WT beginning in the fall of 2011. Stephen has most recently directed productions of Tartuffe, By the Bog of Cats, and The Children’s Hour at WT, and performed as Freddie in Noises Off with Merely Players.