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Director Mark Monday spoke about his interpretation of Kent State University’s production of Hamlet. The production ran from April 15-23, 2011 at Kent State University.
Mark Monday joined the faculty in the Department of Theatre and Dance at Kent State University in the fall semester of 2007 and serves as Head of the MFA Acting Program. Mark’s extensive directing credits include favorites King Lear, Once On This Island, The Learned Ladies, As You Like It, The Who’s Tommy, Moby Dick-Rehearsed, and the final professional production of Seven Guitars prior to the death of August Wilson.
Directors Fenlon Lamb, Kerry Glann, and guest tenor Scott Mello discussed their production of Handel’s Semele. The production occurred on April 9, 2011 at Kent State University.
Fenlon Lamb (pictured on the right) is the Artistic and Stage Director of Kent State Opera and teaches a series of classes focusing on skills and styles for the opera stage. Kerry Glann is the General Director of Opera at Kent State University where he also directs the Women’s Chorus. Guest artist Scott Mello is an active performer and educator who has performed with Apollo’s Fire.