Book Chapter – Creating the ‘If’: Using Actor Theory in Character Creation in Motley Minded: Stitching Together Early Modern Theatre from the Fabric of Scholarship

Book Review – “Blood Matters: Studies in European Literature and Thought, 1400-1700 / Bonnie Lander Johnson and Eleanor Decamp,” Early Modern Culture: Vol. 14 , Article 18.
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Upcoming classes: Any upcoming projects will be listed here as soon as they become available.

Current Classes: Current classes will be posted here.

Previous Classes:
– “Speak the Speech” Monologue Intensive – Flagstaff, AZ (in partnership with the Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival) June 20th-July 25th, 2018
– “Shakespeare in His Time” Lecture/Discussion Series – Flagstaff, AZ (in partnership with the Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival); June 30th-July 1st, July 7th-8th, 2018

Glenn holds a Master of Fine Arts in Shakespeare and Performance from Mary Baldwin University in Staunton Virginia, as well as a Master of Letters in Shakespeare and Performance from the same institution.

During his time at Mary Baldwin University, Glenn worked as a graduate teaching fellow in the communications department where he taught Public Speaking, and also as a teaching assistant for theatre faculty members in several stage combat courses and an acting styles course.

Glenn received his Bachelor of Arts in Theatre (with a concentration in stage acting) in 2014 from Columbia College Chicago, and was a part of the first group to graduate from Columbia College with a minor in Stage Combat.  During his time there, Glenn completed certifications in Unarmed, Broadsword, Small Sword, Sword and Shield, Knife, Hollywood Single Sword, and Quarterstaff from the Society of American Fight Directors.  Glenn is currently an actor-combatant through the SAFD.

To date Glenn has performed in over 50 stage shows, 9 short films, 2 feature films, and has served as a production team member on over a dozen shows as fight choreographer and assistant director.  His experience ranges from Greek theatre to contemporary 21st century pieces.


“Glenn’s lecture/discussions on ‘Shakespeare in His Time’ were extraordinarily effective: enlightening, thought provoking, and fun! So if you’re new to Shakespeare or a lifelong fan, you’ll find these sessions very worthwhile.” – Dr. June Compton, Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival summer dramaturg/former Roosevelt University professor

“I enjoyed your classes.  Thanks for making Shakespeare and his plays approachable to me.” – Denise Lundin about Shakespeare in his Time

“The theme – Shakespeare In His Time – couldn’t have been more apt. My experiences have led me to interact with the plays in some specific ways, but I had not engaged them before through this lens. Your theme allowed me the chance to approach the plays, and Shakespeare himself, in a fresh way.” -Todd Barnell, Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival Patron

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