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Shirlene Holmes

Associate Professor (Ph.D., Southern Illinois University, 1992). Shirlene Holmes is a solo performer and prolific playwright whose productions have run in Georgia, Illinois, Connecticut, New York, California, Kentucky, North Carolina, Massachusetts, Alabama, Maryland, Kansas, South Dakota, Indiana, Ireland, Jamaica, and South Africa. Through her artistic work, Dr. Holmes is committed to providing a voice for those generally unheard in contemporary society.

Selected Courses Taught: Acting 1, Dramatic Writing

Frank Miller

Senior Lecturer (Ph.D., Ohio State University, 1980) and Chair of the Communication Department Program Committee for Theater. Frank Miller serves on the advisory board of the GSU Players, the university’s theater organization.  Serving as a teacher of acting and directing at Georgia State, he has directed or acted in plays that have been performed at the Jewish Theatre of the South, Theatre in the Square, Theatre Gael, 7 Stages, T.H.E. Theatre, Ltd., the Center for Puppetry Arts, and various southern universities.

Selected Courses Taught: Acting II, Directing, Perspective: Comparative Culture

Todd Studebaker

Production Manager, University Theater

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Keith Tims

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