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CV 9-25-2012

CV 9-25-2012

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Curriculum Vitae christopherfpeck.blogspot.comchris_peck@baylor.edu (615) 440-37671426 South 11
St. Waco, TX 76706
Master of Fine Arts in Directing: Baylor University, 2013
Written Thesis: ―A Director‘s Approach to Euripides‘
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre (Acting Emphasis): Abilene Christian University, 2005
 Directing Assistantship
Berkshire Theatre Festival 2012Served as assistant director for the BTF production of Herb Gardner's
 A Thousand Clowns,
directed by Kyle Fabel. Directed the staged reading of Christopher Newbound's new play,
 Lunch With Amanda
, presented at the Main Stage theatre as part of the Berkshire TheatreFestival Friday Series.
 Master Class with Michael Sexton
Berkshire Theatre Festival 2012Michael Sexton, artistic director of the Shakespeare Society in New York City discussesthe business of being a director with future director's working as assistants at theBerkshire Theatre Festival. Mr. Sexton discusses his own journey as director and thenfollows up with a question and answer session with members of the class.
Stage Combat Workshop
Louisiana Tech 2012Two day intensive workshop. Ten, eighty-minute classes helping students develop skillsin the variety of areas of stage combat. Classes taught by certified members of the SAFDfrom all across the county.
 Master Class with John Patrick Shanley
Baylor University 2011Playwright John Patrick Shanley discusses his approach to playwriting, includinginfluences from his own life, and steps taken to be a successful playwright.
 Meyerhold’s Biomechanics
Texas A&M 2011One day workshop in which students develop a basic understanding of 
Biomechanics. Practical application of skill set is emphasized. Workshop instructed byKathleen Baum.
Texas Intensive Stage Combat Workshop
University of Houston 2011Two day intensive workshop helping develop a basic skill set of common stage weapons
used in the theatre. Class instructors include S.A.F.D. FM/FD/CT‘s Brian Byrnes and k.Jenny Jones, S.A.F.D. FD/CT‘s Jack Young and Timothy Pinnow, CT‘s Leraldo
Anzaldua, Bill Lengfelder, H. Russ Brown, Matt Ellis and Mark Guinn, AAC Intern JakeGuinn.
Peck CV 2
Waco, TX
Teacher of Record 
 THEA 1314:
 Acting for Non Majors
Non major students are given the opportunity to experience acting concepts andtechnique including Stanislavski method, Bogart and some improvisation. Class size 20.
THEA 1206 
Theatre Appreciation
 Lecture style course introducing students to fundamental theatrical components includingacting, directing, design, theatrical literature and theatre history. Class enrollment 200.
Teaching Assistant
THEA 2302:
 Acting Shakespeare
 Aided instructor in operative words exercises, scansion, and poetical devices throughpractical demonstration. Administered tests to students.
THEA 2101:
 Applied Voice and Movement 1
Class utilizes Bogart‘s
as principle for movement-centered course. Aid in the
development of actor‘s use of body and voice as it applies to realistic acting. Provide
practical demonstrations of course techniques.
THEA 1101: Fundamentals of Voice and Movement 1
Class emphasis on Edith Skinner‘s IPA model. As teach
ing assistant I aided the instructor invocal warm-ups for the class as well as aiding in the demonstration of technique and applicationof the Skinner approach.
THEA 1206:
Theatre Appreciation
 Monitored students and aided in class discussion in two sections of theatre appreciation
 per semester. Graded student‘s tests and quizzes. Lead lecturer for acting unit in two
sections in Spring 2011.
KD Studio Actor’s Conservatory – 
Dallas, TX
 Introduction to Acting
 Instructed adult students in fundamental elements of acting and character developmentthrough the usage of improvisation, scene work, and monologues.
 Introduction to Acting (Teens)
 Instructed students
ages 12-16
in the fundamentals of acting and characterdevelopment. Explored the nature of theatre and acting through storytelling games andimprovisation and guided students to a better understanding of acting techniques throughscene work and monologues.
Peck CV 3
North Mesquite High School
Mesquite, TX
Theatre Arts 1
August ‘05
June ‗08
 Introduce students to the fundamentals of theatre. Class includes units on acting, design,improvisation and theatre history. Students are encouraged to create classroom workingrelationships through activities such as scene work and group projects.
Theatre Arts 2
August ‘05
June ‗08
 Theatre Arts 2 is a continuation of Theatre Arts 1 with a greater in-depth concentration inthe elements of acting. Students are challenged with more intensive scene work as wellas new training in areas such as directing and Shakespeare.
DIRECTING(Full Length)
Euripides Baylor Main Stage 2012
 A Thousand Clowns*
Herb Gardner Berkshire Theatre 2012
 Lunch With Amanda**
Christopher Newbound Berkshire Theatre 2012
The Exception and the Rule
Bertolt Brecht Baylor Studio 2012
Thomas Ward Baylor Main Stage 2012
 Little Airplanes of the Heart*
Steve Feffer Baylor Main Stage 2012
The Trapeze Artist*
Mary Laws Baylor Main Stage 2012
 Johannes, Pyotr & Marge*
Jeffrey Essmann Baylor Main Stage 2012
 Red Flags, Black Squares
Devised Baylor Studio 2011
Circle Mirror Transformation
Annie Baker Baylor Main Stage 2011
Two Truths and a Lie
Mary Michael Wagner Baylor Studio 2010
 Much Ado About Nothing
Shakespeare Lipscomb Main Stage 2010
The Actor’s Nightmare
Christopher Durang Lispcomb Main Stage 2008
Rodgers and Hammerstein North Mesquite HS 2007
Witness for the Prosecution
Agatha Christie North Mesquite HS 2006
The Apollo of Bellac
Jean Giraudoux North Mesquite HS 2006
Wait Until Dark 
Frederick Knott North Mesquite HS 2005
Variations of the Death of Trotsky
David Ives ACU Main Stage 2005
“Love: An Indescribable Force”
Devised ACU Studio 2005
Devised ACU Studio 2003
*Assistant Director **Staged Reading
(Scene Work)
Henrik Ibsen Baylor Studio 2012
 Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad  Zoo
Rajiv Joseph Baylor Studio 2011
 Henry IV, Part I 
Shakespeare Baylor Studio 2011
The Rivals
Richard Sheridan Baylor Studio 2011
David Auburn Lipscomb Studio 2009
The Hairy Ape
Eugene O‘Neill
ACU Studio 2005

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