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D. Scott Glasser

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D. Scott Glasser D. Scott Glasser has worked with such theatres as the Guthrie Theatre, GeVa Repertory Theatre, The Playwright´s Center (Minneapolis) Opera Institute at Boston University, A Contemporary Theatre (Seattle), Chanhassen Dinner Theatre, Minnesota Opera, The Children´s Theater Company (Minneapolis), Skylight Opera Theatre, Madison Opera and the Utah Shakespearean Festival. Glasser is a faculty member of the University of Nebraska–Omaha Department of Theatre (UNO). For the Nebraska Shakespeare Festival he directed Julius Caesar, The Winter´s Tale, Hamlet, The Tempest, Richard III, Othello, Antony and Cleopatra and Love´s Labour´s Lost and was named an associate artistic director for the company in 2004. At UNO, his productions include Into the Woods, The Playboy of the Western World, Much Ado About Nothing, SMASH, Arabian Nights and Our Country´s Good. Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Glasser helped create a theater program at Willamette University, was a founding member of the Dakota Theatre Caravan, a resident actor/director at Actors Theatre in St. Paul and produced and performed in the Edinburgh International Festival. He was the artistic director of Madison Repertory Theatre from 1993 to 2002. Glasser has directed over 130 plays, operas and musicals, as well as premiere productions of plays by Lee Blessing, Jon Klein, Martha Boesing and Steven Dietz. A member of Actor´s Equity Association since 1974 , he is also a member of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers (SSDC) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA).