Five . . . six . . . seven . . . eight! The Musical Theatre track offers a unique environment where students can hone their performing arts skills under the direction of our experienced BYU faculty. Students gain valuable skills in auditioning, performance, and character development.
This year we will be performing Les Misérables. We are excited to take on this production and can't wait to see our participants perform!
David Morgan, Associate Professor
BA, Brigham Young University, 1985
MFA, National Theatre Conservatory, 1990
David Morgan received an undergraduate degree in Theatre Studies from Brigham Young University. He graduated from the National Theatre Conservatory in Denver with a master of fine arts degree in acting and interned with the Denver Center Theatre Company. David has worked with the Arvada Center for the Performing Arts, Commonwealth Theatre Company in Minnesota, Tuacahn Theatre, Provo Theatre Company, Actors Repertory Theatre Ensemble, Gold Rush Productions, and the Hale Center Theatre. David has directed at the College of Eastern Utah and Utah Valley State College (now Utah Valley University) and taught with the Oswego Theatre Institute in New York. David teaches in the BFA Acting program here at BYU.
Jennifer Reed, Adjunct Instructor
Jennifer Reed is happy to be back in Provo, Utah after spending 17 years working professionally as a AEA Production Stage Manager and director. She currently works full time at Brigham Young University teaching stage management and managing productions and events in five theatres. She has stage managed over 100 productions including national tours, international tours and many regional theatre productions. She spent 9 years in Los Angeles working with companies such as; A Noise Within Theatre Company, The Los Angeles Children’s Chorus, LA Opera and The Los Angeles Philharmonic. She is currently the Production Stage Manager for Utah Regional Ballet and BYU’s Homecoming Spectacular. In 2009 along with BYU professor David Morgan she founded The Mortal Fools Theatre Project and directed the first production; Frankenstein. She also works as a freelance director and recent credits include; Smokey Joe’s Café , All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, and Funny Girl.
More Information Coming Soon.