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Mark Duncan, M.F.A.

Mark Duncan
Chair / Associate Professor
Dept. of Performing and Visual Arts
(954) 262-8094 markdunc@nova.edu
Office: UC 342

Education

  • M.F.A. Virginia Commonwealth University
  • B.A. Coastal Carolina University

Professional Interests

Mark Duncan, M.F.A., is an Associate Professor of Theatre and Chair of the Department of Performing and Visual Arts (PVA). He has been at NSU since 2004, and in 2005 founded NSU Theatre, the producing ensemble for theatre and musical theatre events at NSU. Duncan is a graduate of Chicago's Second City Conservatory. He has taught theatre courses at Virginia Commonwealth University, Joliet Junior College, University of Central Arkansas, and Wesleyan College. Duncan is actively involved in and regularly presents at the Southeastern Theatre Conference, Florida Thespian Conference, Association for Theatre in Higher Education, and the Florida Theatre Conference (former Board Member). Mark is an Associate Member of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC).

Duncan is a professional actor, director, and arts administrator. He currently serves as the Managing Director/Associate Producer of Thinking Cap Theatre in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Regional and International Credits include: Thinking Cap Theatre at the Vanguard (Book of Liz, Hotdog, The Rover), Pensacola Shakespeare Theatre (Much Ado About Nothing, Twelfth Night, The Taming of the Shrew), Broward Center for the Performing Arts (A Midsummer Night's Dream), The Promethean Theatre (Cannibal the Musical, Still the River Runs, Cyrano, and Boeing-Boeing), Georgia Shakespeare (Romeo and Juliet), New American Theater (Holiday O' Henry), Wing and Groove Theatre Company (The Taming of the Shrew), Theatre Virginia (Much Ado About Nothing, Hay Fever), Richmond Shakespeare Festival (Two Gentlemen of Verona), Hollywood Shakespeare Festival (Romeo and Juliet), Blue Ridge Theatre Festival (Loves! Labours! Lust!), the Sibiu International Theatre Festival-Romania (Sleepers and Catastrophe), and Shakespeare at the Castle (The Taming of the Shrew).

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