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CoLART Dean’s Speaker Series: Transforming Life to Theatre

Gregory Ramos is an actor, director, playwright and theatre educator originally from Los Angeles, California. He completed his MFA in Playwriting at UCLA and studied acting at Playwrights Horizons in New York and privately with academy award winner, Ellen Burstyn. He performed in National Tours of The Kind and I with both Yul Brynner and Rudolf Nureyev. He also appeared in National and European Tours of West Side Story, among many other theatrical credits. Gregory has directed plays and musicals at numerous professional theatres and universities. Much of his original work is based on interviews. Two of these are solo performance plays, Border Stories and When We Danced, which he performed at arts venues and theatre festivals around the country. His play for young audience’s Cuentos de Josefina (Josephine’s Tales) is available through YouthPLAYS. Gregory is certified in the Meisner acting approach through the True Acting Institute. A proud member of The Lincoln Center Director’s Lab and Actor’s Equity Association, he is Professor and Chair at the University of Redlands Department of Theatre Arts in Southern California. His most recent work in progress is a play about gun violence and community, based on interviews he conducted in El Paso, Texas after the mass shooting in August 2019.

September 8 @ 1PM (MST)

Zoom Meeting ID: 831 8652 3465

Password: 1Wp20S

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Zoom Meeting ID: 831 8652 3465

Password: 1Wp20S

Tuesday, September 8 at 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM

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Arts & Culture, Academic, Career Development, Conferences/Seminars/Lectures, Virtual Activities

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Students, Faculty & Staff, Alumni, General

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College of Liberal Arts

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lecture, speaker series, College of Liberal Arts, TheatreDance

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Free

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