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About Paul Molnar
Paul Molnar grew up in Michigan but spent the last 20 years in NYC working as an actor, director, movement consultant, fight choreographer and producer. Paul was a founding member and Producing Artistic Director of South Brooklyn Shakespeare, a Not-For-Profit company devoted to bringing free Shakespeare and other Classic Works of Literature to the residents of South Brooklyn for 6 seasons. Directing credits include: A 1940s Christmas Carol, The Glass Menagerie (Independence Community College), Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Romeo & Juliet (SBS), Macbeth -a witch's tale, Hiker/Driver, The Gospel of Cyrus according to Cyrus (Asolo Late Night Series). As an actor: New York credits include the Off-Broadway premier of Hot Mess, multiple shows with KEEN Company, Epiphany, Adobe, Tangent and Fifth Street Theatre. Regional credits: Premier Stages, Asolo Rep, Vermont Stage, Lost Nation Theatre, Michigan Shakespeare Festival, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, New American Theatre and 12 Miles West Theatre. TV/ Film credits include: Law & Order, Law & Order SVU and Person of Interest. As a Fight Director: Off-Broadway credits include Party Face (Directed by Amanda Bearse & Staring Hayley Mills), Roulette, Tape, Ghoul, Blood Orange, work with DiCapo Opera, Ensemble Studio Theatre, 47th Street Theatre. Other New York credits include Fordham University, Queens College, MITF, and Keen Company where he was the Resident Company Fight Director. Regional credits: Buck's County Playhouse, Premiere Stages, Two River Theatre, Shakespeare on the Sound, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Michigan Shakespeare Festival, Second City (Detroit) & Asolo Rep. Paul received his BFA from the University of Michigan and holds an MFA from the FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training. Currently Paul is an Associate Professor of Theatre at Independence Community College in Independence, Kansas where he teaches acting, voice and movement. He is also the Founding Artistic Director of Heartland Summer Stage, a professional summer repertory company launching Summer 2022, who’s mission will be to produce playwrights celebrated by the William Inge Theatre Festival which has its home at ICC.
Entries by Paul Molnar
- Dulcé SloanMay 23, 2018 - 1:18 pm
Offering a fresh and honest perspective that’s rare to find, Dulcé Sloan is the newest Correspondent on “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.” She was named one of TimeOut LA’s Top Comics to Watch for 2017 and and the Winner of the 2016 Big Sky Comedy Festival . She was honored as the 2015 NBC […]