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Division Head, Department Chairs and Administrative Offices

Division of Theatre Arts, Production and Arts Administration (TAPAA)
556-5803    
       
Alan Yaffe, Interim Division Head
and Professor Emeritus of Arts Administration
556-5803 CC 4730
       
Patti Hall, Administrative Secretary
556-5803 CC 4740
       
Sharon Stith, Financial Administrator 556-9439 CC 4750
       
Robin Guarino, Opera Department Chair   556-9540 DVAC 323
       
Aubrey Berg, Musical Theatre Chair   556-9451 CC 4764
       
Richard Hess, Acting Department Chair  556-9575 CC 4770
       
Jiang Qi, Dance Department Chair
556-9454
CC 3723
       
Jean Hamilton, Director of Arts Administration
556-9522 CC 3812A
       
Michele Kay, Theatre Design & Production Chair   556-9440 CC 3700
       
Scene Shop   556-3709 CC 3480
       
Sound Design GA Office   556-9774 CC 1463

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Brant Russell

Title: Assistant Professor of Acting
Office: 3717 Corbett Cntr Perform Arts
Tel: 513-556-9407
Email: brant.russell@uc.edu

Since arriving in Cincinnati in 2013, Brant Russell has directed Macbeth, You’re Welcome, the workshop and subsequent full production of Very Dumb Kids, Romeo and Juliet, and Love and Information at CCM. Other CCM projects include Boeing-Boeing (a co-production with The Carnegie) and The Hunchback of Seville (a co-production with Know Theatre). He is the founding artistic director of the CCM Playwrights Conference, and the drama editor for The Cincinnati Review. For CCM Acting, he teaches Artist in Society, Script Analysis and History of Directing. He also produces the annual TRANSMIGRATION Festival of student-devised work. He directed the world-premiere production of Darkest Night at the Gnarly Stump at the Know, and his short plays have been performed here by the Cincinnati One-Minute Play Festival. He frequently collaborates with Queens Theatre in New York, where he has produced Park Plays and The World’s Fair Play Festival (New York Times Critic’s Pick), and directed The Miracle Worker - all three with many CCM alums. Russell has worked with many companies in his home town of Chicago, including Theater 7, Strawdog, Next, Steep, Side Project, A Red Orchid, Collaboraction, Victory Gardens, Writers’ Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theater and Steppenwolf.

Education

  • BA (Political Science), Kenyon College, Gambier, OH.
  • MFA (Stage Directing), Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.

Experience & Service

Work Experience

  • 2013 to Present, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music.