Degrees and Certifications:
B.A. Theatre Arts, University of the Incarnate Word M.A. Theatre, The University of Texas at Austin M.F.A. Theatre (Acting/Directing) U.T. Austin
Mr. Clark Stevens, M.F.A.
Clark Stevens has directed plays and served as an instructor of theatre at the University of Texas at Austin, Texas State University, University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio College and Texas A&M University at Prairie View. He is a professional member of the Voice and Speech Trainer’s Association and was recently published in a book with Cecily Berry (Applause Theatre Books). Stevens has appeared as a leading actor in professional repertory companies, regional theatres and summer Shakespeare Festivals in Michigan and Texas. Favorite stage roles include: Cymbeline (Cymbeline), Leontes (The Winter’s Tale), Argan (The Imaginary Invalid), Creon (Antigone), Edmund (King Lear), Launce (The Two Gentlemen of Verona), York (Richard II), Prospero (The Tempest), Marat (Marat/Sade) and Oscar Wilde (The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde). During the 2011 season of the Texas Shakespeare Festival he played the roles of Polonius (Hamlet) and Baptista (Taming of the Shrew). At the Texas Shakespeare Festival in 2010 he played the leading role of Noah in the musical Two by Two. Mr. Stevens has received multiple grants for research on actor training systems and has studied voice with Patsy Rodenburg (Royal Shakespeare Company), Kristen Linklater (Columbia University), Catherine Fitzmaurice, Arthur Lessac, Andrew Wade (Royal Shakespeare Company) and Peggy Loft (Juilliard School of Drama).
In the music industry, Mr. Stevens was employed by Grammy Award winning record producer--"Babyface" as a studio musician and studio manager at Sony records. Stevens has three successful CD's on I-tunes and his 2008 release hit number four on the soul chart in Japan. Stevens holds an M.F.A. in Acting/Directing from the University of Texas at Austin. His graduate thesis was approved by the world renowned scholar of theatre--Dr. Oscar G. Brockett. Mr. Stevens currently serves as an adjunct lecturer on the faculty of San Antonio College and is the Director of Theatre at Churchill.
1st period (8:45-9:35) Theatre Arts III/IV
2nd period (9:40-10:37) Conference
3rd period (10:40-11:30) Theatre Arts I
4th period (11:35-12:25) Lunch
5th period (12:30-1:20) Theatre Arts I
6th period (1:25-2:15) Theatre Arts I Advanced
7th period (2:20-3:10) Theatre Production I-IV
8th period (3:15-4:05) TheatreArts IV Varsity/Dual Credit