SCHOOLS OF THE STARS: Where Waiting for Godot/No Man's Land Cast and Creators Went to College
24 Nov 2013
Sir Ian McKellen
What does it take to write, create or star in a Broadway play? Let alone two? Hard work, talent, luck—all backed up by a good education. You have to supply the first three yourself, but PlaybillEDU™ can help you find the fourth.
Here is a rundown on where the principals of the Broadway dramas Waiting for Godot and No Man’s Land pursued their college studies.
Ian McKellen: St. Catharine's College, Cambridge Patrick Stewart: Bristol Old Vic Theatre School Billy Crudup: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and New York University's Tisch School of the Arts Shuler Hensley: University of Georgia, Manhattan School of Music and the Curtis Institute of Music
Sean Mathias (Direction): Bishop Vaughan Catholic School Paul Weimer (Assocaite Set Designer): University of Wisconsin-Madison Zachary Borovay (Projections): Berklee College of Music Andrew Britt (Assistant Director): East Carolina University
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