Driscoll, Charles

Portrait of Chuck Driscoll

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Professor - Arts

Professor of Theatre and Technical Director

Professor Carroll College, M.F.A. Theatre Design, University of Washington 1995, B.A. Speech/Theatre Washington State University, 1978.

Professor Chuck Driscoll is best described as a Theatre Generalist. He has worked in all forms of theatre, including educational, professional and community theatre. He has acted, directed, lit, designed, built and painted scenery for hundreds of productions. He has also designed and supervised the renovations of the Waterbarn Studios, The Old North Gym into the Carroll College Theatre, the layout of the Merton Acting Studio and the Arthur Vining Davis Dance Studio. His backstage work has included all of the performing arts from Rock Music to Grand Opera and Modern Dance to Ballet, but most of his focus is in Theatre. He is a former member of IATSE Local #15 in Seattle, and maintains an active membership in USITT- a professional organization for theatre technology.

Courses Taught: Stagecraft I & II, Scenic Painting, Intro to Stage Design, Scenic Design, Lighting Design, and Theatre History I & II.

M.F.A. Theatre Design, University of Washington 1995, B.A. Speech/Theatre Washington State University, 1978.