Angela Konrad is chair of the theatre program at Trinity Western University where her primary teaching areas are acting and directing. She has directed more than a dozen productions at TWU, including The Importance of Being Earnest, As It Is In Heaven, The Heiress, Two Rooms, The Miracle Worker, The Dining Room and Our Town. For Vancouver’s Pacific Theatre, Angela has directed Arlene Hutton’s Last Train to Nibroc, Marsha Norman’s Traveler in the Dark and Craig Wright’s darkly provocative work Grace. Angela won a Jessie Award from the Greater Vancouver Professional Theatre Association for her direction of Grace, which also won Outstanding Production and garnered nominations for all four actors. Her principal research interests are acting and mental health, the relationship between faith and art, and the role of criticism in teaching and performance.
You can view Angela's blog here: http://irresistibletheatre.blogspot.com