Faculty, Interlochen Shakespeare Bootcamp Institute
Associate Professor of Theatre, Oakland University
M.F.A., University of Missouri - Kansas City; B.S., University of Michigan - Flint
Anthony has directed, fight directed, or performed in over 100 productions. He called New York City home for two years where he directed Rumors at Fordham University, played Macduff in Macbeth (Expanded Arts), Stanley Sheff on Guiding Light (CBS). Regional credits include numerous commercials, voice-overs, The Missouri Repertory Theatre, The Kennedy Center, Unicorn Theatre (Kansas City Drama Desk Award nomination for best supporting actor in The Judas Kiss), Heart of America Shakespeare Festival, Kentucky Shakespeare Festival, Meadow Brook Theatre, Flint Youth Theatre, and the Tony Award winning season at the Utah Shakespearean Festival. Recently, his direction of the musical Assassins received a merit award from The American College Theatre Festival (Region III). He is currently directing Romeo and Juliet for Full Impact Theater Company in Rochester, MI. His foci at Oakland University are Shakespeare, stage combat, auditioning, directing, and comic technique.