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Kevin InouyeAssistant Professor, Acting – Movement – Stage Combat
M.F.A. Virginia Commonwealth University
B.A. Earlham College
Kevin is a SAG-AFTRA actor and stunt performer, award-winning fight choreographer, and a Certified Teacher with the Society of American Fight Directors. Prior to coming to Wyoming he taught acting, movement, stage combat and other theatre topics at the College of William & Mary, Virginia Commonwealth University, Christopher Newport University, and at conferences, workshops, and theatres across North America. Professional work has included both independent and union screen work as well as live theatre, where he is an Associate Member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society. Recent screen work has included AMC’s first season of Turn and a (very) brief appearance in Spielberg’s Lincoln. Kevin holds an MFA in Theatre Pedagogy from Virginia Commonwealth University, specializing in movement and physical theatre, as well as a graduate certificate in Sustainable Change from Antioch University Seattle, a BA in Psychology from Earlham College, and Certified Teacher Candidate status with the National Michael Chekhov Association. Within the Society of American Fight Directors, he is one of 133 Certified Instructors, one of fewer than 20 Theatrical Firearms Instructors, and is the regional representative for the Rocky Mountain region, which includes Colorado, Utah, Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming. A published author, Kevin’s work is known through several journal articles, many conference presentations, and his first book, The Theatrical Firearms Handbook, came out in May 2014, with Focal Press. He is currently working on co-editing a book on Physical Dramaturgy with fellow member of the Association of Theatre Movement Educators, a group he has been active with since 2012. Previous homes have included Virginia, Colorado, and both Washingtons.