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Fred Curchack


Fred Curchack

Created over sixty original theatre pieces (forty ensemble works and twenty-one solos).

Performances have been featured at dozens of international theatre festivals. 

Received the Gold Medal at the International Festival of Solo Theatre.

American Theatre Wing Award.

Critics’ Awards in L.A., S.F., Dallas, and Austin.

Work has been in the "Top Ten" of The Dallas Morning News and The New York Times. 

Received funding from Creative Capital, the National Endowment for the Arts, Arts International, and The Henson Foundation.

Is a Guggenheim Fellow.

Received a drama degree from the High School of Performing Arts in N.Y.

Received a BA and MA in Theater from Queens College.

Studied Indian Kathakali, Japanese Noh, Balinese Topeng, choreography with Alwyn Nikolais, and trained with Grotowski’s Polish Theater Lab. 

Taught theatre at the United Nations International School, N.Y.; Sonoma State University, California.

Currently Professor of Art and Performance at The University of Texas at Dallas.

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Current Works

Recent works include: A Midsummer's Night Dream, Glimpsings, The Soldier's Tale, Lear's Shadow; Live Love Acts; Hamlet: Carnal, Bloody, & Unnatural Acts; A Surprise Party; Orpheus in Hollywood: a Myth Mash; The Comeback of Freddy Chickan; Abel & Cain: a Biblical Debacle; Heddy & Teddy: a Closet Drama; Art-O-Rama #3: The New World/The New Wing; What Fools These Mortals Be; Stuff as Dreams are Made On; 

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