Donna Snow

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Master Teacher

Associate Professor of Theater
Head of the Undergraduate Acting Program
Senior Director for Undergraduate Advancement
Department of Theater
Division of Theater, Film & Media Arts
Center for the Arts
Temple University
Philadlephia, PA 19122
USA

dsnow@temple.edu

Donna Snow teaches voice, acting, text analysis, and audition technique at Temple University. Awarded the Distinguished Teaching Award by the School of Communications and Theater, Ms. Snow is also the recipient of the Christian R. & Mary F. Lindback Foundation Award for Distinguished Teaching by Temple University. She has taught at ACT, Circle-in-the-Square and The Public Theater / New York Shakespeare Festival. She has performed major roles Off-Broadway and regionally at such theaters as The Long Wharf, Arena Stage, Seattle Repertory, ACT, The Walnut Street Theater, St. Louis Repertory, Ford’s Theater, George Street Theater, The Folger, GeVa, Pittsburgh Public Theater, San Jose Repertory, Studio Arena, Stage West, and Syracuse Stage. For Temple Theaters, she coached and produced the annual Festival of One-Acts for twelve years and has directed Top Girls, The Time of Your Life, The Homecoming, The Elephant Man, The Illusion, Bloody Poetry, Translations, Uncle Vanya, Women Beware Women, and On the Verge. Senior Director for Undergraduate Advancement, she coaches students for graduate school auditions: over sixty of her students have been accepted into graduate acting programs and enrolled at Yale, NYU, UCSD-LaJolla, ACT, Brown, ART/Harvard, UCLA, Columbia, USC, CalArts and the University of Washington. Students she’s trained star in Grey’s Anatomy, The Mistresses, The Big Bang Theory, Downton Abbey and Rectify; appear on Broadway in Motown: The Musical, The Book of Mormon, Peter and the Starcatcher and, recently, in Ghost , Godspell, and War Horse. Currently serving as Co-Chair of the Presentation Outreach Committee of the Voice Foundation, Ms. Snow also serves on the accreditation evaluation teams of the National Association of Schools of Theater and of the University/Resident Theater Association. MFA American Conservatory Theater; BA University of Washington. 

MFA American Conservatory Theatre; BA University of Washington.

Languages: English