Office: Fine Arts - 230
Director of Production Programs
Acting and Directing
MA, 1974, University of Connecticut
Thomas Kremer's most recent achievements were directing Hamlet and A Midsummer Night's Dream. He teaches acting at all levels as well as Shakespeare for the Actor, and Directing. His class, Imagination Workshop, has produced a number of plays for children over the years, which have toured to area schools. His adaptation and direction of the Irish melodrama Arrah-Na-Pogue was one of seven plays from five hundred entries to be chosen by the American College Theatre Festival to be performed at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. As an actor, his work has been seen in many theatres and festivals throughout the country as well as at the Cider Mill Playhouse where he served as Artistic Director until 1995.